Unknown 18k beauty!

by Michael Vandling
(Kent Island, MD)

Face of unknown watch

Face of unknown watch

I am having a very hard time identifying this beautiful watch. There are NO #'s inside of the guts that can be seen. The Case has inscriptions "Aigulles" "ERI" or "ERT", 4909 and 10806(partially obscured in the picture) I believe that the "M. Jackson" inscription was one of the owners. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Pocket Watch with Pouch

by Kim
((Michigan, USA))

Pocket watch with pouch

Pocket watch with pouch

Does anyone know what the heck this pocket watch make is? There is no make/model anywhere on the watch. It was my Nanny's, dated at early 1900's. It was purchased in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

The only words I can make out are in German for "fast" and "slow". Have taken to a jeweler and antique dealer, both said it's a rare piece but have no idea of what it is. It has a key and does work.

If you have any ideas, I'd be interested in any information. Thanks!

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Information on this unnamed pocket watch

by Walker I Broyles
(Fredericksburg, Va)

What am I?

What am I?

This pocket watch has no numbers and no name is visible anywhere, absolutely nothing. I don't know whether this is normal for old pocket watches or not?

The case is 18kt gold and very fancy. The dial is gold also. This watch is key wind and key set. The case is marked "Savoy & Son", which I don't think has any relation to the movement. It has a crown with 18 under it as a hallmark. This is a hunter case pocket watch. The dust cover is spring loaded and opens at about a 90° angle from the back cover. The watch size is 18.

Can anyone help with some information on this pocket watch?

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Identify of this Pocket Watch?

by Nike Ganci
(Farmington, CT)

Unidentified Pocket Watch

Unidentified Pocket Watch

We recently found this pocket watch and have no idea what it might be. It was a gift to my wife's grandfather in 1914 most likely in Maryland. Has a silver niello case and swiss movement.

If anyone has any idea what this watch might be I'd be pleased to hear from them.

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