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Let's say you have a Waltham watch with serial number 21,607,210 as shown in the photo below.
Note that we're using the serial number from the watch movement, not from the watch case.
*** Pictures shown are untouched and show natural reflections and / or Sun and light glare.
And I don't recall loosing many at auction, at least at a half way sensible price.
The only good news is that I have been able to buy a few nice Fusee watches (and a good few that have problems which was not good news) and that I managed to built stock before the fly fishing season started.
You may want to consider filing for the loss in the 2009 tax year under Section 165 of the tax code.
If you are not familiar with this section, check the IRS web site or call one of the 165 tax services that have responded to my blog at
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Looking at the table of Waltham serial numbers (see example below), you can see that number 20,900,000 was made in 1917 and 21,800,000 was made in 1918 (marked in red in the table below). Your movement serial number may not be in exactly the same location as the one in the photo, but you are looking for the serial number that is on the watch mechanism itself... This is an example using the Waltham serial number table.