Sometimes it is easy to answer, and sometimes it is impossible.
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"New" refers to a brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item, and "Used" refers to an item that has been used previously.
"The serial number is on the movement not the case".
In 1849 Aaron Lufkin Dennison, Edward Howard and David Davis formed a company with a plan to use machinery to manufacture watch movement parts so precisely that they would become fully interchangeable.
Once you have armed your self with the information about your watch, you can go to the Information pages to determine the age of the watch.
This identifies the watch as being made by the American Waltham Watch Co. This tells us the case was made by the American Waltham Co. The serial number on the CASE DOES NOT GIVE ANY MORE INFORMATION.Tall clock offerings increased for the firm during the first decade of the 20th century, dozens of case styles were being offered with several optional movements.By 1915, their top-end quarter-striking movement with three different chime selections played on nine tabular bells, a moon dial and solid mahogany colonial style case could be purchased for 0 retail. continued until the death of William Henry in January, 1913. On the inside of the cover we find on this watch, the logo AWco and K18.Elgin National Watch Company In the spring of 1864 half a dozen ambitious Chicago businessmen decided that if Massachusetts could build a factory that built watches – Illinois could, too.After a year of designing and building the lathes and machines to achieve seemingly impossible levels of precision, a team of watchmakers and mechanical engineers produced their first pocket watch movement, named for mayor “B. Raymond.” The watch was exquisite: Elgin National Watch Company was born.