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I am trying to find out info about an antique wristwatch i have a serial # can i find info with it?

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Not likely, the number you want to use is the case number. On the back of the watch maybe or on the inside of the caseback. Some watches may have a useable number under the 6 that will identify the model. If all those fail try the caliber number of the watch located on the movement.

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