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|1527: Gents Kienzle, ca.1930|
Gross weight 61g
Case: - mickel plated, mineral crystal, pushed bezel and back, D=50,5mm
Dial: - Aluminium, two-color print, sub second
Movement: - rfr - calibre Kienzle 14-44 (first pin-lever pocketwatch calibre from Kienzle), gold plated, 1 jewel (functionless cap jewel on pointed balance bearing), stem wind and set, ratchet under base plate, crown mechanism with rocker bar, pin-lever escapement; balance with coarse imitation of balance screws, flat hairspring, early two-section regulator for coarse and fine adjustment
Condition: C2, D0-!, M0-1
Many Kienzles right now
This is no accident: After having investigated few for the movement archive, I noticed that almost no informations existed about them. So I started to watch Kienzle watches, and occasionally bought particular samples, since this was the only chance to find out something about the evolution of Kienzle pocket watches. And here we finally got the first (thus more expensive) pin-lever pocketwatch calibre from Kienzle.
Of course, these watches were disposables, and many bought watches were ready for the material box. But some are in good visual and technical shape, and are of course for sale.
Basics for this Description
Sold in Auction
High bid EUR 45.00 (~US$ 53.67)
Reserve EUR 45.00 (~US$ 53.67)
Not for Sale!
The watch presented here is not for sale. It was offered or sold as mentioned above a longer time ago. This archive is just a market overview and price guide, e.g. for evaluation of comparable watches. Moreover, images and descriptions can help for dating and checking the authenticity of watches.
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