This is an American approved Railroad service watch made by the American company South Bend Watch Co, circa 1912
Movement - The model 2, nickel 3 finger bridge movement has a lever escapement and a micrometer regulator. The movement has gold train wheels, gold jewel settings and is decorated with damascening. The movement is signed “South Bend Watch Co, USA, 17 Jewels, The Studebaker, 223, Adjusted to Temp and 5 Positions 727689” and is in 90% mint condition
Case – the movement comes in a gold plated open face case, which has a screw off back and front. It is signed “South Bend’. It is decorated with a stylish monogram on the back. The rest of the case has a smooth plain finish and is in 85% mint condition – a patch of metal coming through the plating on the bottom edge and the covering on the winder is worn also.
Dial – the white enamel dial is signed “South Bend” and is in 99% mint condition.
The watch has a mineral glass
The watch measures 50mm wide x 13mm deep
The watch is stem wound / lever set
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