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  • I have one just like it, given to my grandfather for 20 year's service. Ingersoll Triumph pocket watches were made in Wales after WW2, under Ingersoll Ltd.’s brand name, by a subsidiary of the Ingersoll Ltd. / Smith’s / Vickers Armstrong consortium called Anglo-Celtic. Ingersoll pulled out of the consortium in 1969. A Chrome plated model would sell for between £60 and £70 depending upon condition. The scarce gold plated models for about double that.
  • I would also inquire in the Price Check forum on RarityGuide.com Many pocket watch collectors hang out there and someone might have an idea of how much this pocket watch is worth. http://www.rarityguide.com/forums/price-check/

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