Berger Cadet Quarter Repeater Verge Fusee

Very attractive and large rose gold quarter repeater pocket watch by Berger Cadet made in Nismes, Belgium in the early 19th century, which is rare. Scroll down to read more about this watch.

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The watch remains in very good overall condition, even more so considering this timepiece is about 200 years old.

The heavy 18 carat rose gold case shows very little wear. The outer ring of the case has a beautiful deep relief, which gives the whole watch a unique and eye-catching appearance.

The signed enamel dial features black Arabic hour indications, outer minute indication and blued steel ‘moon type’ hands. The hole in the dial to wind the watch is still perfectly intact, which is partly due to the steel protection edge around the hole, which emphasizes the quality of this timepiece.

Signed brass inner protective case.
The verge fusee movement is from outstanding quality and in working order, with working repeating mechanism striking clear tones on both the hours and quarters. The only thing to note is that the last quarter only has a single strike instead of two in quick succession. A video of the working repeating mechanism can be send upon request.


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Berger Cadet


56mm / 70mm




Quarter Repeater


127 Grams