The first is a fairly mundane cylindre escapement pocket watch from the turn of the 19th (to the 20th) century. It has ten jewels ("Steine", ="stones") which is the maximum for that sort of movement but it hardly helps upgrade the watch; on top of that, it is in bad condition. The second is a German Thiel "Darling" watch from around the early 20th century.
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