King George I pair case verge fusee pocket watch dated 1714 to 1727 No 167. This is a Super Rare King GEORGE I key wind Verge Fusee pair case English made. This watch is dated between 1714 to 1727. This watch is in very good working condition. Case: The outer cases has no Halmarks The inner case has Makers mark IG and two other partial halmarks which I can not identify. The cases are in beautiful condition with some very small dings and slight scratches. All hingers are good and the lids shut tight. The DIAL: The dial is white enamel with no hairlines or edge chips. The hands are steel and are in very good conditio and this watch sets and winds with no problems. Has a high dome crystal with no scratches. The Movement: The beautiful gold gilted Verge Fusee movement with King George I pure silver ciphers on the pillars is very rare and the movement is signed Andrea Dancke I think as I can not fully read the scroll letters. There has no gold loss to the gilt movement and the movement is in perfect working order The balance cock is large and the movement is clean. Winds and set very well. Watch size: Across outter case 56mm Across inner case 47mm With stem and bow 70mm. Extras: This watch comes with a key chain and key. All questions are welcome. You won`t be dissapointed this is a very beautiful item. We also offer lay-away plans. Create listings that get noticed! With Auctiva’s 1,800+ Templates. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “King George I pair case verge fusee pocket watch dated 1714 to 1727 No 162″ is in sale since Wednesday, October 11, 2017. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Watches, Parts & Accessories\Pocket Watches\Antique”. The seller is “crossroad881″ and is located in Kumamoto. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Brand: King George I
- Material: Silver
- Movement: Mechanical Key wind
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Year of Manufacture: Pre-1800
- Escapement Type: Verge