Movement: brass movement with 56 hours power reserve. Movement No. 1. Brass dust protection (box) with hallmark 'Krone' and 'M' for Imperial Navy. Spring chronometer escapement via chain and fusee. Bimetallic chronometer balance with two weights and two screws. Free-swinging cylindrical balance spring. Chatonized diamond endstone on the balance.
Case: Three-part mahogany case with sight glass and cover, brass handles, cardanic suspension.
Dial: Silver-plated, inlaid Roman hours, small seconds at VI ‘, scale at 'XII' for the 56-hour power reserve,
Reverse side of the dial: Schuchmann (see list of chronometer makers), May 1910, May 1912, August 13, 1998, September 1918
Hands: Spade gold hands, pen hands for seconds and power reserve.
Production: at the end of the 19th century in Kiel