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Stock Number: PWAL007 - Silver Cased Coventry English Lever Pocket Watch - £325. 
 

English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.  
 
Case Diameter - 55mm, Depth - 21mm. 
 
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English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
English silver cased pocket watch 'The Coventry English Lever' signed by W.E.Watts of Nottingham. Key wind and time change with white enamel dial and black Roman hours with gilt spear and shaft hands and subsidiary seconds dial. Behind the dial the movement is signed for the maker - William Ehrhardt. The back plate signed for W.E.Watts and numbered #145686 with split bi-metallic balance and jewelled lever, the silver case hallmarked for Birmingham circa 1902.
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