The location of the maker, Havre got my attention. I have a beautful Elgin 162 in a gold European case. What must be the jewelers name is shown as Guy & Cie. Au Havre. The owners name is J C Barr. What Havre are they referring to? The case does not show that any other watch was ever in it. I find it unusual to have an American movement in a European (not English) case. The case makers mark is LD. Any ideas?
While I was looking the posts I saw your post. Recently I bought a pocket watch which is very similar to yours. My p/watch bears only FR initials in the back case, and on the dust cover has single inscription which reads remontoir (stem wound). Of course it is not certain but depending on similarities this may be of the same watch maker's (F. Rötig). My p/watch case has been numbered 9202 and repeats on the dust cover. When I take it to my watch maker to clean and when the watch is dismantled I will check the plate underneath the dial to find a maker's mark.