2.0419 JEAN PIERRE ‘MASONIC’ Hunter pocket watch, SWISS 1990s

£360.00 (incl. VAT) £324.00 (incl. VAT)

Rare masonic watch with its original chain and fob. This Jean Pierre model from the 1990’s has a decorative fob with the Queen’s Own Royal Yeomanry insignia, a voluntary cavalry regiment that served and saw battle during from it’s formation in 1796 to its eventual disbandment in 1999. The dial has some wicked masonic symbols in place of the numerals, a Jean Pierre speciality. Great rare condition, the caseback is still film sealed like it has been in storage all those years. Features a hunter case – with a front cover has an aperture for reading the time without opening it, and a special hour hand with a double spade on it.

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About Jean Pierre

Jean Pierre was established in 1932 in the world famous watch making metropolis of Bienne in Switzerland. These days located in the City of London, they continue to design, develop and manufacture classic watches, timepieces and various horological paraphernalia.

About Queen’s Own Royal Yeomanry

The Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry was a yeomanry regiment of the British Army that can trace their formation back to 1796. It saw action in the Second Boer War, the First World War and the Second World War. It amalgamated with the Lanarkshire Yeomanry and the 1st/2nd Lothians and Border Horse to form the Queen’s Own Lowland Yeomanry in 1956. Its lineage was revived by B (Lanarkshire and Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry) Squadron, the Scottish Yeomanry in 1992 until that unit was disbanded in 1999.

Servicing and Guarantee

This timepiece has been serviced with full disassembly. Make sure to follow the usage and care guidelines.


Case and Strap

  • Gold plated hinged hunter case with mineral crystal window.
  • Decorative circular engraving inside case.
  • Original gold plated chain with Queen’s Own Royal Yeomanry insignia on fob.
  • Dustproof.


  • Width w/o crown: 50mm
  • Width w/ crown: 61.5mm
  • Height: 50mm
  • Thickness: 12mm

Dial and Hands

  • White enamel dial.
  • Masonic symbols in place of numerals.
  • Black spade hands, with a double spade shape on the hour hand.
  • Signed ‘Jean Pierre’ below 12 position.
  • Seconds subdial.


  • Swiss made movement.
  • ETA 6498-1 (Unitas 6498-1) calibre.
  • 17 jewels.
  • Sub seconds.
  • 50 hr power reserve.

Testing results:

  • Testing duration: 1 week cyclic test

Servicing and Guarantee

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