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Thank you eri231. The case appears to be a hi grade of silver like sterling or maybe coin. Has serial numbers but nothing else. This watch runs fine and the case is in wonderful condition. I have another one that is larger and is either a vacheron or lecoultre but is unmarked. It is missing its winding crown that has a square hole of about 1.3mm diameter. It too runs fine and cased in hi grade silver. Again, thanks.
 

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It is possible to find US patents from 1790 on, but neither a search by date nor applicant's name didn't show up anything, that would be anyhow related to this watch. So I assume it's more likely to be a British patent.
 

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That is one strange 7. I would have sworn it was a 9 until I looked again at the patent design. Thanks enrico. I have another swiss movement I have been told is a LeCoultre that has the word {armida.. on it. And the lecoultre I can find on ebay, mine looks identical to them. I will post a photo of it. I've been trying to find a crown for it with a 1.3mm square hole in its stem.
 
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