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Sound going through my old friends digs I found another couple of watches.

Again just looking for more information on it.



Thanks a lot :)
 

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Intresting. I suspect it's a bridge modified Unitas from late 20's. The crown wheel design reminds of Gallet/Electra work. You'd probably need to get at the dial side to see the caliber marking though.
 

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And managed to get some pictures of the last watch



Can't seem to open the back on this one

Again inputs would be appreciated
 

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It's a American Waltham Watch Co. Hunter case watch. Case style looks early 1900's. Waltham changed their name in 1907, so probably from before then. Most watches like this have a screw back; the serial number on the movment can give you a more precise date.
 
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