Need info on Dueber Special pocket watch

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    Need info on Dueber Special pocket watch

    Hi- I am looking at a pocket watch that belonged to my great grandmother and I dont know much about it.
    It is gold in color and has a double case. Inside it has the number 461 44. The case says 4746144. There is also a number on the inside that says 1366992. Has the name Gen. Stark and has Canton, Ohio on it. It has the words Dueber Special on the case and a picture of an anchor maybe? It runs and keeps time. It is lever set. Case is fancy engraved.
    Any info is appreciated!
    Thanks!

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    Re: Need info on Dueber Special pocket watch

    The watch is a Hampden 12 size, and it's a 15 jewel movement.

    The Dueber Special case is a good quality gold filled case.
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    Re: Need info on Dueber Special pocket watch

    Just to add it was manufactured about 1900.
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    Re: Need info on Dueber Special pocket watch

    Thanks for the info! Does anyone know the value of this?

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    Re: Need info on Dueber Special pocket watch

    No, sorry - we don't attempt valuations in this forum. There are stickies explaining why. Cheers.
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    Please don't PM me to ask for a valuation - I won't attempt one.

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