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    Mysterious watch?

    So this was my great-grandmothers watch and I wanted to get a little history on the watch but I cannot find anything on the watch whatsoever. I've spent a little over an hour searching for it but nothing has come up? It says it is a Waltham but thats all i can find about it. Does anyone know anything about it???
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    Re: Mysterious watch?

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    Maybe there is a treasure map that is graved inside the caseback. With a good magnifying glasses one could read the instructions ?
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    Re: Mysterious watch?

    Appears to be in more than decent shape. 1960s, maybe early 1970s.

    If you want to know more, pictures of the movement and both sides of the case back (where all the relevant info is usually located - case material type, and so on) will be needed.
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