The History of the Roskopf Watch

An example of an 1896 Exposition watch made by Georges Frederic Roskopf .

An example of an 1896 Exposition watch made by Georges Frederic Roskopf .

I am telling the story of Georges Fredric Roskopf not only because it is a fascinating history, but to make a point to watch collectors and enthusiasts: collections of watches don’t necessarily have to be high grade, bejeweled, gold, or “high falutin’” to be interesting and collectible. A collection of Roskopf and Roskopf-type watches can be very interesting and historically important, as well as a relatively “cheap and easy” way to get into the hobby.

Many thousands of Roskopf style watches were made, and a romp through eBay will turn up several good examples. No serious watch collection should be without an original number one model Roskopf.

So what makes Roskopf interesting? In the 1860s, all watches were wound with a key. But Roskopf’s watches were wound with a crown—also known as stem-wound. It was the beginning of keyless winding.

Stem wind or keyless winding systems in watches was considered “high tech” at this time, and Roskopf’s watch was “avant guard” and ahead of it’s time. The story that follows it that of the brilliant inventor and innovator—Georges Fredric Roskopf—and his watch.

Roskopf wasn’t the first watchmaker to utilize stem-winding mechanisms in watches, but his system was simple, robust, cheaply produced, and very successful. Roskopf’s watches used the basic winding system invented by Jean Adrian Philippe in 1842. There were some earlier, unsuccessful prototypes and consequent variations of winding systems for watches. Philippe’s was so successful that Count Von Patek of the prestigious house of Patek made him a partner in the firm, but that’s another story.

Roskopf made a wise decision choosing Philippe’s system, and coupled with his own patented inventions, made his watch unique, affordable, and successful. His watch subsequently inspired a whole new area of the watch industry in Switzerland and some decades later in the United States.

Georges Frederic Roskopf was born in March of 1813 at Niderwiller, then part of the Grand Duchy of Baden, Germany. Today, the Niderwiller village is situated in the French province Alsace, bordering Switzerland and Germany.

Becoming a Watch Maker

In 1829, at the age of 16, George travelled to La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland, where he undertook a three-year apprenticeship as a sales clerk with Mairet & Sandoz, a firm selling hardware and watchmaker’s supplies. This was his introduction to the watch making industry.

In 1834, he apprenticed as a watchmaker in La Chaux de Fonds, where he stayed for only a year before quitting apprenticeship to marriy Francoise Lorimier, a well-off widow 17 years his senior. She had two children from her previous marriage.

In 1835, financed by his wife, he set up his own watchmaker business on 18 Leopold-Robert Street. This firm worked as “etablisseur“—a company that buys watch components and assembles them. A son, Fritz Edouard, was born the same year.

Georges Fredric Roskopf

Georges Fredric Roskopf

Roskopf sold his business in 1850 because it wasn’t profitable, moving to become the joint manager of the La Chaux de Fonds branch of Guttmann Brothers of Warburg, Germany. This company assembled “English style” watches and marketed them to Belgium and the USA.

In 1855 Roskopf set up another business together with his son, Fritz Edouard and Henry Gindraux, as ROSKOPF, GINDRAUX & Co. Roskopf was an idealist who dreamed of making good-quality, low-cost watches for the working man. After two years, his son left him to open his own watch business and Gindraux left to become the director of a watch making school.

In 1860 Roskopf began to design a watch that could be sold for 20 Swiss francs and still be of good quality, simple and solid. He called this watch “montre proletaire“—the laborer’s watch. Roskopf’s workingman’s watch was with met indifference and hostility among the watchmakers of the area, who were still working as a home industry and did not wish to make a watch suitable for mass production. In 1866 Roskopf ordered two boxes of ebauches (raw watch movements) from Emile Roulet and asked Gustave Rosselet to make escapements. Both refused to take his orders.

In 1867 Roskopf finally succeeded in producing his watch. The Malleray Watch Co. supplied the ebauches and cases, while other necessary parts came from sundry other makers. The watches themselves were assembled in France, by M. Chatelain. The original order to Malleray was 2,000 watches. By the end of 1867 he was in business and three years later he had expanded orders tenfold, ordering 20,000 ebauches for production.

Roskopf's first watch looked like any other of the time on the outside...

Roskopf's first watch looked like any other of the time on the outside but ...

... but on the inside, the works were crudely fashioned, which helped to keep the price down.

... on the inside, the works were crudely fashioned, which kept the price down.

