English Sir John Bennett, one of the most advanced in British horology. This fine and well running pin set, stem wind pocket watch watch is Sterling silver and measures 50mm diameter excluding the wind stem. There are hallmarks inside the two case backs for London 1910 together with a maker's mark for Coventry watch case maker Thomas Arnott. The case is in fine condition. The white dial has black Roman numbers and black spade hands. There is a seconds dial at the number six position and an outer minute track. The sparkling movement is signed by the maker Sir John Bennett, 105 Regent Street. London and also written on the movement MAKERS TO THE LATE QUEEN VICTORIA.
The watch comes in a lovely Sir John Bennett presentation box. Case catch does not quite snap but it is over 100 years old. You will truly enjoy wearing this fine piece or as an addition to your collection.
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