Pair cased Silver English Fusee Verge P/W George Howard Birmingham 1790
You’re bidding on a silver pair cased fusee gentleman's pocket watch with a keywind verge movement, made in England in 1790. This pocket watch has just been cleaned by watchmaker.
Dial: The white enamel dial has black Roman numerals with outer minute divisions and nice beetle hour hands. The winding hole is at the back. The pocket watch is protected by a bulls eyes farmers glass in good condition.
Movement: The original English verge fusee movement has round pillars, a silver disc regulator and a nice engraved, pierced balance cock. The movement is signed: "George Howard, London, 1106". The watch is key wound and set at the back and comes with an old watch key. The movement is in great working condition, however we cannot guarantee accuracy for an antique pocket watch.
Case: The pocket watch is lying in a silver case, hallmarked for Birmingham 1790. The case is in good condition with all hinges closing firmly. The inner side of the inner case is marked: HH. The pair case has a smooth finish. Inside of the outer case are the original watchmakers service paper.
Signed: 'George Howard, London' - Diameter: 51mm
Made in England - Circa: 1790