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Waltham Pocket Watches25 of 152Great Grandpa's Watchpocket watch I inherited from my mother, I need help to find out about it.
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Dallibone
    (99 items)

    This Waltham Pocket Watch is 17 Jeweled. It has a train on the case as well as the face of the dial. Inside of the case says.. Waltham watch co FRANCE HP40

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    1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 5 years ago
      Not a Railroad Approved watch, but sorta neat piece to carry. Nothing really special, a cheaper watch for consumer market to attract "Rail Road" buffs
    2. Dallibone Dallibone, 5 years ago
      Any ideas when it was made. Waltham watch co signature on the movement is very small idk when they did that
    3. pops52 pops52, 5 years ago
      To add to Kerry's comment:
      Every watch "movement" that Waltham produced was engraved with an individual serial number. That number can be used to estimate the date of production.

      Waltham continued to manufacture watches until 1957. The rights to the name "Waltham Watch Company" were sold to various companies who continued to sell imported watches using the Waltham name.

      This watch likely has no relationship to the original Waltham other than the name.

    4. kerry10456 kerry10456, 5 years ago
      Circa 1970's

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