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Rudeshark

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  1. The "crocodile" is the maker's mark, just not completely stamped I guess. The top of the PVP inside an oval. It's a duplicate of the one in my last photo.
  2. This is my first time trying to track down a watch's history. I assume that now knowing the maker and year, the serial number inside the case is something which would allow me to find out the history too? I'm pretty sure my Dad is more interested in the value, but I'd love to know where it's been. It seems like a lesser known maker, so I just wonder how likely that would be.
  3. Wow, that's great. Thank you! I looked through loads of websites regarding the maker, and never saw (or noticed, more like) P.V.P. What confused me about the year letter was the resource I had been checking online had an additional symbol of a person looking left alongside the lion and the anchor. My watch only has the lion and anchor, not the third stamp. Thanks again.
  4. Wow, that's great. Thank you! I looked through loads of websites regarding the maker, and never saw (or noticed, more like) P.V.P. What confused me about the year letter was the resource I had been checking online had an additional symbol of a person looking left alongside the lion and the anchor. My watch only has the lion and anchor, not the third stamp. Thanks again.
  5. Hi everyone. This is my father's watch, given to him decades ago. I was surprised that with everything on the internet, I can't get any further than working out the city of manufacture (I think Birmingham). Even the year letter looks different to online resources. Also, the maker's mark looks like its PVP in an oval, but again there's no reference to that maker online. It's 1.5" (38mm) in diameter, so it's quite a dainty thing. I'm not even asking for a full history (although that would be great), but right now a confirmation of year, and manufacturer would help! Thanks in a
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