Exceptional Collectable Watches

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Elgin 16-size, grade 156, 21 jewel pocket watch. Private label for C.D. Peacock of Chicago. Serial number 10249350. Superb movement, dial and hands. Housed in a solid 14K B. W. C. Co case with a gold weight of 32.5 grams. Running nicely but not recently serviced.


Stunning John Johnson English pocket watch circa 1840. A rather ordinary 7 jewel movement. Housed in a solid 18K gold case (likely made in America) and fronted by a beautiful 4 color gold dial. Case weight is approximately 43 grams. The watch does run, but unknown when last serviced.


Waltham model 1872 American Watch Co grade movement. Serial number 999,987. Marked "Woerd's Pat. Compensating Balance". This movement is from a special run spanning serial numbers 999,901 to 1,000,000. Many known examples have Woerd's patented 'sawtooth' balance wheel. Before sale, however, several of these were returned to the factory and the 'sawtooth' balance was replaced with a high grade bi-metallic balance. The balance with this movement has the correct serial number and appears to be one of these factory replacements. Unfortunately, this example is missing the unique gold capped balance cock. It appears to be otherwise complete execpt for the hour wheel, which is also missing.