Very lovely and rare silver pocket watch manufactured by Seeland with Swiss patent 39064 registered in 1907 by Judith & Cie.
The pocket watch was a business gift for Roger Pley in 1912.
Oddly, the pocket watch's dial is signed Omega, but it is not. It might have been that, 110 years ago, when the pocket watch was manufactured, someone wanted to show off to have an Omega.
The movement was in fact manufactured by Seeland, a prestigious and high-quality brand founded by Frederic Seeland, the IWC's US manager, who left the mentioned company in 1879. In 1896, it was registered as SWC. In 1907 it became JUDITH & CO. and in 1913 it returned to SEELAND WATCH CO.
With some dint due to use.
In order to wind up, the crown must be pushed downwards.
In working order.
⦁ Diameter measuring 51.00 mm (excluding crown) and 64.00 mm (including crown)
Thickness: 14.50 mm/Weight: 86.06 g.
The photos are part of the description.
- Cal. 19 Silver Half Hunter
- Materiaal kast
- Verzekerde verzending.
- Gedragen & in zeer goede staat