Lot 4182. Pocket watch: important and technically highly interesting English Paircase Pocket chronometer, Barraud's London no. 626

Starting price:€ 10 000
Auction date:09.09.2017   18:30 UTC +02:00
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Lot 4182 | Pocket watch: important and technically highly interesting English Paircase Pocket chronometer, Barraud's London no. 626
Approx. 58mm, . 160g, 18K rose gold, double case with matching London Hallmarks, case makers hallmark MRM (Martin Matthews), technically highly interesting English chronometer movement with a special structure, which both the design characteristics of Earnshaw as well as Arnold, Earnshaw chronometer escapement, cylindrical hairspring, Diamond endstone, Z-balance, according to Arnold, circuit Board, signed and numbered, signed and numbered, very well-preserved enamel dial, gold hands, excellent state of preservation, significant and for chronometer collectors technically extremely interesting collectible watch. Paul Philipp Barraud (*1750; †1820) was a very well-known English watchmaker, who, in Cornhill in the City of London, Chronometer. In 1796 he became a member of the Clockmakers Company and 1810/1811 master was. He made first Chronometer by Thomas Mudge , but then switched to the more successful designs of John Arnold and Thomas Earnshaw.

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