Very rare silver pocket watch Pavel Bure with a patch of silver state emblem of the Russian Empire
Very rare silver pocket watch Pavel Bure with a patch of silver state emblem of the Russian Empire. A gift from the Cabinet of His Imperial Majesty .Trading house "Pavel Bure". Room 52152. Release year 1900 hours. Switzerland. Silver,blue enamel. The watch was presented to Nicholas II-Russian Emperor, noncommissioned officer of the Russian army Peter Thurman for journey of Nicholas II in St. Petersburg-Warsaw railway on 26 June 1900. On the top cover of hours a patch emblem of the Russian Empire with blue enamel. Inscriptions: on front cover:*Vsemilostivogo granted. Higher fares on the St. Petersburg-Warsaw railway.d.26 Jun 1900 noncommissioned officer Peter Thurman. On the inside of the lid closing mechanism : Pavel Bure supplier to the court of His Majesty. The watch case is silver-84(0.875). Watch weight: 121,5 gr. Diameter: 52 mm. Watch is in excellent working condition. A slight defect on the dial.
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