As requested, here are some pictures of my great grandfathers 1911 pocket watch.
I'm dating the watch by the hallmarks on the case. The face is signed Spikins London, from Dent. The 7 jewel movement is not signed, but is English. I had it serviced in 1996, and it runs strongly and when worn keeps time to -2 seconds a day.
I believe this watch to have a mid to low end movement, with a standard Dennison case complete with 97 years worth of wear, making it worth about £40. I'm never, ever selling and I know this site does not allow valuations and I'm not asking. However, I would appreciate any "Yes, ballpark" or "No, wildly innacurate" comments.
If anyone can tell me any more about the watch'es, or movement's origins I'd be very pleased to hear from you.
The movement serial number is 301418, the case is 243793.
PS. The last two pics are of my latest aquisition.