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  1. Vintage & Pocket watches
    I inherited a pocket watch made by Norval pics will be inc in post there doesn't seem to be any metal numbers for silver or gold nor does it have a serial visible this watch works well and is in great condition is 17 jewels and incabloc with from my short research a hunter closed cover style...
  2. Public Forum
    Hi Guys, I recently bought a number of Watch Movements via eBay in a Lot. Out of only three of them are anything Notable. Two of these three are SS&co that are not missing parts and the third is this Movement Signed L Audemars (images attached). I was able to find an Identical looking movement...
  3. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hi. I would like to ask if someone knows something about this watch. I found it garage sale in Norway. I have also one more Moser but that one is P.Moser and was manufactured in swiss around 1900-1912.
  4. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hello there everyone. I’m new here and have recently enter in this magnificent world of watches. I was messing some family stuff around and I found a CYMA pocketwatch from my great grand father. It’s not working so it needs to be serviced. I was trying to find some good place to do it as I’m in...
  5. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Touchon & Co 29 Jewel Minute Repeater 14K Rare dial and movement marked "Touchon and Co" (usually marked "Tiffany") The watch runs and chimes without flaw. According to the time grapher the watch runs on at 18000bph, rate -00:11s with a 0.4ms beat error. Video...
    $7,100 USD
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    Trying to gather information on this watch.
  7. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hello all I am brand new to the forum and would appreciate any help. I am trying to find out any details on this pocket watch that i recently bought. (Model/ movement/ rarity/ value) On the back of the case closest to the movement there is the numbers 1869 E19 engraved into it? The movement...
  8. Public Forum
    So yeah, I'm not really into pocket watches. In fact, I've only ever bought two prior. One to take apart to look at the movement in detail, and the other . . . well,
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  10. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hi I have this old Rolex pocket watch and know nothing about it , anyone able to help ?
  11. Public Forum
    Hello, I’m not 100% sure if this is where I should be posting but I found this West End Watch Co Pocket watch among my fathers belongings after he passed away recently. My father was a New York City Union Carpenter as was his father and I believe this watch belong to fathers grandfather who did...
  12. Russian watches
    Hi everyone :) I bought this watch about 15 years ago I Lithuania, but I don’t have that much information about it… so I hope you guys could help me out:p I’ve got the text translated to “Vympel” “17 jewels/stones” “Made in Belarus” and in the back it says “17 jewels/stones” “AH 2J2” so do...
  13. Vintage & Pocket watches
    I can’t find any info on this type of watch! i’m kind of new to this whole watch scene haha i think this watch company is called buren but i’m not sure. it has some writing inside the back of the watch. There is three sections with writing the first one is some numbers in small groups...
  14. Omega
    Hello! This is my first post in this forum so I apologize if I post in the wrong thread or such. I am here needing help to identify a watch from my Grandfather and if it is worth repairing.The watch is very used as seen in the pictures.
  15. Vintage & Pocket watches
    So, I picked up this recently as I am new at pocket watch collecting, but I've loved them since I was a kid. Trouble is, is that I can't find this version of this model anywhere. I have found a steel case version, but this one is 18k gold. Picked it up for cheap, doesnt run, however, I quite...
  16. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hi, I have a chronograph pocket watch that I am hoping to be able to get a manufacturing date for. There are no obvious makers marks visible in the usual places, but once disassembled for cleaning, I found a Lemania makers mark on the inside of the bottom plate. The serial number of the...
  17. Watchmaking
    My family inherited four pocket watches (one of which still works), and I'd like to get them professionally serviced and appraised. I believe one of these is an original US railway conductor's pocketwatch, but that's what I've been told, hasn't been confirmed. Any recommendations of both...
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