1802 SILVER PAIR CASED VERGE FUSEE POCKET WATCH THO PEGDEN WINGHAM WORKING G8

1802 SILVER PAIR CASED VERGE FUSEE POCKET WATCH THO PEGDEN WINGHAM WORKING G8

Description :
Antique Circa 1802 silver pair cased Verge fusee pocket watch in working order. The dial is white enamel with black Roman numerals and gold coloured hands. The movement is a chain driven Verge fusee in working order with a good strong tick running the full length of its chain and marked Tho Pegden, Wingham with the number 10185. The back covers on both the watch and its pair case are marked the same with London silver hallmarks for 1802 and the makers mark IM. It is key wind and set. The dial and bull’s eye glass are clean and clear and free from any chips or cracks apart from a hairline to the right side of the dial and a few scratches to the centre. The dial glass is a little scratched. The case is clean and bright and has worn as to its age with all the covers closing nice and tight, the pair case has a few dings to its back and it’s missing is button to the side please see photos Otherwise in good condition. The watch measures 45mm excluding crown and its pair case 52mm. Check out my Other Items Be sure to add me to your Favourites List As with all vintage watches, no claims are made regarding accuracy of time keeping. Vintage watches may need servicing, even if they are in good running condition, and unless otherwise stated
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