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J. Assmann
 
Lot No. 10 (104th Auction)
A fine Glashuette pocket watch, formerly the property of Richard Nagel, steward of a large estate in East Prussia
Estimate  1,700 - 2,400 €
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Product Details
CASE
14k gold, engraved monogram "RN" (Richard Nagel) on the inner of the back lid.
very good.
DIAL
Enamel.
very good.
MOVEMENT
3/4 plate movement, gold screw compensation balance.
very good, capable of running, cleaning recommended.
MOVM. NO.
21055
CASE NO.
21055
DIMENSIONS
51 mm
CIRCA
1913
WEIGHT
98 g
ORIGIN
German
Product Description

Richard Nagel (1863-1913) had studied farming and was the steward of a large estate in Chelchen near Duneyken in the county of Treuburg in East Prussia. He married the daughter of the estate owner Friedrich Wilhelm Seydel, who was a well-known figure in East Prussia; Seydel devoted himself to communal issues and eventually became a member of the council in Berlin.

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