Dent Pocket Watch

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Fiwi
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Dent Pocket Watch

Post by Fiwi » Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:10 pm

Date letter O, but what is the "A" on the watch's crown? I'd also like to know who the case maker "JWS" is. TIA!
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Fiwi
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Re: Dent Pocket Watch

Post by Fiwi » Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:24 pm

Can anyone tell me why I'm only getting one photo attached? When I preview the post, they are all there, then when I post it, only the first picture shows up.
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Re: Dent Pocket Watch

Post by requests@clockswatches.co.uk » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:17 am

Re the missing attachments,
Sorry I don't know. the system is set up to accept up to 5 attachments, but obviously that is not working correctly, so I have altered it to accept 1 attachment at a time until I can find out what is going wrong.

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Re: Dent Pocket Watch

Post by requests@clockswatches.co.uk » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:38 am

The mark on the crown is part of a hallmark and previously has not matched the main hallmark. JWS is probably James Walker Stock of Clerkenwell, London who worked between 1848 and 1865.

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