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/Has any one heard of a "Lincoln 15 Rubis" Pocket Watch Swiss 17 jewel?

The watch is gold or gold toned. On the front straight under the "12" says "Lincoln line and Rubis below 15" under that. No cover. On the back it says "SEVENTEEN17 JOYA "and" Switzerland. "

Any other mark on the line, the case inside the box, or the movement? No mention of "Shock" "Stoss" or "Incabloc? Especially marked in the movement to indicate the "size" (type of movement) and perhaps the manufacturer of the movement. Normally "Rubis" is the same as "jewels", but here we have 17 jewels, but only 15 jewels. Weird. You see, most pocket watches clocks, even the highest of the railroad grade watches, made before the mid-1890s there was a maximum of 15 jewels. "Over Jeweling" a clock was intended to make the less rugged watch for what was considered, especially by the Swiss, who jeweling the wheel to take the watch from 15 to 17 jewelry jewelry was not necessary. Size must decide the actual number of jewelry and an approximate date. Any prints? How is the record of decoration? A quick search on eBay produced "Illinois Watch Co, A. Lincoln, Wadsworth, Springfield" It looks something like this: http://cgi.ebay.com/1922-Illinois-A-Lincoln- open in front of his own pocket-O watch_W0QQitemZ220100727816QQihZ012QQcategoryZ10308QQcmdZViewItem this: http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Illinois-21-Jewel-Abe-Lincoln-Pocket-Watch-Runs_W0QQitemZ180106503505QQihZ008QQcategoryZ10308QQcmdZViewItem This link will bring up a search on "lincoln patch pocket on eBay: http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?sofocus=bs&sbrftog=1&from=R10&satitle=lincoln+pocket+watch&sacat=-1% 26catref and sargn 3DC6% =- 1% 3D2% 26saslc and SADIS = 200 and FPOs = 3000 & ftrt = 1 & ftrv = 1 & saprclo = & saprchi = & FSQ = watches & clocks pocket watch + + + + + digital quartz clock & fsop = 1% 3D1% 26fsoo and coercion = compare and coentrypage copagenum = 1 & search = Many small labels were absorbed by large conglomerates, or simply stopped working. Many of them were "builders" instead of manufacturers, collecting watches subcontracted parts. That's not bad as they often use good moves of most important artists, such as ETA, A. Schild, Font, Lanco, etc. Therefore, it is often more useful to see a picture of the movement in these watches. At least then the manufacturer of motion and size can be shown. Often there is very little, if any, information clockwork available company themselves.

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