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Solved mystery items1958 of 4817My Lovely 'KRALIK PAPILLON' VaseSMALL LOMBOK RATTAN BASKET
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Posted 2 years ago

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Jake473
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Pocket watch: German - circa 1920's
1. Inside front lid – markings, icons, numerals
• Crown – small symbol/stamped mark
• Eagle in nest – small symbol/stamped mark
• Information engraved inside a shield-like outline

SG
0585
14 K

• Additional engraved information outside of the shield:
228
A 7
2. Clock face: Arabic numerals with black hour and minute hands – separate small dial for second hand
3. Inside rear lid – markings, icons, numerals
• Crown – same as front lid
• Eagle – same as front lid
• Information engraved inside a shield-like outline:
SG
0585
14K
Additional engraved information outside of the shield:
• 48228
• A7
4. Rear markings on clock mechanism:
For second mechanism: (fine second time adjustment)
A R
F S

Inscription:
Pelican

Mystery Solved

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  1. tempusfigit, 2 years ago
    See also: http://www.mikrolisk.de/show.php?site=280&letter=P&searchWhere=trademark&searchMode=exact&id=8#sucheMarker
  2. Jake473, 2 years ago
    Wow, I am impressed. That was quick. Thank you so much. By any chance do you know the approximate manufacturing date? I assume it was sometimes in the 1920's. And where I can obtain an approximate value? Again I am very grateful for your information and response.
  3. tempusfigit, 2 years ago
    It looks like a 1920-1930's watch.
    It is in a very good condition as far as I can see.
    Nice clean movement.
    I know nothing about prizes in the US. I live in the Netherlands and prizes of old watches here are not the same as prizes in the US.
  4. Jake473, 2 years ago
    Thanks again - you were of great help. Vielen Dank fuer ihre Hilfe!

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