This watch belong's to my Aunt's Estate. I searched high & low for a makers mark for the mfg. year & I'm at a loss. It looked to me like the movement model read: "9AA.I" The closest reference, for a picture ad, I could find is a 1927 Minerva, C-652 14KWG case, but the face & case are just slightly different. I'm in charge of releasing this watch for sale. If you're interested, please make me a fair offer. I gave it a gentle wind & it's not in working condition. It's in need of a serious cleaning. On the front face of the works there is #51182 is stamped off on the brass. Length & width measurement, inside the lugs, is: 28.2mmX22.5mm. I believe the crystal is original & gently scratched. Inside of back cover reads "American Standard Warranted To Assay 14K." Bracelet Clasp inside reads: "Pat. Pend. Made in America" not sure it's original. I appreciate any help you all can provide & I hope her watch goes to someone who appreciates & cares for it.
(I made a guess at the date code & movement model info to get me through the listing & I did my best measuring everything give or take a mm or 2. Forgive me. I hope I got all the proper information for everyone.)