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    Posted 6 years ago

    acrk11
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    I have added a pic of inside back cover. It has an 800 silver mark and a grouse hallmark for 800 silver. It also has B.B. 11 stamped above the serial number. I have this watch that looks pretty old. It had a sellers sticker that said 800 silver but there are no markings anywhere. I can't seem to get the back off for more clues. Can anyone put a makers name on this watch.

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    1. surfdub66 surfdub66, 6 years ago
      .800 silver!!
      I would of thought its European !
      Only way t know is to take off the back ..
    2. Bron357, 5 years ago
      Yes 800 is European silver (Sterling is 925). The numbers on the face look Art Deco so I'd say 1930s / 1940s. The watchmaker (of the movement) would normally be on the back of the movement or it might just say "Swiss". There is no name on the front so it's more a generic watch. It was common for the front face of the watch to be left "unnamed" unless it was a well known manufacturer ie Longines or Omega

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