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I have just had an old pocket watch fixed up. It has no inscription as to who the watch maker is.The only thing is the case is 9ct gold and made by the Dennison Watch case Co. It has a gold case over the glass face and 2 gold covers on the back. Can anyone help me as to where i can start looking for the maker. I'm intrigued.
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Thanks for your expertise The serial No on the movement is 198796C . Does this mean anything to you
 

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what color is the dial, and does it have a sub second hand at the 6 oclock position?
 

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The dail is white with nubers not roman numerals and it has a second hand at six o'clock with the winder at 3 o'clock
 

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take the movement numbers and post them in the vintage and pocket watch forum. they have the reference materials for the movement. you already know the casemaker. sorry I couldn't be more help but vintage isn't my forte.
 
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