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  1. M

    Marine: TS & JD Negus No, 1175

    It looks very close to the one I have but I think the brass on mine is in better shape. I didn't have a clue how expensive they can be.
  2. M

    $ TS & JD Negus No, 1175

    I have had this chronograph for over 20 years in my closet and I am trying to find out if it is valuable not only historically but what the approximate market value would be in US dollars. If this is something that is in fact valuable I would certainly like to make sure it is covered on my...
  3. M

    Marine: TS & JD Negus No, 1175

    I guess what I am trying to find out if I have a significant piece of history or just something that's going to collect dust? Don't get me wrong, it's a very beautiful piece but as I said it has been sitting in my closet for many years. I honestly don't have a clue to what I have except what I...
  4. M

    Marine: TS & JD Negus No, 1175

    okay, so your saying this chronometer that was used on an 18th century sailing ship was passed along to ship to ship before it finally came into my hands?
  5. M

    Marine: TS & JD Negus No, 1175

    Okay, I see that there is a Ship named Hedge Haven in 1963 but can you tell me why a 20th century ship would have a Chronograph that was made before the 20th century?
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    Marine: TS & JD Negus No, 1175

    I have had this Chronometer for just about 20 years now and to be honest I can't even remember how I acquired the piece. When I received the Chronometer inside there was a piece of paper that said this particular instrument was off the SS Hedge Haven. I have searched everywhere I could and I...

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