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E. Mathey 14 Karat Yellow Gold Hunter Case Minute
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E. Mathey Tissot 14K solid gold minute repeater pocket watch. Case number 26712. Arabic numerals with secondary dial at six o'clock. White porcelain face in excellent condition. Ornate hands.

Originally owned by Solomon S. Curry (1840-1929), who was born in Lancaster County, Canada, but lived and worked in Potsdam, NY, and Trenton, Ontario, before he settled in Michigan. He was an elected State Representative in 1874 for the State of Michigan. In 1896, he ran for Lieutenant Governor, but lost. Curry was very instrumental in the early development of the industrial, financial and political life of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. He opened the Curry Mine, Gogebic County Mine, and the Metropolitan Iron and Land Company, which was the world's greatest producer of ore. His house is listed in the State Register of Historic Sites for the state of Michigan.
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E. Mathey 14 Karat Yellow Gold Hunter Case Minute

Estimate $3,500 - $4,500
May 31, 2014
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Starting Price $1,800
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0005: E. Mathey 14 Karat Yellow Gold Hunter Case Minute

Sold for $3,500
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Est. $3,500 - $4,500Starting Price $1,800
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May 31, 2014 10:00 AM EDT
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E. Mathey Tissot 14K solid gold minute repeater pocket watch. Case number 26712. Arabic numerals with secondary dial at six o'clock. White porcelain face in excellent condition. Ornate hands.

Originally owned by Solomon S. Curry (1840-1929), who was born in Lancaster County, Canada, but lived and worked in Potsdam, NY, and Trenton, Ontario, before he settled in Michigan. He was an elected State Representative in 1874 for the State of Michigan. In 1896, he ran for Lieutenant Governor, but lost. Curry was very instrumental in the early development of the industrial, financial and political life of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. He opened the Curry Mine, Gogebic County Mine, and the Metropolitan Iron and Land Company, which was the world's greatest producer of ore. His house is listed in the State Register of Historic Sites for the state of Michigan.

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