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Bill B. Wrote:Your first stop is MF's IWC PW website. Michael site is invaluable for learning about vintage IWC PW'shttp://www.iwcpocketwatch.com/
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:There are literally thousands of disks and case configurations. We can tell you more with the movement and case serial numbers.Pocket watches usually are categorized by movement types. You should compare yours to the movements shown on the site.That said, I will bet you have a calibre 74 finger bridge movement watch, made in the late 1920s. I am betting that based on the dial and case design.
Michael Friedberg Wrote:I can't tell if the six digit number you gave is the case or movement number. If it is a movement number, you have a cal. 57 from 1928. If it is the case number it also is from the late 1920s.