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Pocket watch in silver case. Thirty hour duration, single train, gilt brass, capped, four pillar fusee movement with cylinder escapement, brass escape wheel. Polished flat steel balance with blued-steel, flat spiral balance spring. Engraved balance cock with grotesque mask and diamond endstone in blued-steel setting. This watch is said to have been recovered from the wreck site of the 'Royal George', which was lost in 1782, but the hallmark is of a much later date and the watch movement shows no sign of damage caused by the ingress of sea water. The inscription is therefore thought to be dubious.
- Image reference: E2048
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London