Hello all, I dug through some of my old things and came up with a Pencron pocket watch from circa 1975 and after winding it I was amazed to discover it still keeps near perfect time having only lost about 30 seconds in the last couple of weeks. I know the year it was sold because it was given to me as a gift when leaving the employ of JC Penny Co in that very year by a group of fellow employees. I carried it until 1988 when it was put away. I've long since lost the box and any info sheet it contained. It has a flip open cover with a raised image, it is of a forest setting with a dog chasing a stag and a hunter aiming a rifle at the deer. It is heavy and I believe the case is some type of cast metal and looks to be gold plated with the gold worn off slightly on the images and on the rear cover which I believe snaps off. It is a side winder and has Pencron on the dial face above a horseshoe shaped wreath of three pink/orange flowers with leaves. Below the wreath it is lettered "17 Jewels" with the word "Incabloc" below that. On either side of the numeral 6 are the words "Swiss Made". Can anyone possibly shed light on just which Swiss Company may have produced it and any other interesting info about it if any ? Les H.