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|Scope of delivery:||No original box, no original papers|
|Availability:||Ready to ship in 3-5 days|
|Expected delivery:||Sep 6, 2019 - Sep 14, 2019|
|Condition||Very good (Worn with little to no signs of wear)|
|Scope of delivery||No original box, no original papers|
|Location||United States of America, California, West Hollywood|
|Number of jewels||21|
|Case diameter||52 mm|
|Blue Steel Hands|
Vintage Keystone Howard railroad grade 16 Size pocket watch with beautiful condition YGF case and pristine white enamel Montgomery dial circa 1912. Featuring a 52mm diameter original YGF Keystone signed case free of any personalized engraving. With beautiful condition white enamel double sunk Montgomery dial with bold black enamel figures and red outer 5 minute indexes. Dial is free of hairlines or cracks. With oversize blued steel spade hands and oversize sub seconds bit.
Powered by high grade stem wind and lever set series 10, 21 jewel movement adjusted for 5 positions movement# 1.1 million circa 1912. The movement is in beautiful condition with decorated and bright finished plates has been recently serviced and is offered with our 1 year warrantee of accurate time keeping and operation. A great looking, super condition, vintage fine Railroad grade American made time piece.
Explanation of lever set: For those of you unfamiliar with Railroad grade pocket watches, stem wind, lever set refers to the safety mechanism of a small steel lever, exposed by unscrewing the bezel, which allows the movement to be set. Stem wound, as most watches, the lever set feature, prevents unintentional changing of the time, as could occur if the stem were to pull out, or loosen while being carried. This is a safety feature of all railroad grade watches.
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