Star Case Watch Company? Help Please!

Discussion in 'European & Other Pocket Watches' started by bloodhound, Jul 15, 2007.

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  1. bloodhound

    bloodhound Registered User

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    Hi guys, I did a lot of research and found no answers. I have a pocket watch that is very old and small. Maybe 1 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch long. The case is silver or white gold. It has antique scrolling on the sides. The inside of the case reads" STAR CASE WATCH COMPANY" 14k gold filled. The back of the watch reads 16 sixteen jewels, swiss, fuxia watch. The face opens from the bottom. The top has a hinge. Have anyone heard of a small pocket watch
     
  2. CZHACK

    CZHACK Registered User

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    Pritchard notes in Swiss Timepiece Makers 1775-1975 that fuxia was another name used by Racine Freres in Bienne Switzerland and they were active in the early 1900s. Mike
     
  3. bloodhound

    bloodhound Registered User

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    Thanks for the info. Thanks for being helpful.
     

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