Pocket Watch from 1769

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Pocket Watch from 1769

This watch dates from 1769 and was made in Oxfordshire. It was inherited from the contributor's grandmother's family.

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  • 1. At 12:42 on 26 October 2011, Simon wrote:

    I inherited a very worn non-functional pocket watch that is marked with the word KOVER on the dial and has Kover LONDON 7629 engraved on the back of the mechanism.

    I have been able to discover very little about the watchmaker Kover.

    I started a Blog http://kover-london.blogspot.com/ to generate a list of other Kover watches that still exist and to discover documents that refer to the watchmaker Kover.

    Please post a comment at http://kover-london.blogspot.com/ if you have any relevant information.

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