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Auctioneers Dr. Crott 90th Auction

295 294 293 Invicta, La Chaux de Fonds, Case No. 176425, 55 mm, 110 g, circa 1900 A fine, rare minute repeating hunting case pocket watch “1ère Qualité” Case: 18k rose gold, polished, à goutte, signed gold dome, slide for repeating mechanism. Dial: enamel, radial Roman hours, auxiliary seconds, gold spade hands. Movm.: bridge movement, frosted, gilt, screwed chatons, wolfteeth winding wheels, 2 hammers / 2 gongs, screw compensation balance. Invicta, La Chaux de Fonds — 精緻,罕見的三問獵式懷錶”1ère Qualité” 39170 C: 2, 10 D: 2 M: 2, 41, 51 3.200 - 4.500 EUR 4.000 - 5.700 USD 32.000 - 45.000 HKD Ch.H. Meylan à Brassus, Movement No. 33503, Case No. 3485, 51 mm, 115 g, circa 1900 A rare hunting case pocket watch Case: 14k pink gold, tiered, polished, à goutte, gold dome. Dial: enamel, radial Arabic numerals, auxiliary seconds, Louis XV hands. Movm.: 3/4 plate movement, frosted, gilt, screwed chatons, gold screw compensation balance, cam type fine adjusting device, counterpoised lever. Ch.H. Meylan à Brassus — 罕見的獵式懷錶 39075 C: 2, 7, 10 D: 3, 32 M: 2, 8, 41, 51 1.600 - 2.500 EUR 2.000 - 3.200 USD 16.000 - 25.000 HKD A collection of 3 gentleman’s pocket watches Victor Kullberg, 105 Liverpool Road, London, Movement No. 2730, 50 mm, 127 g, circa 1874 A fine chronometer with 30h power reserve indicator Case: 18k gold, tiered, polished, engraved monogram, gold dome, case maker’s punch mark “JM”. Dial: enamel, radial Roman hours, auxiliary seconds at “9”, 30h power reserve indicator at”3”, signed and numbered, blued spade hands. Movm.: 1/2 plate movement, frosted, gilt, signed, screwed chatons, chain/fusee, engraved honour cyphers, optionally keywind or crownwind, English lever escapement, heavy gold screw chronometer balance, large chatoned diamond endstone on balance. Victor Kullberg Victor Kullberg was born at Visby on the island of Gothland, Sweden in 1824 and was apprenticed to a chronometer maker in 1840. On the completion of his training he was employed by Louis Urban Juergensen in Copenhagen, but was attracted to Britain at the time of the 1851 Exhibition. In Britain he remained as a maker of marine and pocket chronometers to which he brought several innovations. From 1860 onwards, thanks to the high quality of his machines and the efficiency of his new forms of auxiliary compensation, he consistently scored ratings in chronometrical competitions throughout the world and was awarded numerous gold and silver medals. With an interna- tional trade and reputation he was appointed chronometer maker to the Swedish and Norwegian navies in 1874 and, about a machine entered for the Greenwich trials of 1882, the Astronomer Royal reported that it was ‘the finest chronometer they had ever had on trial’. Although unmarried, Kullberg had two sons. On their father’s death, 7 July 1890, they jointly inherited the business with his nephew Peter John Wennerstrom. After the death of the nephews, Wennerstrom and his son bought out the other interests in the business. Subsequently it was continued by Sanfrid Lindquist and survived until the 2nk Wold War during which its premises were destroyed. Source: Paul M. Chamberlain “It’s about Time”, New York 1941, pp. 435. 一套3只男仕懷錶 Victor Kullberg,105 Liverpool Road 倫敦 英國 — 精緻的觀測時計, 附30小時動力儲存顯示 39010 C: 2 D: 2, 31 M: 2, 41, 51 2.700 - 4.000 EUR 3.400 - 5.000 USD 27.000 - 40.000 HKD

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