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Connoisseurs of vintage values will certainly love this piece: an 1889 gold pocket watch by Vacheron Constantin, the oldest watch manufacturer in the world. The 18-carat timepiece was a gift for Bernard G. Gunther from his brother, Frederic. It measures 2 inches in diameter and features a hand-painted white porcelain dial with Arabic numerals.
The precious collectible pocket watch is engraved with the words: “Bernard G. Gunther/From your brother/F. Frederic Gunther/Harvard University/June 26th, 1889”. It is priced at $28,500.