D. Delachaux, Le Locle, Switzerland, c. 1850, two train winding and setting mechanism, center sweep seconds, jump seconds bit, left zone marked “True Time”, right zone marked “Observation”, sterling case interior marked “Dueber”, outer case rim marked “Wm F Bricker”, marked “Commanding U.S.S. Scorpion” on opposite rim, bow is tight, minor chips to dial edge, case back engraved “B” atop anchor in shield, winding and setting key threaded into crown, high end jeweled settings into gold, blueing, winds, sets and ticks, 48mm case.
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