What are the best vintage pocket watches?

What are the best vintage pocket watches?

Pocket watches have been known to help people keep track of time since the 16th century. Back in those days, if you possessed pocket watches you were supposed to be a well known, reliable and a noble man. Pocket watches were not just limited to pocket as the name suggests, they were also tied around people’s necks as necklaces. Pocket watches today, though are not widely popular due to technical advancements, however they are still cherished possessions by those who have them handed down by their elder family members, or the people who have an interest in the field of Horology, the watch collectors and lovers. Olivia Burton watches have been known to be close to people’s hearts, the people who owned them. The pocket watches are known to have been manufactured first in the United States. However, as the word spread the technique was no longer limited to the United states, but spread everywhere like fire in a forest. If you have niche interest in vintage pocket watches, here is a list that you might be really interested in:
Ball Illinois Gold Filled Railroad Pocket Watch 23 Jewels 16 Size Rare Movement Circa 1928: beauty, excellence, brilliance, are all small words when it comes to talking about this sheer brilliance in the name of a pocket watch. Made out of brass, the watch is still sturdy and and sparkly clean. The wind lever is a scarce one today, and it still works beautifully. It is priced around $4,500.
Hamilton 946 Antique Railroad Pocket Watch 18 Size 23 Jewels 14K Solid Gold Case Ca 1908: the genuine, solid 14k gold it is made out of still shines brightly when prone to sunlight. The elegance in the gold polished case is beyond words. It is running strong even today and is crystal clean, available at a price of just $2130.
Howard Antique Railroad Pocket Watch 16 Size 19 Jewels Series 5 Circa 1913: excellence in the form of a silver colored, nickel case is this pocket watch. The watch, even after so many years is still bright and clean and running aggressively as ever, just for $485.
Rare E. Howard Series III Antique Hunter Pocket Watch 18 Size 15 Jewels Silver Key Wind Circa 1868: this watch is fairly old as compared to the others. It dates back to the 19th century. Priced around $4,350, this rare pocket watch is silver colored, possessing a rare wind circa.
Waltham PS Bartlett Coin Silver Antique Hunter Case Key Wind Pocket Watch Circa 1860: another beauty from the 19th century, this Waltham pocket watch possesses a quadruple hinged case, with an elegant and a smooth finish. The hunter case looks nice and clean. It is timeless, effortless and magical. It is pricced around $915.