A 16 size (19 1/2''') Swiss hunter watch bears on its cuvette (dome) the following inscription: 'Ancre/Ligne Droitee/15 Rubies/Remontoire/GENEVE/No 98607'. Is it justified to assume that this watch was manufactured by the Geneva Watch Co. , Geneve, which in 1905 succeeded J. J. Badollet? The watch bar movement appears to be based on an ebauche made by Piguet Freres. On its pillar plate and the barrel bridge are scratched numbers: '1911', which could indicate the date of the manufacture, and is in compliance with the history of the Geneva Watch Co. Any information and/or comments would be appreciated.
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