We recently found this watch in its original box hidden in our 1918 home. It is 14k white gold and works perfectly. It is indentified as belonging to the original homeowner's wife with her name handwritten on the underside of the lid. All comments are welcome.
Watch info and pictures provided by eBay seller diamondusa
Outside case back: no signature. Wheat-like engraving.
Inside case back: American Standard Warranted to Assay 14K 1116334 over perlage.
Movement: Swiss 9AA.I. Bulova W. Co. 15 Jewel 3 Adj SN 47054
Case measures 23mm x 23mm, not including cabochon sapphire crown.
Dial: Silver w/ black Arabic Numerals. Bulova. Outter black minute chapter.
Solid 14K white gold case, movement with no visible date symbol? Single hinged case.
Not my watch, but nice early example for watch database.
EDITED 20120923 to change incorrect movement signature from Bulova Watch Co. to Bulova W. Co.