Do you have any information on a Teutonia pocket watch? It has a stamp on the movement also a DEP+665 on movement.The case has a crown in a circle and a R&W in an ovel
Hi,My name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you. The crown in a circle is the hallmark for the case being made in Sheffield, England possibly by R&W into a shaped cartoucheRobb & Whittet ,
I think it is a swiss pw (Dep = deposé)
Teutonia is one of the words that the Romans used to describe Germany (actually a wandering germanic tribe: see this for more). Without being able to see more of the watch, here's my basic take on it: it is a "generic" pocket watch from Germany, early 20th century, almost certainly pre-war (WW1, not WW2). There was a German brand called "Teutonia", but there is virtually no information available. The name was used for a couple of models from Mühle Glasshütte/SA,
This is all I can tell you about the watch I hope it helps you out.
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I'll refer you to another expert. This is the only information on or about your watch none with the information you provided.
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