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These are the watches I acquired from a local thrift shop, I am trying to figure out what exactly  they are. I will try and give as much detail as I can. There is a Seikomatic-p, a Bulova accutron, a eternomatic, a Parker, 4 different Hamilton's, a westclox pocket watch, and a Virtus twin pocket watch. Any help is appreciated, 20210416_205625.thumb.jpg.6f220f4a1c5702f3945da3e1352e0a7c.jpg20210418_212151.thumb.jpg.1b3d19d02b86d9d3a2e72a0168fe143a.jpg20210418_211158.thumb.jpg.b84f58e0c2290e8f58d887e7f5744933.jpg20210418_211249.thumb.jpg.19637031d87a7f796609ed18e521126e.jpg20210418_210825.thumb.jpg.c2f15e2aae7926f7e6f2048427d7ff6e.jpg20210418_211524.thumb.jpg.daba2bfc8d304eee0d88ed9a8ab88110.jpg20210418_211429.thumb.jpg.69c7f867b482e9a598752a0700904d49.jpg20210418_211341.thumb.jpg.e2356f82ead4bdb5161830e4f981274a.jpg20210418_211800.thumb.jpg.c2a38fbc77e319128a32499241082f83.jpg20210418_211635.thumb.jpg.4253d9acce0b7080cba2efd44da9f04b.jpg20210418_211941.thumb.jpg.2ac20223f44067b04a264b11598ed381.jpg20210418_212046.thumb.jpg.fad414bf7a90a8f9613a439197e15234.jpg

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Hi  A nice little gathering that will keep you happy for many an hour. Pictures of the movements and caliber numbers/makers marks will be of help to members in the identification of the watches    thanks

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Thanks, I will start with the Seiko, Seikomatic-p on the Dial also Japan 5106 8020r-ad then on the case back 7n03365. After work today, I will remove the case back to look at the movement.

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I found a couple more goodies in the watch repair kit. Any thoughts on these? The Longines inside of case says aw 14kwg.6 59056 10/86 and the movement seventeen (17) jewels adj. To temp & two (2) pos Longines watch. Co swiss 3839322 also 10 86 n it is missing the stem and crown. The other is a loose Royce movement. I have had the hardest time identifying exactly what these pieces are. I have a lot to learn20210419_215027.thumb.jpg.7967b27d01ed4f1b3573a73842009544.jpg20210419_215215.thumb.jpg.8e0e0ae3d97f92cc866eb6d19e169d2c.jpg20210419_215304.thumb.jpg.11031bab738065dd01d59e9727a118b2.jpg20210419_222708.thumb.jpg.361c274112ff2d0d0abecf18c00048e8.jpg20210419_222811.thumb.jpg.df899fad0184ce213ae989abf8cea6ae.jpg

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