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Pocket Watches604 of 1604Biltmore Pocket WatchMARVIN POCKET WATCH IN A TYRE SURROUND
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Stampaomb
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    I don´t know nothing on this watch... just that belonged to my Italian grandmother. If you can help me with some data'll give them the most sincere thanks.
    (If more images are needed... tell me please.)
    Greetings from Argentina.

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    1. otiamaria otiamaria, 5 years ago
      I think it's beautiful! I didn't have much success looking for info on it, but there are other members of this forum that are really knowledgeable on this subject. I'm gonna have to follow the comments on this because now I wanna know more, too! :)
    2. tempusfigit, 5 years ago
      There was a company named Perret in Le Locle (Switzerland) in the heart of the watchmaking area.

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