During the service, the watchmaker took a picture of the movement behind the dial. I looked at it briefly and don't think I saw anything. I asked him to send the picture to me. Still waiting on it. He also found an Agassiz movement very similar to mine. Still waiting on a link for that too.
I've been on the hunt for an ID of this movement for a while now. I've contacted Vacheron & Constantin, Blancpain, Longines, Audemars Piguet, and they all said it wasn't theirs. Jaeger LeCoultre said it probably isn't theirs but can't be sure without looking through the archives (which...
I found a very similar movement to ours here (just flipped) that's an Agassiz:
movement number is 106272
How do you look under the dial? If I only have to unscrew a few screws without taking apart the movement, I'll do it, but I'm no expert in pocket watches and don't really want to mess with the movement.
After searching LeCoultre ebauche, I found this thread
with a picture very similar to my watch's movement, but the regulator is different.
I've been passed down a Swiss pocket watch that doesn't say who made the movement. I've been told that it was probably made around 1900 give or take a decade. The movement serial number is 97996 and the case serial number is 484981 that is probably an H. Muhr's Sons case Crown edition...