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    Question unknown watch...

    Hello guys!

    I have one question. In my family we have this watch for several generations, and I actually know nothing about it. So I decided to put the pic of this watch on forum and ask about it some people, who know more than I do.

    The look of this watch is seen on the photo. On the inner side is written: "ANCRE DE PRICISION 15. RUBIS". On the pendant is green semi-precious (or precious?) stone.

    Can anyone tell me how old this watch is and anything about it? I am also curious of the value of the watch.

    Thank you very much! :thanks
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    Re: unknown watch...

    No evaluation on this fora.

    Its 1930s watch.For more info pieces of the movement would be welcomed.
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    Re: unknown watch...

    Quote Originally Posted by branko View Post
    Hello guys!

    I have one question. In my family we have this watch for several generations, and I actually know nothing about it. So I decided to put the pic of this watch on forum and ask about it some people, who know more than I do.

    The look of this watch is seen on the photo. On the inner side is written: "ANCRE DE PRICISION 15. RUBIS". On the pendant is green semi-precious (or precious?) stone.

    Can anyone tell me how old this watch is and anything about it? I am also curious of the value of the watch.

    Thank you very much! :thanks
    Hi and welcome.

    Its not a brand that's listed in the usual places - but perhaps someone else will know more. I'm not a pocket watch collector, but to judge the date those that are will need to see a picture of the movement if you know how to open the watch.

    We don't do valuations in here; sorry.
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    Please don't PM me to ask for a valuation - I won't attempt one.

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