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Admin31.07.2021

Pocketwatch 101

All these features, cut bimetallic temperature compensation balance with gold timing screws, gilded plates, blued screws, full jewelling and an overall high level of finish, show that Longines was making watches intended for the top end of the British market.
Admin16.08.2021

Swiss & German Watch Manufacturers' Trademarks Illustrated

The smaller image shows a curly "M" trademark which can usually be found on the bottom plate under the dial.
6105
Admin29.06.2021

Elgin Watches Serial Numbers

It is not known exactly when this modification to the cover plate was introduced, but it seems to have been around 1930, and Eterna might have been the manufacturer who introduced it.
2906
Admin10.08.2021

Identification of Pocket Watch Movement

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Admin30.08.2021

Identification & Dating

Never use a screwdriver to try to open a case.
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Admin16.07.2021

How to Identify Vintage Pocket Watches

The five movements shown in the group below all have identically located setting lever screws, and all but the first have identical clicks.
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Admin24.08.2021

How to Identify Vintage Pocket Watches

The movement shown in the first three images is from a wristwatch.
1903
Admin03.09.2021

Watch Movements

Schild 13''' thirteen ligne Calibre 137 Reference 1333 movement from a wristwatch officially issued by the War Department in circa 1917.
2807
Admin06.08.2021

Swiss Watch Movements: A Guide

It is slightly different from the group of movements in the section below; the click is different and the setting lever screw is in a slightly different place.
7904
Admin16.06.2021

Elgin Watches Serial Numbers

This movement was also supplied to Gruen in the USA.
8607