Roskopf’s first choice for case material was brass, but he finally chose German Silver, an alloy of copper, zinc and nickel. The first model had a hinged bezel, facilitating the setting of the hands. The hands of the Roskopf watch were set to time by the use of the fingertip, and were of heavy, robust construction. The watch met Roskopf’s specifications: they were simple, effective and cheaply produced.

Through the influence of the famous house of Breguet in Paris, Roskopf was able to present his watch at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1867. This was a precipitous move on Roskopf’s part; there were 152 Swiss competitors present, each bringing their best watches and vying for prizes. The winners would be recognized worldwide, and demand for their product would likely increase dramatically. Roskopf’s entry was a watch with a simple, unrefined mechanism housed in a cheap German silver Case. His competitors entered high-quality refined and complicated watches housed in gold, or at the very least, and silver. The judges awarded four gold, six silver and 15 bronze medals. To the complete surprise to everyone, included Roskopf, the judges awarded Roskopf a bronze medal.

From then on, even the House of Breguet began sending him orders. The distinguished house of Borel & Courvoisier also placed ordered with Roskopf, and other orders for his watches poured in from everywhere. The Roskopf watch was an immediate success. In 1869 the Roskopf watch was exhibited at the Amsterdam Exhibition and won a silver medal.

In 1870 G.F. Roskopf introduced a second design with a hand-setting mechanism, but had also reduced the number of working parts further, simplified the escapement fitting, and introduced an improved winding system. This watch, which cost 25 Swiss francs, was crown-wound and the hands were set via a button on the side of the case. He utilized Adrien Philippe’s (Patek, Philippe) free mainspring barrel patent, for which he paid a royalty to Philippe on each watch. This ingenious mainspring patent virtually eliminated mainspring breakage.

The face of a Georges Frederic Roskopf watch.

The face of a Georges Frederic Roskopf watch.

Not Just for the Working Man

Roskopf’s very affordable watch was intended for the working man, but aristocrats and army officers were actually his first customers. In February 1867 Roskopf hired Charles Léon Schmid, to sell the monthly output of 500-600 watches. This very enterprising young man came up with the brilliant idea to present the watch to officers of different European armies and railroads. Orders came rolling in and demand overcame production.

The idea of the Roskopf-type watch had become very popular in Switzerland and a number of Swiss companies began making Roskopf copies, labeled “System Roskopf,” “Gre. Roskopf” or labeled “Rosskopf” (with two s’s) to bypass Roskopf’s registered trade mark. Watches labeled A. Rosskopf, E. Rosskopf, G. Rosskopf, H. Rosskopf (from Hollstein, Switzerland), J. Rosskopf, and W. Rosskopf (trade mark of Vittori & Cie, La Chaux de Fonds) began popping up all over Europe. In order to be cheap, these watches were all machine-manufactured and badly made. Although these watches were pin-lever watches, they didn’t have Roskopf’s patented platform-mounted escapement.

Here you can see the difference in the worked between the first and second generation of the Roskopf watch.

Here you can see the difference in the worked between the first and second generation of the Roskopf watch.

In 1872, after the passing of his wife, Roskopf sold the house in La Chaux de Fonds, and turned over his business to Charles Léon Schmid and the brothers C. and E. Wille, his wife’s grandsons. Although the Wille brothers were only his step grandsons, Roskopf felt he had an obligation to repay his wife’s generous investment in his idea and company. The new company was named Wille Freres. This was the measure of integrity of Georges Fredric Roskopf.

The newly founded company went on to produce an estimated 20 million watches! In 1873 Roskopf remarried a school teacher 24 years younger than himself and they lived for a short time in Cernier, where Roskopf acquired Swiss citizenship in 1874. Later they moved to Berne, where Roskopf died on April 14, 1889. According to Liliane Roskopf, his great-granddaughter, he was an embittered, wounded man who fled from La Chaux de Fonds, away from the watch making business. It was a sad end to a brilliant and capable man of grit and determination.

In the five-year span he invented and produced the “Roskopf watch,” the ultimate production was less than 100,000 watches.

Following Roskopf’s death in 1889, a number of firms claimed to be his “true successor.” But Wille Freres alone actually had the rights to the Roskopf label. They had been using the Roskopf trade mark for years—with his consent—before G. F. Roskopfs death.

