Good minute repeater in solid 18k gold case.
Case diameter is 53mm, height without bow is 65mm.
Weight is 116 grams.
Case, dial and movement aren't signed.
The movement is signed by ELd for E. Legrand under the dial. E. Legrand is listed by Tardy in Paris, as Watchmaker to the Navy.
He was member of Watchmaking Chamber in Paris, and was active in 1870-1880 in Paris and Geneva. Upon some sources he took over the Parisian stock of Charles Oudin.
He is also listed as a customer of Louis Audemars company.
Repeater is finished to the best possible quality.
Movement is made of solid nickel and is decorated with Geneva stripes and pearlage.
It's jewelled to the hammers, all escapement train features counterpivots and is fully jewelled. Wolf tooth winding wheels and are matt polished,
all other steel parts are mirror polished and bevelled.
Case doesn't bear any hallmarks, must be Swiss production before 1880.
It's tested for 18k gold.
Dust cover is glazed, to show the beauty of the movement.
The watch appears to be in good condition.
The movement is in running condition.
Repetition strikes as it should.
Dial seems to be flawless, free from hairlines or other defects.
Overall very nice condition.