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SORRY SOLD A superb example of a solid silver English Lever watch measuring 50mm in diameter. Birmingham Hallmarks of 1913 are seen on the inner dome and the inside of the case. Letters W.E defines the casemaker as W. Ehrhardt of Birmingham matching their trade mark of a winged arrow on the movement . The rear cover has LO marked on the cartouche.Inside is a presentation inscription from D Div. Metropolitan Police 1917. The case is in excellent condition, only one minor ding.The dial is signed by the famous makers and retailers Kendal and Dent, Makers to the Admiralty who would have sold the completed watch. The mineral glass in the bezel is totally clear. The watch runs well and the very attractive movement is nicely jeweled. A watch for everyday wear and with excellent provenance.

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