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Item Details
Item Name HALF HUNTER 
Subject TIMEPIECE 
Materials & Techniques GOLD AND MECHANICS 
Artist/Maker T MARTIN 
Period 19TH CENTURY 
Nationality SWISS 
Dimensions (H, W, D) (cm) 0 H x 0 W x 0 D 
Inscriptions & Markings 

NO. 4908 T MARTIN AND CO 151 REGENT STREET LONDON 

Distinguishing Features 

 

Description 

19TH CENTURY SWISS 18 CT GOLD HALF HUNTER REPEATING LEVER CHRONOGRAPH. WHITE ENAMELLED DIAL WITH ROMAN NUMERAL HOURS ARABIC NUMERAL MINUTES AND SUBSIDIARIES FOR SECONDS AND MINUTES IN PLAIN CASE WITH ENAMELLED ROMAN NUMERALS MARKED AS ABOVE NO 4098 ETC 

Condition 
Theft Details
Crime Ref. No. EP/00/1123 
Police Force Devon & Cornwall Police 
Police Station or Department POLICE HEADQUARTERS 
Officer in Charge DC 1432 JOSEPH M FURNEAUX-GOTCH 
Telephone No. 01392 452444 
Insurer  
Date of Theft (From, To) 05/12/2000 -  
Place of Theft PLYMPTON DEVON 
Circumstances of Theft 

STOLEN WHILST ON PUBLIC DISPLAY AT AN AUCTION PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF SALE 

Recovered No 
Uploaded 08/02/2001 
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