Any information you can add is appreciated.
This is a Bulova Ladies watch in 18K White Gold.
Inside case: Warranted, 18K, To Assay, American Standard, Globe symbol, 6710
something from the early era of ladies' watches
1920 Lady Maxim with Bulova B movement
something from the early era of ladies' watches when Bulova also used the movements from other swiss manufacturers
1920 Rubayiat with Bulova WISSXRIHS marking movement
Everything indicates that it is 1921 Lady Maxim
1921 Lady Maxim
by marking the case (ser. nr, globe), the movement (no caliber, no ser.nr.) and the dial (no sign) I suppose that watches were produced in years 1918 or 1919
I guess pocket style Lady Maxim , as att advert
I would appreciate members assistance in helping to identifying this watch.
It is 25mm in dia. it has a 10AI 15j movement 3 adjustment. The case is stamped American Standard. with a shield emblem underneath 25 years . Monogram Quality.
it is also marked14k gold filled.
The case is hinged
1922 Lady Maxim
Marked on movement as 3adj. Bulova WC. Swiss. And also has a triangle with the number 21 in it. Also says 14k gf on sterling on the watch clasp. It does seem to work when I wind it up. I am no expert at all.