A patent office was not established in Switzerland until 1888. Hence, Roskopf was unable to patent his inventions in Switzerland, although he did manage to patent his inventions in France, Belgium and the United State. The inability to protect his inventions in Switzerland opened the door to charlatans, and he was copied many times over. Roskopf held four patents for watch mechanisms in France, Belgium, and the U.S., and later some 11 Swiss patents were taken out for Roskopf watch mechanisms by his descendants and business associates.

In 1890, the Cortbert Watch Co. manufactured high-quality “Roskopf watches” with jeweled pivots and gold-plated movements. They were signed “Cortebert,” not Rosskopf.

Roskopf’s watches and ideas inspired D.A. Buck in the U.S. to produce a good, cheap, easily manufactured pocket watch—the “Dollar Watch”—which also made use of Roskopf’s pin pallet escapement. These watches usually employed massed-produced, machine-punched parts, later assembled in riveted movements, making them even cheaper, and unserviceable; the first “throw away watch.”

Fritz-Edouard Roskopf (1835-1927) had his own watch business in Geneva since 1857. He did not produce a Roskopf-style watch, most probably no complete watches at all. Things would change after the death of his father: In 1897 he registered the “thistle” trade mark for watches and began producing a Roskopf watch in the manor of his father’s brainchild. Following in his father’s footsteps, he was granted a patent for a hand-setting mechanism. He was moderately successful and produced many thousands of watches.

The patent marking of a Georges Frederic Roskopf watch.

The patent marking of a Georges Frederic Roskopf watch.

The Roskopf legacy continues

Roskopf’s grandson—Fritz-Edouard Roskopf—had one son, Louis-Frederic Roskopf. Louis-Frederic was not a watch maker, but dealer of tropical birds. Around 1900, when he realized that almost any watch company in La Chaux de Fonds was making money producing a “Roskopf watch,” he returned to La Chaux de Fonds and, together with watchmaker Léon-Henri Reinbold, founded the Louis Roskopf & Cie watch company. Trade marks were “Louis Roskopf S.A.,” “Petit Fils Roskopf” and “Roskopf Nieto.”

Around 1923, the companies merged with Reconvilier Watch Co. SA, a company active since 1902, and among others making Roskopf type watches. The company remained active till the 1970’s.

Louis Roskopf’s estimated watch production is 10 million watches!

My thanks and acknowledgement to Ulrich Brecher and Paul Von Rampoy.

David Mycko is a WorthPoint Worthologist specializing in antique and vintage watches.

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  • rick fate

    Hi, I have a systeme roskopf pocket watch which has an engraving that states “souvenir” “cherry hill mine disaster”
    “nov. 13 1909” and the serial # is “1” being it is the 100th anniversary of the cool mine disaster I am looking to sell the watch. it is in very good condition but needs fixed. I am looking for a buyer. Thanks Rick

  • David Mycko

    Hi Rick,
    I would be glad to help you with your watch. Please email me some pics; Dial, case back and movement. Repair of these type watches can either be simple or impossible and I will need pertinant details to give you the advise you need.

    best regards,
    David M.

    • my email is i have a watch like yours what it worth

    • mar70

      i need help and advice about my grandad´s roskopf watch, certainly inside the watch there are a couple of large numbers but also five different dates with a letter at the end, not a clue whats this, and not a clue when my dad bought it. im from spain, and the watch is not working but i m scared if i send it to repair it and the pieces can dissapear. could you help me please?

    • Alexander

      I have a Roskopf watch. I want to rehabilitate it. I do not know where to start. It needs glass front. The rest is in excellent condition. It has a locomotive engine picture on the white display layer. My email address is My name is Alexander. I am in the Princeton area of NJ (U.S.A.). And I an also visit Sofia, Bulgaria and NYC easily if you know of any watch repair firms in one of those three areas. Any advice or guidance you could offer would be most appreciated. Thank you.

  • Attilio

    Dear Mr David Mycko,

    I have a sterling silver manual pocket watch Roskoph perfectly working, hired form my grandfather.
    On the backcase is wrote:

    “Medaille D’or
    Geneve 1896″

    on the front frame the numbers are normal and roman either
    and in the middle of the frame it’s wrote:

    patent 6269

    *Wille freres*

    At the moment I’m looking only for a valutation, ad possibly in the future for a buyer

    many thanks for your help


  • I found a Wille freres Pocket watch A steam Engine on the back !7 jewel
    On the front Veritable montre on the front . It works wonderful .I the face there is a star ANCRE around it . I just wonder what it is .and how old . thank you all

    • NCDurf

      I regrettably lost a watch similar to the one you described about ten years ago. If you are ever interested in selling it, please let me know.

