Watch Data

Gold Chronometer no. 41233

Case: Yellow gold, hinged cuvette

Dial: White enamel, Breguet numerals, outer five minute numerals, gold Louis XV hands, subsidiary seconds dial, signed "Haas Neveux & Co., Geneve"

Movement: 16"', nickel plated, "fausses cotes" decoration, bearing the Geneva quality marks, 19 jewels, straight line lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, "Extra adjustment" by Henri Wherli fils, blued steel balance spring with terminal curve and eccentric micrometric index.

Chronometer style movement, also used on no. 35833, and no. 41230

Provenance:
1908 - Haas Neveux, Geneva

1908 - Observatoire de Geneve, adjusted by Henri Wherli

1996 - Antiquorum 20 Apr 1996 1800-2200 unsold, "Ane. Mon.B. Haas Jne. & Cie., Haas Neveux & Cie. Srs. 5 Quai du Mont Blanc, Geneve, 7, rue Scribe, Paris, No. 41233, circa 1907. Very fine and small 18 ct. pink gold, keyless pocket chronometer with First Class Bulletin from the Observatory of Geneva at the timing contest organised in 1908. C. Three body, massive, "demi-bassine", polished. Hinged gold cuvette engraved with mention of the First Class Bulletin and a dedication. D. White enamel with Arabic numerals, gilt outer Arabic minute ring and sunk subsidiary seconds. Gold "Louis XV" hands. M. 16"', nickel plated, "fausses cotes" decoration, bearing the Geneva quality marks, 19 jewels, straight line lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, "Extra adjustment" by Henri Wherli fils, blued steel balance spring with terminal curve and eccentric micrometric index. Signed on the dial and cuvette. In very good condition with photocopies of the records of the timing contest. Diam. 46 mm. "

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