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    Schützenfest: Lot of Two German Shooting Related Pocket Watches And Two Shooting Medals. Includes: 1.) 33 mm, silver .59 ounce struck Austrian commemorative medal for an 1868 shooting event in Vienna. 2.) Ladies gold pocket watch, 33 mm in diameter, maker unknown, with a scene on the reverse commemorating the 13th Bundesschiessen in Dresden, 1900. 3.) Gold pocket watch, 54 mm in diameter, maker unknown, engraved on the inside of the case "Bayer. Landesschiessen 1927 / Gestiftet von / Bamberger Tagblatt". Mechanism works when wound. 4.) New York Schützen Corps 1857-2007 commemorative clutch back pin.

    Condition: 1.) Very good. 2.) Very good. A hairline crack on the face; movement not working. 3.) About very good. 4.) Excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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