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Thank you. I just posted those pics. The family member this was from is not known and there really is not family value from this as it was essentially from an outsider member of our family and just forgotten about. If that makes senseWelcome to the NAWCC forum
I'm sure others will give you more information but a family
watch(you said you inherited it) is a very nice thing to own
and pass down through the family even if the gold value is
worth more than the watch. That being said we need to see the
inside of the watch the works(the movement inside) to know
exactly what you have. Please post some photos if you can.
Did Arnex start maybe a few years before you joined them? I have this watch, purchased in 1968 from the jeweler named on the dial.Among all those parts were two pocket watches; an open face 18.5’” with an enamel dial with a cow (UT6431) ...