My first guess is a low jewel watch movement from europe. But the pictures are so dim and out of focus it is difficult to say anything conclusive.
The end of the 19th and begining of the 20th century.Its probably Schild or FHF movement inside.
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It's a pin set cylinder movement, common Swiss format from about 1880 to 1910. Prior to that it would have been key set and key wound.
American production seemed to skip this style of movement and jump from key set, key wound straight to crown set, crown wound pallet lever movements (or pin lever for the cheaper ones) in the late 1800s.
If it's a gold case, I would look for Swiss or British hallmarks
what do you think the price is???
one man offered me 3000 kuna (about 520 dollars)
what do you thinik should i take that or is it value more*????
At this point, your guess is probably better than any of ours.
Sorry, but we just do not do valuations in this forum.
“Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects."
Will Rogers (1879 - 1935)
Please don't PM me to ask for a valuation - I won't attempt one.
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