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  1. Recent verge fusee finds, any info would be greatly appreciated

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    I bought two verge fusee watches recently, both need attention but could be restored. Trying to get some info about both The first one have no hallmarks of any kind and looks like case is made out of brass? Also the dial is not porcelain... Second one marked Samson London and no hallmarks on...
  2. Arnold and Dent pocket watch 1838

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    This old pocket watch has been well used and well loved by its previous owners over several generations. It has as many as fifteen watchmakers marks hidden away in recesses of the case and is probably the 'most used' pocketwatch I own. It is by Arnold and Dent. John Roger Arnold and Edward...
  3. Fusee Pocket Watch, anyone able to Identify?

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    Here's the pictures link. All I can tell so far is that it seems to have a broken balance staff - when held at a specific angle and orientation, I get get it to run for a few minutes. It's also missing the crystal. I'd love to know more about this watch, and even more to get it fixed at some...
  4. Pocket watch fusee movement ID Help please!

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hiya, I'm in need of a little help please, I've come across a pocket watch movement I'm a little stumped by. Please excuse my complete lack of technical knowledge, I'll give as much info as I can and add pictures if possible? I've attached a few pictures but this is the information I have...
  5. Pocket watch movement help!

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    Hiya, I'm in need of a little help please, I've come across a pocket watch movement I'm a little stumped by. Please excuse my complete lack of technical knowledge, I'll give as much info as I can and add pictures if possible? I believe it is a fusee movement and is about 35mm across. The dial...
  6. Romain Gauthier Logical One With A Side of Escargot

    High-end watches
    Mmmm, escargot! The French have coveted them for centuries and Pliny the Elder of ancient Rome speaks of snails as being an elite food. They have even been discovered in prehistoric archaeological excavations and can be assumed to have been food for our ancient ancestors! Even though I have not...
  7. Need Help on Antique Pocket Watch Books

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hello Forum, I haven't posted in 5 years ... but I'm back :-) ... I've recently rekindled my interest in vintage pocket watches, especially those with the verge fusee movements from the 17th and 18th centuries. I'll post some photos in a future forum ... but for now I have a question. I'd like...
  8. Help buying an 18th century fusee

    Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hey guys, it's great to be back. While I usually restrict myself to collecting early American railroad watches, I've recently come across some money and decided to buy at least an 18th century verge fusee or perhaps an older one. Unfortunately, I have no idea where to start. What should I look...
  9. Fusee Diamond Cock Litherland Davies Liverpool 1877 Pocket Watch

    Watchmaking
    Hi Everyone Anyone knows how much it is worth it in todays market ? Does anyone knows to explain the features of this movement and how it works ? Thanks for any help :thanks
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