Just just got 3 pocket watches from an old relative, passed down to me from my grandfather. I have earlier gotten some wristwatches from him that i have had restored, but i dont know much about pocketwatches. Can anyone help me with identifying them, if they are valuable i would consider having them restored by a watch maker:
Belonged to my great grandfather, who lived from 1880 - 1945 approx. The watchs is in very good condition, maby it has been restored before? Marked with "GT" on the movement, and "Métal" "806639" on the inside of the back plate. The watch case back is inscibed with his name and "Galonne" "0.800", "806639" and "GT". There is also a small inprint of a ferret like animal.
In poor condition, rust on arms. Probably says "Y.G. Linder" "Lund"(Lund is the city where he lived", no idea who Y.G. Linder is though. "13866" "AB" is found on the inside of the watch back.
Bleonged to my grandfather who lived 1920 - 2009. Says "Rymo" and "16130". OK condition.
It would be great if anyone could help me with information on these three watches.