Identifying two Zenith Pocket Watches
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    Identifying two Zenith Pocket Watches

    Hi everyone! I'm new here on the forum but have been reading a bunch of threads to see if I could find information of these two watches I got from my father.

    I think both are silver.

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    and the other one:

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    I plan to keep both watches and have them serviced.

    Thanks in advance for your help!!
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    Re: Identifying two Zenith Pocket Watches

    Welcome to the WUS Zenith forum! Those are two nice pocket watches and both could be cleaned and done up nicely. The first is definitely silver and dates to around 1920. The second has a snap on case back (not all that usual at the time) and may be in some other case metal. It is only marginally older and was made towards the end of WWI (1918). Nevertheless, I see no signs of it having been made for military purposes.

    Hartmut Richter
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    Re: Identifying two Zenith Pocket Watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    Welcome to the WUS Zenith forum! Those are two nice pocket watches and both could be cleaned and done up nicely. The first is definitely silver and dates to around 1920. The second has a snap on case back (not all that usual at the time) and may be in some other case metal. It is only marginally older and was made towards the end of WWI (1918). Nevertheless, I see no signs of it having been made for military purposes.

    Hartmut Richter
    Thanks for the info! I'll continue looking into them and see if I ask Zenith for more information! :)

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