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Joseph Johnson Antique 18K Gold Open Face Pocket Watch

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Joseph Johnson Antique 18K Gold Open Face Pocket Watch
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Description
Ca. first quarter 20thC. Fine original cosmetic condition with original hands, no crystal. Beautifully machined dial with applied markers. Movement retains the rare and usually missing outer protective cover. Case marked and tested 18K yellow gold. 99 Grams total. Case diameter measures approx. 50mm. SIGNED JOS. JOHNSON, 25 CHURCH ST., LIVERPOOL, NO. 12362. Case and movement numbers match.Joseph Johnson of Liverpool, England, was a highly respected and successful British master clock, watch and chronometer maker. He was a nonconformist working in Liverpool from 1795 to about 1827, with a workshop at 25 Church Street. His watches are of highest quality, the movements often fully jeweled and cases in precious metal. Joseph Johnson's watches were often used on U.S. railroads, prior to the establishment of the U.S. watch industry.
Condition
excellent-only missing crystal
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Joseph Johnson Antique 18K Gold Open Face Pocket Watch

Estimate $1,500 - $2,000
Oct 09, 2022
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Starting Price $100
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0042: Joseph Johnson Antique 18K Gold Open Face Pocket Watch
Sold for $1,00022 Bids
Est. $1,500 - $2,000Starting Price $100
Ararity Auctions Fine Jewelry and Timepieces
Oct 09, 2022 6:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0042 Details
Description
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Ca. first quarter 20thC. Fine original cosmetic condition with original hands, no crystal. Beautifully machined dial with applied markers. Movement retains the rare and usually missing outer protective cover. Case marked and tested 18K yellow gold. 99 Grams total. Case diameter measures approx. 50mm. SIGNED JOS. JOHNSON, 25 CHURCH ST., LIVERPOOL, NO. 12362. Case and movement numbers match.Joseph Johnson of Liverpool, England, was a highly respected and successful British master clock, watch and chronometer maker. He was a nonconformist working in Liverpool from 1795 to about 1827, with a workshop at 25 Church Street. His watches are of highest quality, the movements often fully jeweled and cases in precious metal. Joseph Johnson's watches were often used on U.S. railroads, prior to the establishment of the U.S. watch industry.
Condition
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excellent-only missing crystal
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