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  1. I haven’t posted on something like this before so i’m sorry if i’ve done anything wrong. I’ve been given a family heirloom from my grandmother who sadly has dementia and can’t remember any information about the watch. The only thing I know is it was given to a family member in Australia around 1910s. I’m trying to understand how to open the backing of the watch where there’s an engraving. I can see on the back a small lip where I assume you can open it but I don’t want to damage it. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I want my grandma to see the back of it again befo
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