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    Help with identifying watch movements

    Hello All,
    Is anybody able to help me identify these three watch movements. They all appear to be from the 1930's or 1940's. I have also included pictures of the markings on the cases.
    Many thanks,
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    Re: Help with identifying watch movements

    From the case hallmarks, first is 9 carat gold Birmingham city with date stamp for 1930.
    Second is again nine carat, London city with date for 1930, the last is silver, import mark for London city date stamp is 1914, sponsor's mark is GS for George Stockwell.

    Someone else might help with the movements, I'm rubbish!
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    Now show us a dial-side shots

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    Re: Help with identifying watch movements

    Thanks for that. Here are the dials...Name:  IMG_4013.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbee View Post
    From the case hallmarks, first is 9 carat gold Birmingham city with date stamp for 1930.
    Second is again nine carat, London city with date for 1930, the last is silver, import mark for London city date stamp is 1914, sponsor's mark is GS for George Stockwell.

    Someone else might help with the movements, I'm rubbish!
    !
    Now show us a dial-side shots
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    Re: Help with identifying watch movements

    Nice watches, that last can be called a Trench watch!

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