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I inherited a baylor pocket watch I have no clue on the year or anything and I can't find any pictures of the same car any info would be greatly appreciated.

On the case is what appears to be a woman with a bow behind 2 hounds to the left of her is another woman and 2 more dogs. It has a 17 jewel movement. The case appears to be gold don't know if it's plated or something else.

If anyone knows how much is worth it is running. The approx year and possibly what scene the case portrays would be of great use.

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Welcome to the forums. We don't do evaluations, and pictures would be mighty helpful.
 

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It's possible the dogs are bear cubs, which Baylor keeps on campus as their mascot.

Conversely, it may illustrate the Roman goddess Diana, who is traditionally depicted with a bow (I take it you mean a bow, the instrument of hunting, as opposed to a ribbon) and her hunting dogs.

No idea what implication that has for the watch, but just what came to mind.
 
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