Hello, I got this watch after my grand grandfather. I've never been into watches, but I kinda want to keep and use this one, because it's from a man who had really interesting life and killed many ..... and than even more comrads. And since I spent last few days trying to find out what it is and how to restore it, I really felt in love with it and old pocket watches all together. It's a new, fascinating world for me :) can someone please give me some advise about how to find out what it is and the best way to restore it? and no bids please, as I sad, it's a memory, one of few, of a man I admired, so not for sale.
As you see, I already took out movement thing, case is being cleaned at this moment. As I don't know what is it made of, I didn't want to use chemical stuff, so it's swiming in cocacola :D allready cleaner, so I can see some more numbers scratched in to it, will make some photo tomorrow. movement is totally dead, hairspring looks broken :( but if it could be made about 150 years ago, I am sure it can be reapired in 21st century :)