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Posted 6 years ago

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I have recently an old pocket watch whilst looking through a box I have had in my house since my grandad passed away in 2003.

In it was a pocket watch which I would really like to know about if anything can be done.

When I open the back on the first cover it says
guarantee Gold filled for 5 years

there is also a symbol of a spiky m with a t cutting through it

a 2nd cover covers the watch mechanism and that has the number 7929

The mechanism only says Swiss Made 10 Jewels

There is also a strange symbol on the reverse I cannot find anything otu about

This is all I can find

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  1. williamsa16, 6 years ago
    Thanks for this,

    I presumed it wasn't worth as much but I am committed to restoration as much as it can be. The mainstream places I took it took it as a write off I presume because fixing it is more than its actual worth. Though I would love to keep it and pass it down to my child when he is older.

    Do you know where I could get this fixed and learn more about its history
  2. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 6 years ago
    I will add a little to what AR8Jason told you. It is a Demi-Hunter case and it looks like it is brass. I would definately have it fixed. First have a good jeweler solder the front cover back on. You will need two crystals, 1 over the inner dial and the other in the outer cover (small hole). You will need a new set of hands also.
    This is a relatively easy fix for any good watchmaker. Look for an old time watch maker in your area. History will be a little harder to obtain. It looks like it is late 1800's. Good Luck.
  3. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 6 years ago
    Yes, if you enlarge the picture of the front cover you can clearly see where the crystal fits neatly. I will try to find one and show you.
    I have owned several and enjoyed them.
  4. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 6 years ago
    If you Google "Demi Hunter" or "Half Hunter pocket watch" you will find many examples like this watch.

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