AG2012 first o all, thank you very much, for your welcome, your answer, the time to spend to help me.
Second, my English are not my native language, so don't be surprised if you see a sentence that makes not sense.
AG2012 your note about the fantasy faked marks is very interested (I was expecting to see to some of my watches). I believe the term "fake" is right not regarding to the period, but regarding to the case maker.I know that
the image that I shown, is from a pocket watch case that is over 70 years old (given to me from a friend that it had from his grandfather), it can't be made from 1950's as a "fake" vintage case, because, there was no world marked of these type of objects that years, Greece and all the world came from the WW2 and were engaged in reconstruction (no tourism, no nothing).
So, if this case is from 1800's (around 1900), my opinion is that maybe, were some maker in Ottoman Empire (these days was very big, it had the half Balkans, and almost all middle East), that create cases for movement that came from Switzerland. Ottoman Empire had hallmarks, but the citizens buyers from Empire didn't want to have Ottoman cases. So, many makers create cases (silver with quality) but with "fake" hallmarks. But I believe that is important to database these marks, because maybe in the future will make a study from a researcher and will find the makers shop of the Ottoman Empire.
I forgot to tell that the case is from Thessaloniki, the other side is this:
i know that the symbol of the stamp of the case is the "coat of arms" of the ottoman Empire which introduced at 1872, but I believe that the case is older.
And also, thank you AG2012 for your advice, i believe that these fakes cases are also very collectible and valuable, like some countermarks coins.
I will upload and other images, of these types cases from my Ottoman watches, please continue to help me (and every one), your help is very valuable to me,