A. Lange & Söhne pocket-chronometer
A. Lange & Söhne
Glashütte B. Dresden
Half-seconde-pocket-chronometer with pivoted detent and
with cylindrical balance-spring
900/ooo silver-case, case-form:Jürgens
Back-side engine-turned with round eye
silver-dial with engraved roman figures
spade-form-hands, steel, blued
Diameter of movement: 47mm
chronometer-escapement with Glashütte-pivoted-detent
free-oscillatored, heavy gold-screw-compensation-balance
with cylindrical Steel-balance-spring, blued
This chronometer was finished and regulated by
the chronometer-manufacturer Gustav Gerstenberger,
former employee from A. Lange & Söhne.
It was sold on 1st May 1914 for a price of 260,--Mark to
the Hydrographische Amt in Pola.
Diameter of case: approx. 63mm
Total weight: approx. 191g
With Archive-information from Deutsches Uhrenmuseum, Glashütte.