  • Dave Mason

    I have a Systeme Roskopf, Railway Regulator (engraved on the back) with a glass dust cover,(salesman type), it is about a size 14, and is in perfect condition, except for a defect on the dial. It is pin set.

    Do you have any idea how I could determine approximate date of manufacture, if the glass dust cover would increases the value of the Pocket Watch, and approximately what the value of the watch would be?

  • Greetings,

    I have a sterling silver manual pocket watch Roskoph perfectly working, received as a gift from one of my friend.

    On the backcase is wrote:

    “Medaille D’or
    Geneve 1896″

    on the front frame the numbers are normal and roman either
    and in the middle of the frame it’s wrote:

    patent 6269

    I’m looking for a valuation of this watch and a buyer

    Thank you for your kind assistance,

  • Eric

    I have what is almost certainly a swiss Systeme Roskopf fake, although a nice one with a railroad engine on the case back. The mark on the front is AUDAX & LABOR surrounding what I’m pretty sure is an early electric light. Have you ever heard of them? The name might be made up because in Latin it translates roughly as “Dare to Work”

    • David mycko

      Hey Folks! It’s really surprising and satisfying to have all your interest and comments on my article! I would love to help you all with evaluating and appraising your watch! Worthpoint has an appraisal service for a mere $19. Please understand I am not allowed to contact you personally, only through the comments page. There are many different Roskopf’s out there, even the copies are unusual and highly collectible in their own right. All the Roskopf’s make for an interesting and affordable collection, they are truely “sleepers”. Dealers and collectors of “high grade” watches turn up their noses at them, much like Roskopf’s peers did when he first introduced his invention to them. His genius has shown through the ages by the many examples that have survived. They are good, tough, practicle watches that still function to this day. Even the copies emulate the master’s design! It is true that “Plagerism is the most sincere form of flattery” Keep your comments and descriptions coming, just wish I could see some pics!

      • Greg Harvey

        I have a roskopf watch I want you to evaluate and give me some information on it. I want to send you some photos and tell me how I pay the $19.00 to have it evaluated or appraised. It is a large pocket watch measures 56mm across the face. It is a nail set circa 1860, so I was told, need to know for sure. It has a hunting scene on the back. I have great pictures of it. Just let me know where to send them.

        • crisss

          I have a roskopf systeme patent wach whit a hunting scene on the back…Can you help me whit some information about that. were can i send you pics whith it? 250$ in a good price? Help me please…

  • Greg Harvey

    Hi, I have an extra large roskopf. It measures 55mm aross the face and 2 3/4 inches in overall diameter. It has a hunting scene on the back and the face reads systeme roskopf patent.The case looks silver, but could be plate, not sure. I would like to send you some pics if you will send me an e-mail address. thanks greg

  • Lloyd Gan

    Greetings! What an interesting read! I never knew Roskopf pioneered so many new things! In actual fact, I too have 3-4 Roskopf watches, but as mentioned, it is definitely “a not well to do” persons watch! Don’t know if anyone wants to see some pics of it, and I think my current collection aren’t fakes? Or was it buy his son??? Once again, GREAT ARTICLE! Gives me inspiration to treasure my humble collection! 🙂

  • MaggieTurnipseed

    You can have your watches valued by David Mycko our Watch Worthologist. The Cost is $19.99. Here is a link where you can request your valuation……..

    You will just need to provide a few photos, and a little bit of information for a valuation.

    • Irene

      Hi! as the entries in the blog are dated a few years from now,I want to know if you steel do the job, cause I would love to determine date and value of my Roskoff. It was from my great grandfather who was an italian officer, and ship constructor, so when i read about forces getting these watches I could imagine, this could be one? Also te watch doens´t work, so i have to fix it. I live in Buenos Aires, and any advices are apreciated!

      • Gregory Watkins

        Hi Irene,

        David no longer works for WorthPoint. We would suggest finding a watch expert there in Buenos Aires to take a look at it, or possible a general antique appraiser.

        Good luck!

  • Francis Voon

    Hi, My name is Francis voon, and located in Sabah (formerly North Borneo), Malaysia.

    I have 1 Roskofp, probably not working, and inherited from my Grandfather.

    “Medaille D’or
    Geneve 1896″

    I am looking for valutation and offer. Interest please send email. I can send photos.


