So far, no one has posted a non-U.S. private label pocket watch to Alphabetic Posting of Private Label Pocket Watches, Starting with "A". Because I do not have one to post, I have started this new thread for "B" non-U.S. private labels. Feel free to post "A" private labels if you have any. Perhaps that shouldn't be surprising. I believe that private labels were more common in the U.S. than in Europe. My collection may not be representative but only 12 of the 55 private labels that are or were in it were non-U.S.despite my collection being 2/3ds European. With that preface, the only non-U.S. "B" private label I have is from Henry Birks, a major Canadian jeweler that is still in existence. See Maison Birks : Canada’s Diamond & Fine Jewellery Leader | Maison Birks. It sold a wide range of pocket watches, as this old ad evidences. My watch appears to be the 18k rattrapante, #240 in the top center of the ad. It is a circa 1912, 16-size Agassiz, #254,988. It is interesting that a rattrapante cost almost as much as a minute repeater in those days, $300 vs. $315. The watch was presented to R.G. Chamberlain "by a few of his Vancouver friends." Chamberlain was Vancouver's police chief before becoming head of investigations for the Canadian Pacific Railroad.