LIP MINUTE REPEATING WATCH WITH ORIGINAL
BULLETIN DE MARCHE & RECEIPT
Lip (Lipmann, Besançon), Chronomètre Repètition, No.
98061. Sold by M. Tripet, Toulouse, on May 23rd, 1910 to
Auguste Chalon for 425 Francs.
Fine, large, hunting-cased, keyless, minute-repeating, 18K
yellow gold pocket watch with chronograph. Accompanied
by the original Lip Bulletin de Marche and receipt.
Four-body, bassine, polished, both covers with foliate
engraved monogram 'AC', olive-shaped button at 2 for the
chronograph. Hinged gold cuvette.
White enamel with Arabic numerals, outer minute track
and outermost fifths of a second divisions, inner red 24-
hour numerals, subsidiary seconds dial. Gold spade hands.
43 mm. frosted gilt, 19 jewels, straight line lever escapement,
cut bimetallic compensation balance, blued steel
Breguet balance spring, centrifugal governor, index regulator,
repeating on gongs activated by a slide on the band.