the movement is familiar certainly. The dates stamped on are NOT
the dates of manufacture, but rather the dates of the Patent Applications and grantings, so actually the watch could have been made any time after those dates till production ceased or changed.
For some reason "Westclox" is niggling at me - - I'm sure I had a Westclox dollar PW at one time with this movement as it's engine - try a search on Westclox movements. Bill D would know if you get really stuck.
A search on evilbay on Pocket Watches looking at the "bow" - - the bit around the crown/winder where you attach the chain and Albert - - will often help ID a maker, these have subtle differences from maker to maker.
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