Condition Report For Lot# 93:
GRO (winds, sets and ticks) the mvt is in good condition with some light discoloration due to oil smears, some light spotting on the balance cock and a few microfine scratches near blued screw slots. The dial is in excellent condition with almost no spotting and no discoloration, light impression of broad arrow mark remains in subsidiary seconds dial. The brass tub is in very good condition and is stamped 9569 with a 43 stamped adjacent to and above the 69 corresponding to the mvt # and is housed in original mahogany box with brass corners with a couple of scratches on the top of the case and some slight oxidation to housing around well made brass handles that fold in flush to box. See Tony Mercer's book "Chronometer Makers of the World" (2004), pages 177 & 183-184; Kelvin Bottomly & Baird were a Scottish firm with offices in Glasgow 1913--33, and Montreal 1919-30.
Estimate: $2500 - $3500