- Sep 10, 2021
I've just bought a 1910 Hampden model 4 grade 440 pocket watch. Stunning Hampden script signature dial with an equally delightful two tone movement finish. Love the bridge layout. The movement appears to have been re-cased into a 25 year guarantee gold filled case, but the case is (I believe) period correct and suits the watch perfectly imo. I primarily usually collect Waltham's but I stumbled across this Hampden and the bug inside me kicked in. Does anyone know what the "Cashier" marking means on the inside of the case cover?