This Elgin National Watch Company timepiece, circa 1902, contains one of the finest railroad-grade pocket watch mechanisms available in the day: a solid nickel, 23 ruby jeweled "Veritas" with solid gold jewel settings; gold train and jeweled motor barrel. Offered in a period presentation box.
American Waltham Watch Company "Seaside" pocket watch, circa 1905. A crisp, engine-turned Victorian hunter case can be carried as either a man's or ladies timepiece. Offered with a matching Victorian slide chain; presented in a period box.
Men's WWI Patria presentation wire-lug trench watch, inscribed "Sergt.Willis/4/1st Herts/from 15th West Riding Volunteers/1917." Offered with a custom-fitted two-piece strap and matching sterling buckle.
Both stunning and historic, this WWI era black-dialed timepiece, housed in a solid sterling silver integrated shrapnel guard case and fitted with a correctly re-created strap of the era is a work of tactile wrist art. Circa 1918.
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.