Circa 1900, the white porcelain dial signed ''Lefebvre Fils Aine / Paris / Rue de Rivoli 106'', with black enamel Roman numeral hours, Arabic minutes and skeletonized hands, beneath a beveled glass hinged aperture within a cartouche-form case decorated with foliate scrolls and fruiting garlands, enclosing a twin train movement stamped with Marti et Cie Medaille de bronze seal, further stamped ''E.D'' and ''248'', 28'' H x 12'' W x 6'' D, est: $2500/3500


Condition: Overall good condition. General rubbed wear to case. A few localized minor shrinkage cracks to timber on rear of case. Oxidation to timber. Movement complete. No key. Working condition unknown. Moran's does not guarantee working condition of clocks and watches.

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