It’s not often that one can carry a piece of history in one’s pocket. You certainly could with this very early, untouched Pre-Civil War era, key-wind American Waltham Watch Company pocket watch in rare solid coin silver case hand-crafted by Hulse and Sease; housed in what we feel is its original presentation box, circa 1860. Offered with 1857 half-dollar believed to have been worn during the war.
One of the most desirable railroad-grade pocket watches made in America, this 18 size, 24 ruby-jeweled Illinois Bunn Special is housed in a crisp yellow gold-filled case and presented in a custom-made burled walnut presentation case. Circa 1902.
Early and impressive men's 18 size, 23 ruby-jeweled hunter-cased Hampden "Railway Special" railroad grade pocket watch featuring a magnificent high-grade movement, porcelain dial and handsome yellow gold-filled case. Fitted with heavy gold-filled chain sporting a solid gold 25 year fob given by the Order of Railroad Telegraphers. Offered in a custom-fitted presentation box.