I have a watch my father I believe bought years and years ago, dont know where but I had it around for years myself now, dont know where he got it at, but the tag at one time on it said England Circa 1820, dont know how accurate it is, but the pocket watch looks similiar to this
noting my watch is exactly like this one but no writting on the face of the clock and it has the chain and key still.
it does look worn down though, the watch in question still has its chain attached to it with a key on it with a 6 pointed star on one side of the key and a number 4 on the other side. Inside the cover I see a shield with the letters LP in it, as well as a image of a lion inside a box and the letter Z in another box. the Serial Number reads; 48169.
Inside where you wind it with the key on the back of the plate, it has the same symbols plus another which is a shield with an anchor in it, then above the serial numbers it has some writing that looks like CC1713 which looks like it was inscribed into it but its upside down from what everything else is.
The face in question where you put in the key to wind it up and where the keyhold is to adjust the clock it reads "Examined By Mann & Son Cross Glouscester.
I am assuming some of the watch was probably replaced at one point such as the face and that piece where it says it was examined.
Any idea what exactly I got here?