Swiss chronograph

Rodney Leon

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My newest Pocket watch. I was looking for the Waltham chronograph but found this very nice Swiss chronograph which looks like the Waltham. If anyone knows how to date these can you let me know, plus did they make these for Waltham? Timing & Repeating Watch Company. Swiss chronograph pocket watch, 17 jewel, Serial number 41928, Single sunk original enamel dial. Lever set. Start, stop and Flyback Seconds, Patent regulator movement. Movement marked Pat.Sept.28.80. Eng. Pat. No.3224. Crescent Planet 20 year gold filled case, with inner dust cover and coin edge (serial number 907083), 14 Size. Everything works, and keeps perfect time.

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eri231

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Waltham chronographs and repeaters were built by Prosper Nordmann on patents of Henry Alfred Lugrin. in 1890 Nordmann moved to Geneve and continued production with 50 employees in saint Jean Geneve. Timing & Repeating Watch Co. in the US was represented by Adolph Schwob nephew of Theodore Schwob of Tavannes.

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Rodney Leon

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Waltham chronographs and repeaters were built by Prosper Nordmann on patents of Henry Alfred Lugrin. in 1890 Nordmann moved to Geneve
Thanks for the information so would the date of my watch be around 1890-1900 for something to go by?
 
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