Fellow to Hold First Standalone Pocket Watch Auction



The upcoming Pocket Watch & Accessories auction on Monday 15th August is set to be one of the most exciting this year. Not only will it be Fellows’ first ever standalone pocket watch auction, but there will be over 250 lots including special items from Patek Philippe, Charles Frodsham and Benjamin Steele.


Some of the highlights include lot 88- an early 20th century Patek Philippe & Cie continental metal keyless wind full hunter pocket watch which has an estimate of £1,800 - £2,200. Lot 147, a 14k gold keyless wind open face pocket watch by Hamilton was presented to Samuel Watson by delegates of the American Federation of Labor and has an estimate of £240 - £340.


A particular item to look out for is lot 10, a George III 18ct gold key wind pair case pocket watch by Benjamin Steele of London. With an estimate of £2,500 - £3,500 there is bound to be plenty of interest from collectors in the rare timepiece. There is also a Victorian 18ct gold keyless wind full hunter quarter repeating pocket watch by Charles Frodsham of London with an estimate of £1,200 - £1,800 as well as an Omega base metal keyless wind open face pocket watch estimated at £120 - £180.


Estimates range from £100 - £3,500.


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