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Minute repeater chronograph chronometer no. 19275

Case: Yellow gold, the rear engraved with coat of arms and the motto "Exitus acta probat" [The end justifies the means], the arms of President George Washington. The cuvette engraved "".

Dial: White enamel with Breguet numerals, gold Louis XV hands, 30 minute register

Movement: 17''' Nickel, bi-metallic balance with blued steel balance spring with Breguet overcoil with polished steel kidney piece, capped pallet pivots with counterpoise, stamped with Geneva seal

Provenance:
1903 - Haas Neveux, Geneva

1903 - Observatoire de Geneve April 1903, adjusted by Charles Batifolier.

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2012 - Heritage Auctions 2012 May 19 " Haas Neveux & Cie Gold Minute Repeater With Split Second Chronograph & Register, circa 1895 Case: 18k rose gold, four body, 46 mm, gold slide, gold split button and lock out on the rim, cuvette signed "Chronometre avec Bulletin de l'Observatoire De Geneve, Haas Neveux & Cie", back with shield topped with a knights helmet and eagle, lower ribbon banner engraved "Exitus Acta Probat" Dial: white enamel, black Arabic numerals, outer minute track and 1/5th seconds marks, gold outer five second numerals, gold Louis XV hands, thirty minute register and sub seconds, center gold split second hands Movement: No. 19275, nickel, 3/4 plate, straight line lever escapement, bi-metallic compensated balance, 30 jewels, jeweled to the repeat hammers, Geneva quality hallmark on the center bridge, swan's neck regulator Signed: movement and dial signed Haas Neveux & Cie Condition Report*: Type: Haas Neveux & Cie Gold Minute Repeater With Split Second Chronograph & Register Dial: enamel, Arabic Hands: gold Louis XV Metal: 18k rose gold Gram Weight: 85.9 Case Info: four body, shield, helmet and eagle on back Case Width: 46 mm Crystal: glass Watch Movement: No. 19275, nickel, 3/4 plate, straight line lever escapement, bi-metallic compensated balance, 30 jewels, jeweled to the repeat hammers, Geneva quality hallmark on the center bridge, swan's neck regulator Circa: 1895 Condition: dial is superb, case is very good, movement is good and running and chiming, split seconds working well"