A. Huguenin & Co. watch

Discussion in 'European & Other Pocket Watches' started by William Childers, Mar 29, 2012.

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  1. William Childers

    William Childers Registered User

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    Greetings Great Gods of Time, I was fortunate enough to aquire several watches recently that are of at least moderate interest for me. The hands have a small diamond in them and it feels like solid gold but I can't find a mark anywhere that would identify the material. This one is a A. Huguenin & Co. -->LOCALE<--. I think it may be a late 1800s transition watch but I am not certain. I know of A. Huguenin & Sons and A. Huguenin & Fils but when was it A. Huguenin & Co. ? Anyway, here are the photos of it. I am open to any feedback or knowledge you can share with me. Thank you for your help, Billy
     

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  2. randy1357

    randy1357 New Member

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    Hi Billy I also have a A. Huguenin & Co. pocket watch. Unforchantly I cannot tell you anything about yours. I recently posted pictures of mine on 10/11/12. Under A Huguenin & Co. Also trying to find any kind of information on it. Yours does look somewhat similar to mine. Nice Watch.
     
  3. Squite

    Squite Registered User

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    Brief history of the Huegenins here. Sounds like it's the same company. It also sounds like they were more of a case company than a watchmaker. This came from their website directly. I would say that movement looks 1890-ish to me.
     

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