I have recently bought my first pocket watch and really liked it until I've been told that I have probably been ripped off.
The seller mentioned that "the the best of his knowledge, the clockwork is a Unitas 6479".
With some initial research I've found some very similar pictures of such clockworks.
However, later I have read about the significance of glued and screwed anchor pins hinting to a Seagull st3600 rather than an Unitas 6497.
Then again I have found a site with nearly the same clockwork (only difference is the colour difference in some of the gear wheels) - and there the pins are glued as well. My post count is not high enough yet to post the link, but it can be found with google: "mouvement unitas 6497 squelette rhodié".
Could anyone please provide some insight? Would you need additional macro pictures?
I have attached the front and back of the clock and the macro of the anchor.
Thank you so much!