Lot Details & Additional Photographs
The first circa 1927, stem wind and set, nineteen jewels, movement #B407990, case bezel with black enamel Arabic hour indexes, the signed white dial with outer minutes register and five minute markers, with seconds window aperture at the 6:00 hour and with spade and whip hands, housed in a 14KT white gold filled hinged Ball Model Keystone case stamped 7120513 (1.75 in. diameter; 12s); the second circa 1925, stem wind and lever set, 21 jewels, movement #B619400, the white dial signed "Trademark / Official RR Standard / Ball Watch Co Cleveland,' with black Arabic hour markers, outer minutes register, with sunken subsidiary dial at the 6:00 hour and with blued steel hands, housed in a 14KT white gold filled screw back Ball Model Wadsworth case with line engraving and numbered 7229426 (Case 2 in. diameter; 16s). Private Collection of a Gentleman, Virginia and North Carolina
Both good estate condition; running at time of examination. Please See Terms and Conditions of Sale: Clocks and Watches.