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The movement is a "992" and is one of Hamilton's most popular watches among railroad trainmen.
It's value in today's market, $300-350.

It's value as a family heirloom, " priceless".

All of these watches are part of a private collection, and are not for sale

This watch, serial # 2456806 was purchased in Lynchburg, Va. in 1932.

The owner, a tobacco farmer turned butcher, paid several months salary for the privilege to carry this fine timepiece. The coin was later found in the daily change of his general store with the ready made hole. A truly fitting " fob " for this vintage timepiece.