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Hello, I'm new here. I would really appreciate it if some of you guys could get some dirt on this pocket watch I recently picked up at an antique fair for $60.
The serial puts it somewhere between 1902-03. Otherwise, I've got no other information on it. The tag says the watch is "nos". What does that mean exactly? I'll put a few pictures up.
Well, all my pictures exceed the maximum upload size, so I'll post a link to an album on my facebook page. Please don't screw around with my profile though.
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The watch functions perfectly, and in some cases keeps better time than my Citizen and Victorinox.
Thank you for taking the time to read this post.
 

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Hello,

Sounds like a nice watch, "nos" means 'New old Stock'.

Is it really in as new condition?... unfortunately your facetube pics won't show on my PC, do I have
to be a member?
 

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15 jewel, 18 size gr. 51 from about 1901.

The case is not original to the movement, and is significantly newer than it.

It's definitely not NOS.
 

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Thank you all very much for the great information! If it isn't too much trouble, could you place a value on this watch?
 

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No - sorry - as a matter of policy we do not attempt valuations in this forum. There are stickies explaining why. Cheers.
 
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