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I own a chronometer by TS Cogdon & Son. I found this watch and had to buy it
I have Longines chronograph #1368584 caliber 19.73. Longines dated the watch to 1903/04. The movement has no serial number. Longines also
A fellow member has just acquired a #1 banjo. He is looking for hands and the bottom glass. Does anyone
have any suggestions?
John: I own Elgin 494 #33595687. It has a white dial.
In the1870s Gallet made movements that are much like yours.
Here is a photo of a signed Leon L Gallet movement. Compare it with my photo of the Oskamp
I am updating this thread. I believe the maker is Leon L. Gallet. (12/31/1832 to 1899. He was running the Gallet firm during the 1870s.
I am still wondering who made the movement. I am also curious about the case maker. The language used to indicate the features
of the movement...
Since the presentation says to my husband, Dec.25, 1877. I surmise it is the wife's picture. The recipient was M. D. Barker.
Yes, it does have wolf's teeth winding gears. The type of lever setting is also interesting.
Here are pictures;
I have seen this movement in a watch marked Tiffany. Could this movement have a chronometer escapement?
I am looking at a Swiss watch marketed in the USA by Oskamp. The dial is marked C. Oskamp,
Cincinnati. The inside of the front cover has...
Anybody with dates and numbers for J. Alfred Jurgensen? I have #734.
A number of years back I was in Odessa, USSR. It was before the collapse of the USSR. At the time the country was desperate for foreign
Allan: Looking at the watch numbers and the repair dates, I wonder about the Roskell numbering system . Could his shop have made the quanity
If you use electronic testing at two places on a 14k gold filled case, won't it show as 14K gold?
Here is the dial on my Am'n model 88.
Did the 17 size Sangamo Special model 10 come with a 48 hour motor barrel?
This thread made me get out my model 72 and re-read the article by Guest. I own # 2809097. The article states the 72s are 17 size. I don't think...
Allan: It is in a pair case. The outer case shows A T in a square cameo with sharp corners indicating 1815. The lion may or may not be crowned....