1. Hamilton Watch Co.

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    Hamilton: A Thumbnail DescriptionThe Hamilton Watch Co. started up in Lancaster, PA in the middle 1890's (see Greg Frauenhoff

  2. The Watch Guy: DATING OR DETERMINING THE AGE OF …

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    how to date or determine the age of a vintage wrist or pocket watch

  3. A Short History of the American Antique Pocket Watch ...

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    Tom McIntyre talks about antique pocket watches, discussing key manufacturers, the mechanics behind the watches, the varying types, and the ...

  4. The Illinois Pocket Watch - Illinois Watch Company

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    The Illinois Pocket Watch Company is well described in this story written in 1913. This was from a paper handed to me by a colleague who discovered it by chance ...

  5. Pocket Watch Parts & Their Descriptions

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    A comprehensive A to Z of pocket watch parts & descriptions...

  6. Identification & Dating | Horology - The Index

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    Identification of clock/watch models and makers and when they were made

  7. Vintage & Pocket watches

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    Vintage & Pocket watches - Forum dedicated to vintage and pocket watches

  8. Gruen Watch Company - Renaissance Watch Repair

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    Gruen Watch Serial Numbers and Production Dates. Gruen watches are notoriously difficult to date. No accurate date/serial number records exist for Gruen watches.

  9. Antique Watch Fobs - Collector Information | Collectors Weekly

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    Popular during the Victorian Era, watch fobs were medallions or ornaments attached to a pocket watch by a strap, chain, or ribbon to help the wearer locate and ...

  10. Watch - Wikipedia

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    A watch is a small timepiece intended to be carried or worn by a person. It is designed to keep working despite the motions caused by the person's activities.