With the case crafted from solid 18ct Gold, it features a white porcelain dial with black roman numerals. The 3/4 plate movement is in perfect working order, engraved'Dent', Watchmaker to the queen, 33 Cockspur Street London and numbered 15400. The time is set via a push pin and by using the top winder.The removable back cover is fully hallmarked London, 18ct, date letter S for 1873, case makers mark LP JP. This is also numbered 15400. The watch measures 4.8cm in width by approx 1.3cm in thickness. Front glass is in perfect condition.
The case does have some light scuffs and a few very light dings. There is also a hairline fracture to the dial from the 1 position to the centre as shown in the last 2 pictures. Age should also be taken into consideration with these types of watches and the condition mentioned above is perfectly suitable for a watch of this age. This watch has been fully tested over a few days and it is keeping very good time, on a full wind it is lasting just over 24hrs.This watch comes with an Antique watch display box. Total weight of watch is 90.7 grams. This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Watches, Parts & Accessories\Watches\Pocket Watches". The seller is "auctiongabble" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Brunei Darussalam, Gibraltar, Iceland, Oman, Kuwait, Philippines, Qatar.