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Bill B. Wrote:It's a Pallweber pocket watch. Use the search function, magnifying glass at top right, and do a Pallweber search. The are several experts here, including of course our moderator. Good luck.
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:There's also more about Psllweber models on my pocket watch website iwcpocketwatch.com
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Bill B. Wrote:Visit and download the Date Your IWC at this website for more info:http://www.moeb.ch/dyIWC/
Michael Friedberg Wrote:Hi Lisa,This is a digital pocket watch, as opposed to an analog one (like our normal watches, that tell time by pointing hands at markers that we then "interpret").The top opening or window shows the hours and the middle window shows the minutes. Seconds are show by the subdial at the bottom.This watch was the invention of an Austrian named Joseph Pallweber, who licensed it to IWC (and later to other companies). You can find out more about him and digital watches via Google.IWC made these watches in the mid-1880s, as mentioned on my pocket watch webite (http://www.iwcpocketwatch.com/pallweber.html). There is more about these watches on this forum if you simply search (see the magnifying glass at upper right) using the word Pallweber.Regrettably, your dial is severely cracked, which limits value.