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This is an English silver pair cased verge with hallmarks for Birmingham 1839
The movement has a good balance and chain and will run the full length of its chain
Movement – this gilt full plate verge movement has cylindrical pillars and a pierced watch cock. The movement is signed “Evans, Welshpool 6199”. The movement is in 90% mint condition – some scratches on the plate pins
Inner case – the movement comes in an English silver inner case, which has a bezel. The movement is wound from the back, set from the front and accessed from the front also. The case has a smooth plain finish with the usual groove from the outer and some light bruise son the back. The case is in 90% mint condition – good condition
Case – the original and matching outer case has a smooth plain finish. The case in 50% mint condition – a large split and damage on the back and evidence of solder repair inside.
Dial – the off white enamel dial has a pair of gilt hands and is in 95% mint condition – a small hairline on the edge of the 3
The watch has a mineral glass
The watch is key wound / key set and comes with old period keys
The watch measures 58mm x 24mm