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If it fits in my pocket, keeps time and was made in the USA...……….I like it.
Just filled a void in my collection.
After finding this open face...
Rick, just wanted to refresh your memory concerning the dial on my 14s interchangeable Elgin.
Reading Rick's thread reminded me I had no pictures...
Here are 2 pics of the stamp in my case.
2nd photo shows complete markings on the cuvette. My front and rear lids only have...
Very interesting thought.
Wikipedia says, "In 1887, in connection with A. N. Darling, Hayden W. Wheeler, Lewis A. Parsons and Henry...
Very interesting! Mine is marked BWCCo above the serial number while yours definitely looks like BWCF. JF should be your case maker.
Both the 18s and 16s are spectacular. Here is one of my 16s.
So glad you are truthful about your needs.
You found one beautiful addition to the collection!
Actually finding this Elgin convertible validated the existence of a 14s. An interesting find for me.
Interesting Elgin convertible grade...
And in nickel with serial #.
H. F. Andrews (jeweler) in Strasburg, Pa.