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    Posted 6 years ago

    tywahn
    (3 items)

    I found an early American Walthum Watch Co. It's from 1890.
    It has a relatively low serial number. It's ar a clock maker in town who looks like Gepetto getting a little tune up. I love this watch. I like carrying it as my daily driver.

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    1. filmnet filmnet, 6 years ago
      any numbers, and is it gold?
    2. toolate2 toolate2, 6 years ago

      Wm Ellery Gr
      Movement Serial Number:4327163
      Grade:No. 3
      Model: 1883
      Estimated Production Year: 1890
      Run Quantity: 2,000
      Total Production:257,950
      Size:18s
      Jewels:11j
      Movement Configuration:Hunting
      Movement Finish:Gilt
      Movement Setting: Lever
      Plate: Full Plate
      Adjusted: No
      Railroad Grade: No
    3. toolate2 toolate2, 6 years ago
      Love to see more of the case! Have you seen the poster the NAWCC put out a while back featuring about a thirty different model 1883 movement and dial variations? Here's a link to it: http://www.americanhorologe.com/1883Poster.aspx

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