TENNIS INTEREST - an early 20th century Russian 14ct gold op...





TENNIS INTEREST - an early 20th century Russian 14ct gold open-face keyless-wind pocket watch, by Henry Moser & Cie, with inscription inside caseback "St Petersburg Sportsman's Club Gentlemen's Open Singles, Championship of Russia Second Prize July 1912", white enamel dial with hand painted Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and 14ct dust cover, case no. 47524, case width 51mm, working order, 85.6g gross

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Movement - currently working
Dial - 1 faint hairline crack between centre column and subsidiary seconds column, otherwise very good
Glass - very light surface marks
Hands - slightly tarnished
Case - general surface marks and abrasions all over with engraved unicorn emblem on caseback
Crown - hands adjust smoothly

Auction Date: 17th Nov 2021 at 10am

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