I am new on the watch block and, although I have owned a variety of watches, I have never owned a pocket watch; hence, my registration to Watchuseek. I recently inherited a gold (including hands) pocket watch. After careful scrutinizing, I found the watch to be in perfect operating conditon. There are a few minor dings on the cover and back, but it is a beautiful timepiece. It is monogrammed on the outside cover as to its original owner. The markings on the inside cover from top to bottom read: 18K inside a shield; a person's head possibly with a tiara; PROBUS SCAFUSIA encircled, with I.W.C. in the center separating the two words; numbered 607804. The white-colored dial has "Galli-Zurich" in script at top and a separate second hand at the bottom. The stem is pushed to open the case. Can anyone give me an idea of origin, age and value? :thanks before hand!