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dl6996 Wrote:I recently acquired a family pocketwatch. It has Tiffany & Co top center below the "12" and swiss at the base of the face--just below the 60 second clock. The movement number is 754058 and the case number is 65473. The interior of the watch shows it to be made by the international watch co.It shows 15 jewels.My brief research shows that it was either made in 1920 or around 1926. I can't seem to pin it down. Was this watch indeed made for Tiffany? Is my dating correct? Any help you can give would be appreciated as the dateyour iwc database seems to conflict with what i see--the database shows 17 jewels while the movement states 15.thanks for any help!
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There is no time in the now it's time for a watch.
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Ralph Ehrismann Wrote:I do not agreee. This is not a c.67. (maybe typing error)Normally the movements used for the "Cressarrow"' which wehere also sold to Tiffany was first the c.73 and then the movement c.77, with hidden winding wheels probalby specially produced for the US-Market. as this movement ist mostly found only in Cressarrow cases.
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