Hoping someone will be kind enough to help me identify a pocket watch that is thought to have been purchased by my great-great grandfather in the mid-1800's in Georgia or North Carolina. Below is a verbal description; I have struggled to get good images. Movement (a replacement from around 1905): Elgin, 18 size, 17-jewel, serial # 11011101. Hunting Case (gold) Outside front: Engraved outer rim, center shield Inside front: "P & D" over a carved eagle over "54732" Outer back case outside: same as outside front, except no center shield Outer back case inside: same as inside front case plus in hand lettering "S3178" and "S3316" Inner back case outside: plain Inner back case inside: In the center, "54732" over "changed by Wendell & Co". In addition, several numbers are hand-lettered: #30368, #33192, #38325, 25721, and #189L Any help will be greatly appreciated.