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Schuyler October 6, 2012 at 11:30 pm


I have two fusee watches which I know nothing about. I inherited both of them. Key wind. Don’t know if they work. 35+ years ago, a watch repair guy in the California Bay area said they would work. I can’t recal lif he said as is, or after being repaired.

I am in the Boston Area, and would like your recommendation regarding a competent watchmaker in the Boston area to which I could take these watches for an estimate of value, and cleaning/repair if warranted.


john yendes September 22, 2014 at 11:28 pm

hello i came across a very old looking pocket watch, it apears to be like a vr=erge fusse one mind my spelling, but looks cruder/older, the only markings i found were a IKJ inside the case against the hinge area, and a 93 on the movement, maybe i can send a picture to you email.

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