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Lot No. 550
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Lot No. 550
101st
Estimate  6,500 - 8,000 €
Price Realised  9,700 €
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A. Lange & Söhne Glashütte B/Dresden

, Movement No. 40135, Case No. 40135, 54 mm, 120 g, circa 1896

A gold Glashuette hunting case pocket watch - manufactured in quality 1A - sold on 1896/12/05 to company Ernst Kutter in Stuttgart for 422 Marks - with original box and Lange extract from the archives


Case: 18k pink gold, monogrammed. Dial: enamel, signed Ernst Kutter, Stuttgart. Movm.: 3/4 plate movement, gold screw compensation balance.

Ernst Kutter , born in 1824 in Sulz on the Neckar, was a versatile watch- and clockmaker who among others trained with Matthias Hipp in Reutlingen. He did not only produce pocket watches but also precision pendulum clocks which were used for example in the observatories at Neuenburg, Vienna and Geneva. Friedtjof Nansen used a marine chronometer made by Kutter during one of his polar expeditions. In 1904 Kutter transferred his business to two of his employees; he died in 1905. The shop in Stuttgart founded by his father-in-law founded in 1825 still exists today.
#50431
Case: very good
Dial: very good
Movm.: very good, capable of running

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