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This particular case was from an early 1900's Elgin pocket watch and has the trade mark holographic like engraving on the back plate of the case. The case was manufactured by the Philadelphia Watch Case Co. and is a Silverode case, as stamped on the back plate.
Silverode is a nickle, copper,and manganese alloy. The top and bottom screw off and are shown in the third pic down from the top. The crystal is in clean pristine condition with one tiny sliver of a chip on the edge. The case is in good condition with a few scrapes and a bit of patina on the back. It measures 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) long including the crown at the top, 2 inches (5.1 cm) wide and .5 of an inch (1.3 cm) high.

Silverode Pocket Watch Case


  • Materials: nickle, copper, and manganese alloy, glass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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