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Wonderful website here - I've enjoyed looking around.
Just received this as a family heirloom. Original wearer passed away in the 30's, and it's my understanding it's been sitting in a drawer since then. Wound it up and it worked beautifully.
Looks very similar to some of the "Senators" on the site - as well as the Executives, Athletes and Brewsters. I can't seem to find a case that looks quite like it though. It has a radium dial and the "open" 9.
Apologies for the poor pics - there's tiny x's around the frame of the case - they almost look like tiny confederate flags. If need be, I'm sure I can find a better camera.
Case number looks like C23C567 - but the 3 could be a faded 8. Patent date of Jan. 11, 1927.
Both the crystal and the back of the case have a slight curvature.
Thanks in advance to anyone with any insight about the watch.