Dating omega pocket watch

28 Nov

The watch has an 800 silver case with rose gold wash detail around the bezel and around the hinged case back.The bezel has some unevenness next to number 9 and a couple of slight indentations to the case back, but overall it is very acceptable for a 1920s piece.Credit / debit card purchases can be made over the telephone on 01386 750238 or you can proceed via the grey 'Click to buy with Paypal' button on each listing page.Non-UK buyers are welcome but payment can be made by Paypal only.

A three piece nickel case with screw down front and back. SOLD Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 Click here to view detailed image 4 A Swiss silver pocket watch. A bi-colour case, with various floral designs the the front and back. An excellent quality mechanism by Robert Webster of Cornhill, London. A good quality 18K gold case with London hallmarks for 1919. £ 1350 (US$ 1796) (Euro 1525) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 Click here to view detailed image 3 A 9K gold pocket watch dating to 1921. A black dial with gilt 'pencil' markers and sword hands. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. An enamel dial with fine Roman numerals, indicated by finely pierced hands. A white enamel dial with Roman numerals a subsidiary dial to 6 o'clock. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and a subsidary seconds dial, signed 'The Express English Lever'. A very well decorated case, with detailing to the front, back and sides resembling small curled ferns. £ 325 (US $ 432) (Euro 369) Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 A Silver cased pocket watch by J G Graves, Sheffield. The watch has a stem-winding movement which is ticking away nicely and the time keeping is good to within around two minutes over 24 hours.The movement is signed Omega and it has the serial number 6,013,239 which dates it back to around 1923/24.Signed by makers 'Boget & Olivet, Geneve' to inner case. An enamel dial with Ottoman numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial. A slim silver case with the Zenith stamp to the case back inner. The mechanism cover bears the various medals from the Grand Prix Paris 1900. An enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds. SOLD Click here to view detailed image 1 Click here to view detailed image 2 A gold plated waltham pocket watch. A gilt dial with geometric shapes paving the dial and raises gilt Arabic numerals. The movement is protected by an inner hinged cover with the Omega name and images of medals won.The watch measures 50mm diameter excluding the winding stem and crown.