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Well I suspect this watch has had a face replacement as it has no identifying marks. However I am not even a novice when it comes to watches.

SN: 602773

Case Material: Sterling Silver

Other Markings: Longines Crest with EF co upon the top of the crest. Two standing Lions.

Other Numbers: 0,935; 16

Things that have been lightly scribed into various areas in the case of the watch: 3472; b403c99cx

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thanks

Thank you however it doesn't really answer my question. Is the face a real Longines? I have been through literally hundreds of pictures on the internet looking for a like model with no luck. I am trying to ultimately find a value to this watch as it really has no sentimental value to me. No one else in my family is familiar with this watch either.
 

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Pocket watches were sometimes pieced together - cases, dials, and movements which would fit were assembled any way a customer wished. The dial might have been original or a replacement. I can't give you a definitive answer. Sorry. :sad: Maybe somebody else will have more info.
 
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