MOVEMENT AND DIAL OF A VERGE WATCH. . Full-plate with four square baluster pillars. Barrel with tangent-screw set-up between the plates. Fusee with chain; integral steel stop-work spring and stop-iron. Four wheel train. Verge escapement. Steel 3-arm balance: spiral balance spring: geared regulator with silver index disc. Pierced and engraved gilt brass balance cock with steel coqueret. White enamel dial: hours I-XII, minutes 5-60. Pierced gold hands. Wind through dial. Case missing.
- Made in: Paris
- (Europe,France,Ile-de-France (département),Paris)
- Diameter: 39.1 millimetres
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Object reference number: MCC6737
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