Mystery marking

Discussion in 'European & Other Pocket Watches' started by Dr. Jon, Oct 18, 2019.

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    This is a Webster small (14 size) half hunter going barrel freesprung watch. Unremarkable for a free sprung watch except for some markings I hope someone can identify.

    Here is the monogram on the back

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    I think two of the letter are "T" and "U" but the third mark is the mystery to me.

    It also has some marks in its inner cover which look oto have been very carefully made.
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    It is an otherwise nice but unremarkable. Are teh marks in the inside fo the front cover related to teh mystery part of the monogram? It the third figure of the monogram symbolic of anything or just decoration

    Here is the face.
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    and the movement

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    mono_s.jpg face+s.jpg movementfull_s.jpg
     
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