A group of five pocket watches, comprising a Victorian silve...
A group of five pocket watches, comprising a Victorian silver lady's key wind open faced pocket watch with foliate engraved case and silvered dial, with golden garland to the outer ring, case marked 45229, Henry Harris & Co, Birmingham 1898, 1.53toz, 41mm across, a further Victorian silver key wind open faced pocket watch, Waltham Watch Company, serial 2376360, model 1873, circa 1884, case marked 138, AB for Alfred Bedford, Birmingham 1884, 2.17toz, 42mm across, an Edwardian silver plated half hunter key wind pocket watch, with Roman blue enamel outer numerals and subsidiary second dial, case number 30214, 48mm across, a likely American silver plated keyless wind open faced pocket watch, with subsidiary seconds dial, case number 32058, and a WWII British military General Service Trade Pattern keyless wind open faced pocket watch, probably by Record, black dial with white contrast subsidiary seconds dial, luminous hands and markings, 15 jewels movement, cal 433, caseback engraved with broad arrow mark 'G.S.T.P.' and 'L.5557', snap back, together with five watch keys, sizes 4, 4, 7, 8 and two large unnumbered. (11)
Notes: only the military pocket watch is in working condition, winds, hands set well and keeps time across 1hr test, the others either only tick for a short time or not at all.