What a lovely little gem this one is. It is circa 1900, and it was made at the time when wrist watches were just coming in, so it also has an attachment for a strap. What I like most about these old watches is the enamel face--no paper face, but pure enamel. This one doesn't even have any hairline cracks! The watch is pin set, and in working order. It is numbered and marked inside, 935, which indicates the sterling silver is a little more pure than the normal 925. The 935 mark also indicates that the watch is Swiss, German, or Austrian. It is in working order, and measures a little over one inch in diameter, not counting the strap attachments. It weighs 21.07 grams. This one is a bargain!
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