I have an old Elgin pocket watch that my grandfather gave me. I am 47 years old, so I am figuring this watch is from the 1800's. Anyway it's an Elgin watch, roman numerals for numbers & circle at the bottom for seconds. It still runs great.. When you open the watch to see time, on the other side there is some numbers & a tiny picture of an anchor on the inside plate.
I could not make out the numbers, but on the other side of the watch, on the inside plate, it says "Dueber", with the numbers 2322 1226
The pitures on it , front=a bird on right hand side, flower below it and what looks to be an edge of a picture frame with a half circle around the bird.
Back-same bird, same flower,half circle, but this time in the circle there is a farm house, or looks like a farm house.
The watch is gold in color not silver.
Has anyone ever come accross this watch & am wondering if anyone would no how much it would be worth?