2.0176 POP Watch with Rare Skeletonized ‘P’ Letter Movement Layout, France 1910’s

£170.00

Vintage, 1910’s POP pocket watch. Rare movement layout, featuring a letter ‘P’ skeletonised movement bridge. All original vintage item with enamel dial and gilt hands in perfect condition. Nickel 51mm case with original mineral crystal. The pocket watch has undergone full servicing with disassembly in our Bristol workshop. Comes with a 12-month warranty.

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Key Features

POP pocket watch with rare movement layout, featuring a letter ‘P’ skeletonised movement bridge. An all original vintage item with an enamel dial and gilt hands in perfect condition. This could serve as a signature family timepiece for any family name starting with the letter P, or as a great gift for anyone with this letter in their initials. 

Servicing and Guarantee

This timepiece has been serviced with full disassembly. There is a 12-month guarantee, subject to the usage and care guidelines.

Overview

Case

  • Original case with nicely rounded edges.
  • Nickel case.
  • Original mineral crystal.

Dimensions:

  • Width 51.2 mm.
  • Full height 70.4 mm.
  • Thickness 14.5 mm.

Dial and Hands

  • Original white enamel dial.
  • Elaborate, black Arabic numerals.
  • Red 24-hour numerals around outer edge.
  • “POP” signature in unique script with additional star, below numeral 12 position.
  • Small seconds subdial over numeral 6 position.
  • Original, gold-plated ‘spade style hour and minute hands.

Movement

  • French-made movement.
  • Unusual caliber based on LIP France.
  • 15 jewels.
  • Manual winding.
  • Compensated cut balance with Breguet isochronous hairspring.
  • Thick gilt mainplate and bridges.

Testing Results

  • Testing duration: 2 weeks face up.
  • Average timekeeping range: 20-40 sec/day.

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Case material

Silver

Dial tone

Beige/White/Silver

Origin

France

Size grade

50 mm and more

Year approx

1910