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Vintage Watch identification

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Good afternoon all,

I recently inherited my Grandfathers watches, a couple of pocket watches (posted under pocket watches) and this watch.  It is rumoured to have belong to his father, it looks rather worn out.  Can anybody identify the make, age, quality?  Indeed any information is gratefully received. 

Many thanks.



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Judging by the dents in the case back I would think it is thin 9k gold.  And from the styling 1930s.  Without knowing what the movement is I doubt it is worth more than gold value - the dial is toast, finding a glass could be very difficult and who knows what state the movement is in.  A movement photo might help though

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