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    Posted 9 years ago

    jimborasco
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    Hamilton, 21 jewel 992 Serial# 2513222 circa 1933 Why is there a smaller wheel under the crown? pwcollector, toolate2, thisoldwatch, AR8Jason....Tell me all you can about this watch. Throw me a bone guys. Y'all are the best. I mean that! Thanks Jimbo

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    1. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 9 years ago
      Hi,
      It has a very nice "Montgomery" dial. It may be a lever set, so unscrew the bezel and look for a tiny lever around 1 o'clock. I think I see faint scratches it this area on the dial. A true Railroad watch must have at least 17-jewels and must be a lever set.
      Thanks for showing us this impressive watch.
      Jim
    2. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 9 years ago
      Good questions. I see some "ghost" case screw marks, which would indicate this movement is not original to this case. I looked in Ehrhard's Hamilton and saw 3 Hamilton railroad cases, the most popular being the "bar over crown", where the crown is always marked "Hamilton Railroad". The second railroad case is their #16 with a "Montgomery dial". I think this watch has been re-cased at sometime in its life. An original case is almost always marked Hamilton on the inside of the back cover along with "Railroad Model".
      I hope this helps,
      Jim
    3. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 9 years ago
      There is one on Ebay right now with the same double crown. 120934087327
      This watch has also been recased to a Keystone, J.Boss.
      Jim
    4. jimborasco jimborasco, 9 years ago
      Yes, i forgot to mention it is in fact a lever set. Thank you guys for all your help.
    5. jimborasco jimborasco, 9 years ago
      Thanks for the love BELLIN....Jimbo
    6. jimborasco jimborasco, 9 years ago
      Thanks mikie and official

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