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1912 D.E. Black Pocket Watch? Anyone know anything about it?

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Posted 7 years ago

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Hey there, first time on here. Was just curious about this Pocket Watch my father and I have had for 15 years. I literally cannot find anything about the watch or it's potential value. I found some historical info about D.E Black but its mostly about buildings and that he was a jeweler. All I can find about the name on the face is D.E. Black, Calgary, Canada and a date of 1912 on the watch. Also has some initials on the back as well. Believe it or not it still winds and works. Also there is a series of numbers (serial number?) engraved on the inside case as well. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated! Thanks Guys!!


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  1. FENWAY24SOUTH, 7 years ago
    Hey thanks for the response. I opened the back and I found the name Cashier A.W.C Co. Gold Filled 796932.
  2. fossilhunter fossilhunter, 7 years ago
    This looks like a private label Waltham, I could be mistaken, not an expert but have researched others extensively online. Open the back and check the "movement" for a serial number/maker, then either repost the serial/maker or google it. The marks on the case are for the case only and do not represent the movement maker.
  3. FENWAY24SOUTH, 7 years ago
    Okay so I did open the cover that shows the movement and it stated the following:
    D.E. Black Calgary, Canada 15 jewels S 3058153 and 796932 and then there were a series of numbers that I can barely read. So is this a D.E Black made pocket watch with a Cashier American Watch Company case?
  4. kerry10456 kerry10456, 7 years ago
    I would like to see a picture of the movement. D.E.Black used several movements in their watches, it is possible to have an Omega or Longines movement.
  5. PSiloveyou, 6 years ago
    Made By Waltham For D.E. Black. Go Online Or look at a Cooksey Shugert Book & It will tell you when it was made & How many in its Production.

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