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Discussion in 'American Pocket Watches' started by Jaymz, Mar 23, 2010.
Here a very unusual one marked "Jaccard Watch Co. Kansas City Mo"
Great - both of them. Shame about the Jaccard movement's condition... not a common piece, no doubt...
The movement( just missing regulator and hairspring) and dial are going to be restored by a master watchmaker Also a proper hunting case correct to the period of the watch will house this rare bird.
I have found a picture of Jaccard's store in Kansas City Mo. year 1888 just a few years later this Aurora movement was made for them
Hey all, I'm a newbee and inherited several Aurora's from my dad. Two have movements that are higher grade. Looking for any info you guys can give me. Also the Puzzle movement has a broken mainspring and I'm looking for someone in the Chicago area to repair it. My dad was from Aurora by the way. Thanks
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The Aurora on the left is a grade 7-Htg which was RR grade in its time. The one on the right is a grade 14 (if it's pendant set) or 22-OF (if it's lever set).
I can recommend a friend in Chicago who does repairs. I will pm the name to you.
This thread is rather old but, just in case, does anyone have any new high grade Auroras to share?