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Date Posted:08:09:49 06/18/10 Fri
I work at a museum and I am trying to date an Elgin clock that was taken from a glider plane. The face of the clock is marked "Elgin" under the number 12. Beneath the hands of the clock it is marked "Pioneer, Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." I have been looking around at various Elgin watch websites and realize a serial number from the movement is what is typically used for dating a watch. As this clock is an artifact, I am unable to take it apart to see the serial number. However, on the back I have a number "3310-2A-A 19057" Can anyone help?