7153392556 SKU: 16959
ITEM TITLE 1911 Elgin 16s Hunters Case Grade 290 Pocket Watch Movement For Parts or Repair
- MSRP: $46.95
- Brand: Elgin
- Size: 16s
- Style: Pocket Watch Movement
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: This watch movement is for parts or repair. The staff is broken. The dial and cracks has many hairlines.
- Type: Pocket Watch Movement
- Age: 1911
- Region of Origin: USA
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Country of Manufacture: USA
- Case Material: No Case
- Closure: Hunter's Case Movement
- Features: 12-hour Dial
- Movement: Mechanical: Hand-winding
- Country Made: USA
- Serial Number: 15581426
Here is this 1911 Elgin 16s pocket watch movement for a hunter’s case. This is a pendant set movement. According to the database, this is a Grade 290. This watch movement is for parts or repair. The staff is broken. The dial and cracks has many hairlines.
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