- MSRP: $52.95
- Brand: Crown (by NYS/Howard)
- Size: 16s
- Style: Pocket Watch Movement
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: This pocket watch movement is for parts or repair. The balance staff is broken. The dial has several cracks. The hands are nicely blued.
- Type: Pocket Watch Movement
- Age: Approximately 1920
- Region of Origin: USA
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Country of Manufacture: USA
- Case Material: No Case
- Closure: For an Open Face
- Features: 12-hour Dial
- Movement: Mechanical: Hand-winding
- Country Made: USA
- Serial Number: FB008365
Here is this Antique Crown 16s 15J pocket watch movement. The movement measures 43mm in max diameter and was tested in a 16s American case and fits. This is an open face movement (pendant at 12). This pocket watch movement is for parts or repair. The balance is good, but the watch doesn’t run. The roller jewel is missing. The dial has several cracks. The minute hand is missing.
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