Enter the serial number from the pocket watch movement below. Do not use the case number. Tips for looking up your watch

How to Find Info About Your Pocket Watch

The Pocket Watch Database has compiled data covering the major American pocket watch manufacturers and created an easy way to find information using the serial number on the watch movement. Here are a few tips to find information about your pocket watch:

  1. Always input the serial number from the pocket watch movement (the "mechanism" of the watch).
  2. Never use the serial number from the case or any other part.
  3. Always select the correct manufacturer, which is usually stamped on the watch movement or dial.
  4. If the manufacturer is not listed on the site, you may have a "private label" watch or it may not be American-made.
  5. If the serial number includes a letter, enter it along with the number when using the lookup feature.
  6. Many pocket watch case backs screw off. Others may require a dull wide blade to pry or pop the cover. Be careful not to scratch or damage the movement.
  7. Consider uploading images of your watch by creating a collection account on the website. This is compeltely free and assists in promoting research in American horology.
  8. Understand that many companies did not keep accurate or complete records. As a result, information displayed on this site may have inaccuracies. This is to be expected, and we have included an option to report inaccurate information on the result pages so the database can be continually improved.
Pocket Watch Serial Number Lookup - Hamilton, South Bend, Illinois, Rockford, Waltham & Elgin Pocket Watches
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Hamilton 929 #87356 Details

Image of Hamilton 929 #87356 Movement
Movement Image

Image of Hamilton 929 #87356 Dial
Dial Image

Image of Hamilton 929 #87356 Case
Case Image

John C. Dueber
Case has normal wear and tear expected for a 118 year old Coin silver case.. wear us noticeable wear you have to use a tool to pop open cuvette and back cover. Hinges work as expected and to 90° respectfully.
Hamilton Watch Co.
Dial in exceptional shape, no lines to be found, high gloss look. Roman numerals are nice and complete... no flakes or chips. Hands are in like new condition, bright Cobalt Blue!
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Hamilton Watch Co.
Lancaster, Pa.