Good repeating watch with five horological complications.
It features quarter repeating, triple calendar and moon phases.
Diameter is 54 mm, height without bow is 68 mm. Weight is 121 grams.
Watch comes in solid 14k gold case, dust cover is also made of gold and hallmarked.
The movement is marked with Duel - trade mark registered in 1885 by Marchand & Sandoz - company in La Chaux-de-Fonds. The company won a gold medal at the exhibition in Geneva in 1896 and a "diplôme d'honneur" in Brussels. Successor was the company Paul Sandoz & Cie, which was among others, supplier to Breguet Paris.
The movement is nicely finished. It's fully made of nickel, polished and decorated. Technically it features two nice screwed chatons, swan neck micrometric regulator.
Case is beautifully engraved. It feature Swiss and German hallmarks for 14k gold.
The movement is in running condition, though I don't guarantee time keeping.
The repeating functions correctly, gongs are clear and loud.
Calendar functions correctly.
Dial seems to be free from defects.
Case is in good condition with couple of minor dents.