Charles Frodsham, London, Silver Free-Sprung 2- Day Pocket Chronometer,
This spectacular heavy chronometer belongs to a series of approximately 22 pieces manufactured over a period of 40 years. today 11 pieces are known to have survived. The present watch belongs to the final part of the series which was finished in 1880ies. The same watch Nr. 7324 (our Nr. 7323) see Camerer Cuss: „The English Watch“ (Fotos!)
Silver free sprung 2-day pocket chronometer Deck Watch with duo-in-uno hairspring. diamond end stone, free sprung bi-metallic screw balance, signed Charles Frodsham, by appointment to the Queen, with medals of honor and numbered 7323!
The dial silvered, blued steel spade hands, subsidiary seconds dial and sector with up-and-down from 0 – 54, hallmarked 1887, Casemakers stamp GJT (George James Thickbroom)
Gilded half plate movement with spring detent escapement, duo-in-uno hairspring, diamond endstone, free sprung bi-metallic screw balance, signed Charles Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, by appointment to the Queen, numbered 7323.
68mm diameter, 320g!!
All parts of this outstanding chronometer are in excellent condition!
Price on request!