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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

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Pocket Watch Serial Number Lookup - Hamilton, South Bend, Illinois, Rockford, Waltham & Elgin Pocket Watches
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Waltham No. 630 #10555632 Details

Image of Waltham No. 630 #10555632 Movement
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Image of Waltham No. 630 #10555632 Dial
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Image of Waltham No. 630 #10555632 Case
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16s
1899
17j
Pendant
Nickel
A. W. C. Co.
3576231
Case has tarnishing and wear near crown where use would occur most often. There is no signifying marks suggesting the metal type, but there seems to be multiple layers. The wear on the top portion of case seems to reveal a gold colored metal, most likely base metal.
Enamel
Single-Sunk
Roman
WALTHAM
Would be perfect if not for the small chip on the edge near the four hour mark. Also, the second hand is missing.
10555632
Safety Barrel.
17 Jewels Adjusted.
A.W.W.Co. Waltham, Mass.
F S (on regulator)