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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Old gold (18k) pocket watch. 1850-1870. Made by Auguste Courvoisier.
    That's all I know about it.
    Really don't know the value.

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    1. Doctorudi, 6 years ago
      Please help me to identify and evaluate this pocket watch.
    2. tempusfigit, 6 years ago
      This watch could be made for the Turkish market regarding the right upper dial with the Ottoman hourmarkers.
      It is a nice looking watch. I have never seen a watch like this one. I think it's a rare piece.
    3. pw-collector pw-collector, 6 years ago
      I agree with tempusfigit that the Turkish market was part of the manufactures intentions. Here is a key-wind I posted that I was told was for the Turkish market. The dial is like the upper right dial on yours.
    4. thisoldwatch thisoldwatch, 6 years ago
      Great dial. The Courvoisier's were a watchmaking family from Switzerland and London. Your watch looks Swiss-made. They were known for their high-end watches. This is a site where you can look at an example.
    5. Stillwater Stillwater, 6 years ago
      Value is something you'll have to research yoruself, or pay to have an appraisal

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