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Watch with DOYA signature.
Gold brass outdoor pocket watch made in Switzerland with “DOYA” signature, machinery A Paris 8 days, with gilt brass cover for carriage davit.
Silver pocket watch made in Switzerland with “ARGENTA” signature
Silver Swiss pocket watch with “ARGENTA” signature, with brown pigskin cover for carriage dashboard.
Silver pocket watch “ ACME LEVER, H SAMUEL, MANCHESTER”.
Silver pocket watch “ ACME LEVER, H SAMUEL, MANCHESTER”. Silver pocket watch “ ACME LEVER, H SAMUEL, MANCHESTER” with black cover with “ DORANTES” signatura for carriage dashboard. The watch works and contains a key to wind it. This particular watch has a fully signed Swiss winding movement that works very well. Movement is protected by a tight-fitting inner cover. The watch itself measures 50mm in diameter, excluding the stem. The case is silver and there are Swiss stamps on the inside of the back cover showing “HS” manufacturer, “n” manufactured in 1868, while the outside is punched and chiseled. In general the outer box is in good condition. The watch glass is in good condition. The signed dial is in good condition. In 1862, when Harriet Samuel took over her father-in-law’s watchmaking business in Liverpool, she renamed the business H Samuel and moved it to Manchester’s Market Street, where she ran the business as a mail order business. Later, Harriet’s son concentrated on the retail sector of the business and the first H Samuel retail store opened in Preston in 1890, closely followed by branches in Rochdale and throughout Lancashire. Since then the company has grown across the country with branches on many British High Streets today.
Silver dashboard clock with case
Watch for carriage dashboard. Silver pocket watch with brown pigskin cover for carriage dashboard.
Chronometer of the signature “ALPINA”.
Silver pocket chronometer with ALPINA signature with brown pigskin cover for carriage dashboard. ALPINA: It all started in 1883 with the founding of the “Swiss Watchmakers Corporation” whose objective was to reduce the price of watch components by regrouping purchases. The concept was quickly successful and the Association began to produce its own calibers. At that time it had the representation of several countries such as Germany, Eastern countries and Northern Europe. In 1901, the Corporation adopted the name “Union horlogère” and registered the “Alpina” trademark, which would appear exclusively on the dial of superior quality watches. A jump in time takes us to 1938, the year Alpina presented the Alpina 4 model which, as its name suggests, has four important qualities: anti-magnetism, water resistance, Incabloc shockproof system and stainless steel case. It also incorporates one of the most robust calibers of its generation, the Alpina Manufacture Caliber 592 with manual winding, which will continue to be used for many years to come.