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Hi I have a WW1 trench officer watch (I believe) assay marks London 925 1915/16 with Stockwell & Co as handlers - all it says inside is Swiss made - I would like to restore it so any advice would be helpful and contacts for new crystals etc - cheers

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Dear  @DurhamG, I don't know if you have had a look at the history of Stockwell & Co. and their relationship with watches but if you haven't then you might like to read the considerable amount of material provided at the following web address: vintagewatchstraps.com/blogstockwell.php :)

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Many thanks for this - I did in fact find this website which is very well presented and researched and a very useful resource. I am new to this and have started restore donated watches for sale through our community shop which helps fund the Foodbank charity I chair. This forum is also first class with what appears to be a very good community.

On 14/09/2020 at 17:08, Always"watching" said:

Dear  @DurhamG, I don't know if you have had a look at the history of Stockwell & Co. and their relationship with watches but if you haven't then you might like to read the considerable amount of material provided at the following web address: vintagewatchstraps.com/blogstockwell.php :)

Many thanks for this - I did in fact find this website which is very well presented and researched and a very useful resource. I am new to this and have started restore donated watches for sale through our community shop which helps fund the Foodbank charity I chair. This forum is also first class with what appears to be a very good community.

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