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    Posted 9 years ago

    stwillia76
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    After two years I looked at this watch again. I was amazed that the back of the watch was off. I was unable to get the back off and could not identify this watch. Well now it is opened and guess what. I am still unable to identify the movement. There is no company or marks on the movement itself. The case was made by J.B.B.
    I do know this. It is a trench watch. It is heavy. It is not gold, How in the world can someone identify this watch when there is no info?
    The movement is moving inside and the second hand is moving.
    Anybody out there have an idea as to who made this watch?

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    1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      should pop apart at the center seam around the case, use a loupe or magnifying glass and should be an indent where the pry spot is located
    2. stwillia76 stwillia76, 9 years ago
      Believe it or not, I can't find any indention anywhere. This piece is very tight. I guess I might have to go to a jeweler to open it. I Still don't know what kind it is.
    3. stwillia76 stwillia76, 7 years ago
      After two years I looked at this watch again. I was amazed that the back of the watch was off. I was unable to get the back off and could not identify this watch. Well now it is opened and guess what. I am still unable to identify the movement. There is no company or marks on the movement itself. The case was made by J.B.B.
      I do know this. It is a trench watch. It is heavy. It is not gold, How in the world can someone identify this watch when there is no info?
      The movement is moving inside and the second hand is moving.
      Anybody out there have an idea as to who made this watch?

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