I hope everyone enjoys this watch ....I am over the moon. I do have a few questions for my learned friends . I’m at a loss for the case maker and my guess would be 1891 on the London date stamp. The balance seems special as it has what I consider chronometer attributes ...including 2 platinum screws. Please share thoughts on this attribute. The watch is not running real well presently ...loosing as much as 50 degrees of amplitude in various positions. obviously needs a cleaning but I’m thinking something else is amiss . The inscription refers to a full rigged sailing ship built approximately 1850-60, It is from the underwriters of that ship to its long time captain, .presented in 1891. I misplaced my source but of interest to me, is that Loyds of London insured the ship . Of further interest is that sailing these vessels in this time period was risky business .....so many were lost at sea or suffered serious tragedy’s. The actual presentation from underwriters to a sea captain ( the hired help ) seems quite unusual ....I infer, he must have been a remarkable seaman.