Superb example of a Borgel waterproof Trench Watch case in solid sterling silver, circa 1919. Perfect ice-cream dial, stained-glass hands and re-created pigskin strap make this watch an exceptional example. Given by the Royal Red Cross as a gift to WWI Lieut. H.J. Beckett for his service.
Sterling 1919 Omega wire-lug wristlet watch awarded from the R.O.T.C. at Presidio, San Francisco, custom-fitted with a military-style black cordovan strap and offered in a period-correct presentation box.
Early, completely original WWI era Rolex wristlet "trench watch" in solid sterling silver hinged case; custom-fitted with a two-piece black cordovan strap and matching sterling buckle. Hallmarked Glasgow, 1923.
Ladies' completely original Deco-era "Gruen Guild" wire-lug wristlet in 14k white gold fill; featuring an astonishingly original carved sterling silver dial, blued hands and cabochon sapphire crown, circa '20s.
Pristine and powerful, this completely original men's 1928 Elgin wristwatch with factory bracelet band is just the timepiece to transport you back to the bright lights, sloe gin and fast-talking women of the Jazz age.
Men's exceedingly crisp, handsome 14 size Elgin "Gentlemen's" enameled pocket watch in white gold fill; accompanied by matching chain and fob embossed with female figure. Offered in a period presentation box. Circa 1928