1812 Dwerrihouse pocket watch

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  1. RickyB

    RickyB New Member

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    Just purchased a 1812 Dwerrihouse Carter & Son. London. Royal Navy, pocketwatch.
    Was hopping to get more information about this beautiful time piece.
     
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    we will need pictures of dial case and movement. Clear and in focus.
     
  3. Keith R...

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    #3 Keith R..., Aug 4, 2019
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    Here is one for your comparison 1806. Second pic, verge on left.

    **Note, this one is Dwerrihouse & Carter.

    Keith R...

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    There is some info I posted about Dewrrihouse and partners in this thread Any Info regarding Dwerrihouse...not John

    RickyB - Interestingly, the Dwerrihouse in partnership at the time of your watch was Susanna, not John, Dwerrihouse...
     
  5. gmorse

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    Hi Ricky,

    I'm intrigued by your reference to 'Royal Navy' regarding this watch. Please post some pictures! You can attach pictures from your computer to your reply by clicking on the small landscape icon next to the smily in the top bar. The forum software will accept quite large images and scale them automatically if necessary.

    Regards,

    Graham
     
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