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From the solid heft of the pocket watch, to seeing the amazing movement inside and knowing that it is all over 100 years ago all go to making it so much more special than the modern pocket watches coming on the market today with silver plated cases and quartz movements.
And here we have a truly stunning antique Waltham pocket watch that was made over 125 years ago and still runs perfect.
Made in 1887, this Waltham pocket watch has so much going for it. The case is made from sterling silver and is a full hunter case meaning that it has the protective cover on the front and being made from solid sterling silver has a fantastic heft to it and the size of this pocket watch looks and feels so good in the palm of your hand as it measures 50mm across.
Making this antique Waltham pocket watch even more special is that it has a chronograph stopwatch on it which is started and stopped by pressing the square button between 4 and 5 o'clock.
This is also a crown wind lever set pocket watch which means that to wind the clock you simply turn the crown and setting is very easy as well by pulling out the small lever near the 4 o'clock and then turn the crown to the time.
The white enamel dial is all original and still in fantastic condition and has the outer markers for the chronograph in 25 beats per 5 second intervals.
To get a chronograph pocket watch made after 1900 to hold and admire is great, but when you consider that this was made over 125 years ago is fantastic and when you see the quality of the movement it is truly astonishing.
The fully jewelled movement is amazing to admire and has just been completely serviced, runs great and comes with our 1 year warranty.
From all angles this antique Waltham chronograph pocket watch is amazing and one that would make either a perfect gift for someone or to add to a collection of genuine antique pocket watches.
Made in a solid 18ct yellow gold case, the case measures a great 51mm across and the entire weight is a hefty 120.9 grams.
Not only is this a great full hunter pocket watch, it is also a chronograph making the dial look so wonderful and the movement inside just spectacular to admire.
The movement has been fully serviced and runs great and considering that this Waltham pocket watch was made in 1886, it is a real testament to the pocket watch makers of yesteryear.
The dial has the smallest of hairline cracks in it that are very hard to distinguish, however considering the age of this pocket watch, the functions and complicated movement, it is still very easy to fall in love with this Waltham pocket watch.
A great solid masculine antique pocket watch that really stands out.
This antique pocket watch was made by the American company, Waltham in 1890, and is called the "Lady Waltham".
Half hunter pocket watches are so called, as they are able to display the time while the front cover is closed, thanks to the two different styles of hands to easily work out the hour and minutes.
Surrounded with Roman numerals in enamel, these pocket watch cases are always popular.
The case is a 14ct gold filled case that is in wonderful condition, as are the hinges and springs.
Measuring 42mm across in size, this is actually quite a large sized pocket watch, and has a nice solid weight and feel about it.
Inside is a 16 jewelled crown wind and set movement that has been fully serviced and runs great, even after over 120 years after being made.
This is a great antique half hunter pocket watch made by Waltham that looks and feels superb and has all the charm of yesteryear.
Made by the Waltham company in 1896, the movement has been serviced and runs great. With the white enamel dial in perfect condition, it displays the traditional Roman numerals with sub-seconds.
Both sides of the case is wonderful to admire, and the case measures 39mm across and feels perfect to hold in the hand.
Overall, a great antique pocket watch.
Made in 1917, the 14ct gold case has the most wonderful design on both sides, and is in exceptional condition. From the case itself to the hinge that still has a great spring to it, this is one pocket watch that just has the right feel to it when you hold it in your hand.
The white enamel dial not only has Arabic numerals, but also 5 minute markers on the outer edge, and the traditional sub-seconds at the 6 o'clock pocition.
Fitted with a 17 jewelled movement that runs perfect, this is a great vintage pocket watch that is perfect from start to finish.
Retailed by W Kerr in Sydney, this pocket watch is made by Waltham in 1908, and is fitted with a 15 jewelled Waltham movement that keeps perfect time, it has a Breguet over-coil hair spring and micro-regulator.
The dial is all original and in great condition and displays the traditional Roman numerals and sub-seconds.
The hinges are all perfect and this would be good to add to a collection or as a great gift for someone.
Stock # M928
This particular pocket watch was made by Waltham in 1925 and has a very high grade 19 jewelled adjusted movement that has a gold center wheel and a entirely gold train, as well as gold jewel settings. This movement is just superb.
Fitted in a solid gold full hunter pocket watch with engine turning design, this case is in superb condition and feels like new.
Measuring 47mm across, this pocket watch sits so nicely in the palm of your hand and is what a solid gold gents pocket watch is all about.
Stock # M961
In a very solid 9ct gold engine turned case that itself is in fantastic condition, it opens to reveal a pristine white enamel dial.
The real piÃ¨ce de résistance however, is its movement.
This is one of the highest grade movements that Waltham ever produced.
It is a very nice 17 jewelled movement, adjusted to 5 positions and is made with a gold centre wheel as well as having gold jewel settings. The balance wheel itself has gold balance screws. A real find indeed!
Overall, this is a brilliant pocket from start to finish. The case and hinges are perfect, the dial is spotless, and of course the movement is a treasure to admire.
Made by Waltham
This is such a perfect pocket watch for a man.
Made by Waltham in 1918, it is made in a rolled gold case that is perfectly plain on both sides.
The dial is all original, with no cracks, and displays lovely Roman numerals.
The movement is a very nice 15 jewelled movement with a Breguet hairspring and micro-regulator. As with all of our watches it has been fully serviced.
A lovely example of a gents pocket watch.
This gentlemans pocket watch by Waltham is just superb.
Made in a solid 9ct gold and dating from 1908, the engine turned case is in pristine condition with neither the front engraving plate nor the back inside cover ever having been engraved with an inscription or initials.
The enamel dial itself is flawless with not one hairline crack or mark, and showing Roman numerals it is really beautiful.
The jewelled movement has been fully serviced and like all of our timepieces comes with a warranty.
Quite simply a beautiful watch to hold and admire.
Made in 1896.
What a wonderful antique pocket watch!
Made in solid 18ct yellow gold, this gents size full hunter pocket watch was made by the Waltham watch company in 1896.
The case is especially lovely in that it is perfectly plain, with no engraving or engine turning at all. The dial is in the tradition style of having Roman numerals and sub-seconds.
The inside dust cover has wonderful hand engraving saying: "Cecil Hope Cohen from his dear father on attaining 13 years of age. July 5th 1901"
* Cecil Hope Cohen was born on the 5th July, 1888 and served in World War I where he was injured, and later died at the British Army Hospital, London November 18th 1918. *
The movement, which has been overhauled and fully serviced is a 13 jewelled movement with a Breguet over-coil hairspring, and keeps perfect time.
A truly wonderful pocket watch in 18ct gold.