Click here to view additional historical photos of the Waltham factory.The American Waltham Watch Company had its beginnings in 1850 in Roxbury, Massachusetts.Rolex Omega Cartier Tag Heuer IWC Breitling Rotary Longines Piaget Other Makes Diamond Set Under 100 Rolex Omega Cartier Tag Heuer Rotary Longines Other Makes Diamond Set Under 100 Gold Pocket Silver Pocket Clocks Diamond Rings Rings Over 100 Rings Under 100Please remember that this is just an approximate guide and can not be used as a 100% accurate outlook as per how old your watch might be.Should you require a more conclusive valuation of your time piece then please do not hesitate to To determine the approximate age of your watch, open the case and find the serial number, usually found engraved on the movement or the case back itself, then match it up with the list on this page.Use a flat blunt blade to pry open the snap case back of a Waltham wrist watch.A lip or notch on the case back can be found at the 6 or 12 o’clock position. At or near the edge of the movement will be a serial number.The serial number can be checked against an online Waltham pocket watch list, which will give the approximate year of manufacture.
Steinert & Sons is the only authorized dealer of Steinway & Sons pianos in MA, NH, Maine and Rhode Island.If there is no lip, carefully wedge the blade into the seam and lift. Carefully examine the case back of a Waltham pocket watch. Press down on the crown and a tiny hatch will release the cover. Digits in the serial number will range from two to eight depending on the year of production.Pocket watch case backs vary in design and require different methods to open. For example, 1856-1857 Waltham pocket watches will have a serial number between 40. Note and record the model name, such as “Riverside” or another model name on the movement.The case back is the rear screw-down lid of the watch.Place the watch face down in the palm of your hand.