Hello, I'm a newbie, please be kind.
I'm trying to identify the symbols on a silver pocket watch, owned by my great-grandmother (1884–1942) in Latvia. It was probably bought in the 1920s, Swiss-made and inexpensive/common for its time (my great-grandmother was not a rich woman).
The symbols are: four slightly overlapping circles in a horizontal row, all containing a circle of laurels. From left to right, the circles contain: what looks like a laurel wreath, a left-facing woman's head, a right-facing man's (?) head, and a squarish symbol… possibly a trolley? Or a horn?
Other numbers (maybe serial numbers?):
And what could be a stylized H, or could be just a scratch.
The other wording/symbols I've already identified (thanks to searching the forums) are:
Cylindre Remointoire 10 rubis = cylinder escapement, stem-wound, with 10 jewels (ruby bearings)
0,875, 84 and symbol of a standing bear = 87.5% (or 84 zolotniki) silver, made in Switzerland for export sale