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Bill B. Wrote:First step is to visit MF's PW website at Click here for the site. The second step is to post a picture for a response from our experts here on the forum.
brewster845 Wrote in reply to:Bill B. Wrote:First step is to visit MF's PW website at Click here for the site. The second step is to post a picture for a response from our experts here on the forum.
brewster845 Wrote in reply to:brewster845 Wrote:http://s1136.photobucket.com/albums/n485/Geoffrey105/Hi Bill, Here is the link to some pictures of the PW. Hope it was done correctly. Any information you can give would be greatly appreciated.Thank you.
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shing Wrote:Geoffrey, I think further pics and information is needed from your PW before others can comment.===============================Closeup pics of the dial, casing, movement would help, if u could share them here on this forum. The case number and movement number will also assist greatly. For pocket watches, to see the movement number you would need to open up the back of the pocket watch, which a good watchmaker can do for you without harming the timepiece. Thanks Shing, Will try to get the pics you are asking for. The case and movement numbers are:Case # 13490 Movement # 10472Thanks GeoffreyErstwhile, these below can assist for vintage / older watches:DateYourIWC by case and movement number (I prefer the applet version at the bottom), created by Marco SchönenbergerVintage CatalogsInstructions found here on how you can also order an extract from IWC archives to verify authenticity.Visit our moderator Michael Friedberg's excellent website on pocket watches, and compare both the dial and the movement designs. Many pocket watches have similar dials, so you may wish to look more for similarities in movement design. Picture Uploading - A Snappy Guide Step One: most people sign up for a free host at www.photobucket.comStep Two: Upload your pic, preferably in 640x480 sizeStep Three: Look for this box below and click on the URL beside IMG Code, and paste it directly in ‘Your Comment’ box when writing a new comment in the forum. Step Four: check that you have successfully uploaded the pic (like I have done with the image directly above :) by using the preview button i.e. clicking on the ‘tick’, just above the ‘Your Comment’ box. And you’re done ! If you are still facing issues, kindly consult this earlier discussion with clearer and more in depth instructions by two esteemed members.
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