I have an 1882 Elgins Gents Pocket Watch, Chain, & Key These pictures were taken by the appraiser. And then scanned to my computer. Sorry about them now being a bit out of focus. We had an appraisal done August 28, 2009 Here are the Details of that report. Watch Details *Watch Manufacturer: Elgin National Watch Co., Elgin Illinois *Metal Content: Marked "Silverine", a white non-precious metal alloy of nickel, copper, and manganese *Case Trademark: Marked "Dueber" (for Deuber Watch Case Manufacturing Company, Canton, OH *Case Serial Number: 1119812 *Weight: About 5 ounces, including movement and crystal *Measurements: 57mm *Dial: White porcelain with black Roman numerals, single sunk with subsidiary seconds at 6 o'clock *Hands: American Spade Style *Movement: Key wind and key set full plate gilt movement, "G.M. Wheeler" model, 18 size, grade 81, 15 jewels *Serial Number: 1393195 *Manufacturing Information: Total production of 53,000 movements over 13 runs, manufactured circa 1882 *Condition: Dial is excellent; thick glass crystal is undamaged, but has small scratches; case is very good, with patina; movement is running; key is present. Value: $300 Chain *Metal Content: A white non-precious metal alloy, unmarked *Weight: Approx. 32 grams *Trademark: None *Description: Antique Albert Chain, Five strands of chain (rope & curb links) capped by textured heart shape end pieces, & a matching texture slide, ending with a tassel, with a swivel end and a large spring ring end. The pocket watch key is attached to the spring ring end. Value: $200 Total Value: $500 Taking Offers Will mail with priority mail. Insurance is required. Only pay exact fees. Note this is up for sale locally. So can be listed as sold on here with out selling on this site. Thank you for viewing.