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Going through my "Junk" I have this Waltham Riverside in running order BUT in need of some TLC, what I cannot find any information is the Case the only mark is this Bear and I have searched all over but alas no information.
Does anyone know what this means ??
I have this watch it works great and keeps time to a few seconds a day which is good??
The dial is Omega and I dated it as a 1902.
BUT I cannot find any information on the movement there is no reference to Omega only the name "Sheppard's Special"
Does anyone have any information on...
Here is another I have an Elgin Gold Filled 25 year I think can anyone confirm if I am right
1 - Model 2
2 - year 1899
It came with a chain about 24" long with a Bow Ribbon ladies pin, hunter case no engravings with the stem at 3:00 O'Clock
does anyone have any history? The pictures do not...
I acquired this watch a few years ago and was wondering if I am correct?
1 - A Grade 925?
2 - Year 1900
3 - Railroad??
I noticed that there was no 925 thread on the Hamilton three page
It is sterling silver with I believe a Gold inlay of a Cabin on the back
Is this something with...
I bought this watch a few years ago from an antique dealer for about $100.00, it is Sterling silver I think 1890 from the hallmark.
It was made by John Safety in Carluke Scotland.
Can anyone help on the real age and any history?
Hi, OK so I bought this watch a few years ago and tried to do some research on it.
What I found out is that it is a Naval watch made for the Canadian / British Navy in 1942 or so
The manufacture number is 3C1338 which I believe is the number to trace the history back.
Can anyone help me to...
OK so I am new here BUT I have been buying old pocket watches for a few years some working some not working I managed to get information on most Not American watches but European are harder.
I have a Thomas Russel & Son pocket watch with a serial number of 8374 and would like to date the watch...