How Do I Identify Old Pocket Watches?

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Open the pocket watch case, look for the serial number that is engraved on the watch movement, note any letters that follow the numbers in the serial number. Compare the serial number to lists on pocket watch sites. Identify watches without serial numbers by examining the style of the case
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