    Francis Voon
    Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
    Tel No: +60 19 8512389
    Francis Voon

  • Dr Rajesh Thosani

    Dear Sir,
    I have oldest roskopf watch more than 150 years old.
    I want to sold it as anctic piece so please do needful.
    Dr Rajesh Thosani

  • I have a Roskopf Patent Medaille D’or 1896. I see here its mentioned with a H and not P. Is there a difference. How and where can I get to see the S/N. Finally how does one open the back casing.I had a red box with it. My children made it into pieces

  • Further to add it has 18 Medallions on the back cover 10 on top and 8 below.The star in the center see to have a tiny dot/circle in the center of the star. It was F I wanted to ask and not P as mentioned earlie. Thanks

  • Whitney P

    It says that the watches either work or cannot be repaired. Is there anyone or any business that disagrees? I’m trying to get a 2nd gen pocketwatch, that says Roskopf on the face, working by my boyfriends birthday.

    Thank you.

  • paula

    oi tenho um relogio roskopf patent data da compra 1954 pelo meu bisavo alexandre gasparelo cujo nome esta garavado no relogio, esta original nunca foi mexido gostaria de vendelo

  • reza

    I have a pocket watch roskopf patent 1896 .

    On the backcase is wrote:

    “Medaille D’or
    Geneve 1896″

    on the front frame the numbers are normal and roman either
    and in the middle of the frame it’s wrote:


    i want sell it please help me.

  • Hello Sir, my roskopf is an 1906 veritable montre chemin de fer, inside is F.E. Roskopf expositons Universelles Paris 1900 Liege 1905 and Milan 1906 – out side there is a big train a wing and the same veritable montre chemin de fer.
    Please Sir can you temll me more about this modell?

  • toni

    i like tu know everything for rosskopf gold pocket it exist.

  • Paul

    I have a pocket watch marked inside the cover with GENEVE, 1857 Berne, PARIS 1900 and underneath Exposition Universelle. There are also four medallions surrounding the Thistle mark.
    On the back is the Thistle mark F E Roskopf.
    The dial is marked F E Roskopf and a Patent number.
    The watch works but gains.
    I would really by like to know more about the watch but so far have drawn a blank.
    Thank you for your time.

  • faiz

    I have a pocket watch roskopf patent 1896 .

    On the backcase is wrote:

    “Medaille D’or
    Geneve 1896″

    on the front frame the numbers are normal and roman either
    and in the middle of the frame it’s wrote:


    i want sell it please help me. if interested, pls reply me by email & will sent to u the pic. tq..

  • daniel chan

    Dear David
    My name is daniel and i am from Malaysia.I have lots of Roskopf pocket watch case and dials,My dad is a watch repairer,In my collection i do even have Election Grand Prix triple calendar Day Date.Roskopf silver star wrist watch 15498,ladies Roskopf automatic.I would be greatful if you could tell me the value of it. I have seen on ebay that the Grand Prix is selling for 2,400 eur.I will post the pictures in my blog as soon as possible.
    Rdgs daniel

  • Maggie Turnipseed

    You can have your watches valued by David Mycko our Watch Worthologist. The Cost is $19.99. Here is a link where you can request your valuation……..

    You will just need to provide a few photos, and a little bit of information for a valuation.

    Thank you for using WorthPoint!

  • David

    Please provide service center address for pocket watch as I live in Jakarta indonesia


  • RAy

    Dear Sir I have 3 old pocket watches of which 2 of them are 18ct gold (1) one of them which mabe is gold plated there is a name and adress on the face of the watch not on the COVER it says Joseph Johnson 25 church street London on the inside of the cover case there is M.R.&co no: 22354 60 ### The next one is gold but it has no name but under the tpo cover there is 5 stamps on top there is a lion,, on the right there is a shield ,, on the left and bottom there is a head and in the middle there is an angel holding a bell and under these 5 stamps there is 18kt 4359 #### The last one gold and it’s Roskope patent on the inside under the cover there is a stamp of a head on top under it 18k than 750 than 5181 and 46867 under all these there is a stamp of a hammer on this watch there is also written National Watch Swiss Made so before sending you the photoes and money do tou think you will be able of giving me the age, and value of these watches thanking you in advance RAY



    • Maggie Turnipseed

      You can have your watche valued by David Mycko our Watch Worthologist. The Cost is $19.99. Here is a link where you can request your valuation……..

