Solid Silver Fusee Pocket Watch

Solid Silver Fusee Pocket Watch in good working order with no reserve
Movement is a chain driven Fusee watch in excellent order circa 1890.
Case is hallmarked Chester 1890 along with case makers mark of J.H believed to be Jesse Hallam based in Coventry late 19th Century. There is a dent in the side of the rear cover which has distorted the cover slightly, but does snap shut and is secure. The bezel is in good order, again a small dent, nothing serious. Some wear to the rear cover, also with some scratches present commensurate with age. All cover snap shut, and are secure. Low case number of 856. Poorly incribed name on the inside of the rear cover, hard to make out. Also present repairers marks over the 120 plus years. Press top button, rear cover opens to reveal winding aperture.
Crystal is clear, of glass, does have some light scratches present with wear and tear.
Dial is white in colour with Roman numerals with a sunken sub second dial. There are hairline cracks present at the 12 & 6 o'clock areas barely noticeable. All hands are present, with the hour & minute hands gold coloured, in good order. second hand is blue steel in colour, and is also in good order.
Movement is an unnamed gilded Fusee in full working order, and keeping excellent time, +/- 1 minute a day or better. Runs the full length of
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