14k Gold Unsigned Pocket Watch. Can someone help identify?

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    14k Gold Unsigned Pocket Watch. Can someone help identify?

    This watch is unsigned. The only hallmarks are "K.14" and there is a faint hallmark possibly a sitting lion facing to the right. There is a serial number on the case, but I know that doesn't help. No numbers or marks on the movement. Any help with age and maker will be greatly appreciated.
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    Re: 14k Gold Unsigned Pocket Watch. Can someone help identify?

    About all I can say is that it is Swiss, late 19th or early 20th century and of high quality.

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: 14k Gold Unsigned Pocket Watch. Can someone help identify?

    If the lion is a squirrel, the case is also Swiss.
    Maybe you can support a pic of the hallmark or identify it from the pics here.
    Best regards, Mike

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    Re: 14k Gold Unsigned Pocket Watch. Can someone help identify?

    Quote Originally Posted by mike184 View Post
    If the lion is a squirrel, the case is also Swiss.
    Maybe you can support a pic of the hallmark or identify it from the pics here.
    I can't get a good picture of the hallmark for the life of me, but after examining it for a while it is squirrel. I saw a watch on the auction website a "Charles Nicolet" Movements are very similar. Any thoughts?

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    Re: 14k Gold Unsigned Pocket Watch. Can someone help identify?

    I don't know enough about Nicolet movements to comment much. However, the watch has the typical bridge style of that era so unless the movements are identical rather than just similar, it is probably not a Nicolet movement.

    Hartmut Richter

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