      You will just need to provide a few photos, and a little bit of information for a valuation.

      Thank you for using WorthPoint!

  • george

    hi i have a sylver watch louis roskopf patent swiss made
    can i know how much is it know thnx

  • jj

    i having a roskopf patent geneve 1896. waiting for sell. stil work in good condition. anyone interested? Malaysia(Sabah)

  • Sky


    i’m from Malaysia Penang…May i know what is the market value for this pocket watch?

  • inga

    I found a watch pocket on them was written FE ROSKOPF 18632 PATENT. on the back wtitten EXPOSITIONS UNIVERSELLES
    PARIS 1900
    LIEGE 1905
    and in the very bottom of the semicircle is written MILAN 1906
    how they are valuable?

  • detin un asemenea ceas prima patent geneva 1896 din aur

  • hanzov

    Few days ago I saw Roskopf Patent watches with
    second label below.
    This label targets to (Company?) name from Krakow(Krakau) in Poland.
    Is any body know about Roskopf watches for Polish companies?
    Thanks a lot

  • Andraž

    Hello David

    I have a pocket watch with Roskopf written on it. Is it possible that i send you pictures on email and you could maybe give me some information on it? If that is possible please send me your email.

    Thank you.

  • Suad Suljić


    I have rosskopf MARAFIE pocket watch, and it needs to be repaired as well as it needs front cover. It is family geritage and I need relevant information regarding repairing of this watch.

    Best regards,

  • Danny

    i have buide an old house and found several old pocket watches ,
    Rosskopf Montre chemie de fer expositions internationales Barcelona Liège with original patent stamp and paper inside the back
    Chronometre USA swiss made inside Ancre de precision 20 rubis
    Rosskopf , with glass back and bold shape winder
    Omega Grand Prix Paris 1900 with original serial nr À 3773481 4. Silver 0,900
    Unknown silver 0,800 with biutifull design on the back on the inside R A S F with email plate with pearls original serial nr 9950

    Most of them still working , some in not in top condition , glas broken , email plate damegd ,

    Can someone tell me iff there is any value , i can send pictures


  • dane vanbiesbrouck

    Hi all i have two antique watches
    first is a bates special
    and second is a roskopf patent with a dual case

    if interested in buying both for 600 email me at

  • behzad

    Hi i have silver manual pocket watch rosskopf patent that working perfectly.on back and front of case wrote rosskopf&co around a little circle on middle and on below wrote patent.on the center we have a harp shape .around the case we can see 16 symbolic circle.the same shape on watch screen with marafie.I am looking for avalution of this watch.
    thanks a lot

  • cristian

    hola tengo un reloj roskpf medaille d’or geneve 1896 wille freres, plata 0800. (Hi I have a clock roskpf medaille d’Or Genève 1896 wille freres, silver 0800.)
    Argentina 5402921454508

  • Carlos Carvalho

    Possuo um relógio de bolso modelo 1906. Gostaria de vende-lo! (I have a Pocket Watch model 1906. I would like to sell it!)
    Telefone (75) 8118.9336 (Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brasil).

  • gabriel


    I was given a different Roskopf pocket and and wanted to know more about it, would you have any info on a roskopf expositions universelles paris 1900?

    The photos are here in Photobucket:

    Thank you very much,

  • i have one of it i need to sale it

  • Tariq Daoud

    i having a roskopf patent geneve 1896,im from jordan and this watch from my grandfather ,il like to sell <email me and ill send the photos .

  • José

    Tengo un Roskopf original posiblemente de segunda generación, funciona correctamente, únicamente necesita que lo limpien. Quiero venderlo, pero no se donde dirigirme.

    • José

      I have an original Roskopf possibly second generation works correctly, only needs to be cleaned. I want to sell it, but not to address.

  • hisham abu lail

    i have a roskopf patent Geneva 1896,i am from Palestine and i want to sold it my phone

  • velimir grujic

    thank yor wery much.

  • Kausik Sil

    I have a gold pocket watch. At the back it is written F E Roskopf and a number N 14142. It is working. Can anybody highlight the estimated price and the year.

  • Wayne

    I have a F E Roskopf watch #25098 with the inscription “EXPOSITIONS UNIVERSELLES” “PARIS 1900; LIEGE 1906; and MILAN 1906 on the inside back. It still works. I would like to get a approximate value of it.

  • Douglas

    Tenho um idêntico ao da foto acima original, não entendo d relógios, era do meu bisavô.

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