Now HERE'S a watch you don't see every day!

This is a Swiss made calendar pocket watch, probably dating to the late 1800's or very early 1900's. It is in hallmarked 0.800 silver case with a gold [colored?] crown and bow and measures about 48mm in diameter. It's stem wind and pin set. The dial has 2 extra registers -- one to indicate the day of the week and the other to indicate the day of the month. The movement is unmarked, but the dust cover is marked "Remontoir" [keyless winding], "Quantieme" [calendar], "Ancre" [lever escapement] and "15 Rubis" [15 jewels], as well as a serial number of "51457.

Dust Cover

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