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Watch with silver and simulated tortoise-shell pair case. Thirty hour duration, single train, gilt brass, four pillar fusee movement with verge escapement. Polished steel balance with flat spiral steel balance spring. Pierced and engraved balance cock. Tompion style regulators on slide plate with silver regulating disc engraved 1-6. The watch reputedly once belonged to Vice-Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood (1750-1810). The bow is thought to be a later replacement (circa 1800).
- Image reference: E2035
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London