Fine pocket chronometer in solid 18k gold hunter case.
Case diameter is 48mm, weight is 84 grams.
Watch comes with extracts from records of Besançon observatory, which, along with Geneve, Neuchatel and Kew observatories, was making chronometer competitions since late XIX century. Upon the multi-days measurements in 1888 this watch has been received official chronometer certificate.
As you expect from certified pocket chronometer, watch is made to high grade.
It's based on LeCoultre caliber, features palladium hairspring, big cut and compensated balance wheel, snail cam regulator.
All escapement axes has counterpivots, movement is jewelled to the center wheel.
Nice particularity - the case features a special golden piece, preventing winding stem and crown from occasional detaching - patent protected.
The watch appears to be in good condition.
The movement is in good running condition, though cleaning is recommended.
Solid gold case bears French 18k golds hallmarks and case maker's hallmarks.
It appears to be in good condition.
Dial is in good condition.
Good timepiece, don't miss it.
Not for sale