Hello all. I am new to this forum and to watch collecting. Recently opened up my great uncle's safe deposit box and found this pocket watch. I have searched for information on New York Standard Watch Company and determined this watch was probably made around 1888. The serial # on the movement is 52228. The case is stamped "warranted 14K U.S. Assay". The heavy gold chain makes me believe my great aunt wore it as a necklace watch. The gold case has greenish-yellow coloring on the leaves surrounding a crest on one side and a bird on the other. After so many years sitting dormant, it started ticking with the first wind and is running beautifully. Is there any rarity to this piece? Any comments or opinions are welcome.