I've recently come into possession of two of my grandfather's old pocket watches and know nothing about them, one of which is below. I would be extremely grateful for any information or direction as to obtain more specifics. I have tried the old internet, but have exhausted my limited capabilities & am at the end of my rope. Eventually I think I would need to get them insured so I need to know as much about them as possible as to not be taken advantage of when calling in the policy. Many thanks in advance for any and all help. Here are the details as I've been able to gather them. I'm going to post as many detailed pictures as I can in the hopes that someone sees something important! Has NO identification on the watch face Has a door covering watch face and two doors over the movement on the rear. First cover says (): Flgtron LGH 14467 and on the bottom near the hinge: 21142 Second door's outer engravings are (to the best of my ability to read): B. Saval a St. Jmier (I know St. Imier is popular with watch makers, but to me, it looks like a J) No 21142 Hands (hole) Patent Lever (hole) Full Jewelled Inside this cover are the watch gears etc, but as far as I can tell, no markings with the exception of the S-----F spring adjustment... I've read as much as I can find, I'm assuming B. Saval was an independent watch maker in St. Imier, but I don't know anything other than that... The watch has a small winding tool that works, winds the movement and sets the hands. However the hour hand is loose and flops about a bit. So many thanks again! Thanks for reading, thanks for any help, thanks for letting me continue this search!