Production Date
Circa 1904
Pocket watch. Round with white dial and black Roman numerals. Two black hands - hour and minute hands. Acrylic cover over the dial. There is a long chain attached to the ring around the winding crown. Half way down the chain is a small metal book which represents a prayer book. The book has a front and back cover with 3 metal "pages" in the centre to stick small pictures of people. The caseback opens to reveal a small hole that needs a key to wind the movement. Key is missing. On the inner side of the caseback are inscribed the words: "To Victor Pearce From his late Father James Pearce 1904".
Processed Material/Metal/Silver
Processed Material/Metal
Processed Material/Synthetic/Plastic/Acrylic
Signature/Marks and Type
To Victor Pearce / From / his late / Father James Pearce / 1904. Inscribed
AB / 74 Impressed
341 Inscribed
Accession No
Credit Line
Circa 1904. Pocket watch, 1982.1389. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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