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Type Online-Only Auction
Price Realized 325.00 USD
Date Sold 1/28/2016


Lot # 57
Estimate 100.00 - 200.00 USD
Group - Category Jewelry & Watches
Lead New England Watch Co, Dan Patch chronograph
Description
16S, GP OF original case with crisp image of the famous racehorse on back with his winning time "1:55," SW-SS, WED with outer chapter divided in fifths of seconds, lever escapement, 7J, barred pattern NI damascene, s#17110. Considered a one-star watch, here in great condition. Condition: Mvt: GRO, near mint mvt condition overall; good chronograph functions, the sweep needing only to be set dead-on 12; dial has hl fracture from 10 to 11; excellent hands, the blued sweep with some white paint which could be removed; excellent case shows hardly any wear, few MFS, a slight impression below the portrait that does not appear on the interior, no other dents or dings, crisp detail; tight bow, crown shows little wear; glass crystal scratched.
Name "Watches, Jewelry & Writing Instruments"
Auctioneer Jones and Horan Auction Team
Type Online-Only Auction
Date(s) 1/21/2016 - 1/28/2016
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Goffstown, NH 03045
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