Greetings, All, Whilst working up in Alaska these past two weeks, I chanced upon a nice old Hamilton 914, which looked very interesting to me. After some consideration on my part, and some price negotiations, I bought this watch and even though I may have paid a hair too much (my own fault), I like it, and am glad I purchased it. This watch is in a swing-out case that I've never seen before, in that one of it's features is being two-tone, or of two different metals. I think the gold part of the case is GF, but the inner part of the back case is either sterling silver, or stainless steel. Since the watch dates to 1922, I'm thinking it's sterling. From what I've learned, these watches were sort of an upgraded 910, and were made to be used as "presentation" watches for special occasions. Mine is engraved ""FWB" on the outside rear of the case, and the inscription on the inside of the case reads, "Presented to F.W. Boshart, by WEST TECH FACULTY, 6-8-22". The case serial number is 150787. The movement, which is in fairly nice condition, but not perfect, is 1,901,338. The dial appears to be of the double-sunk type, and the hands and numerals look art-deco (to me) in form. Someone has replaced the original crystal with a plastic one, which is faded and yellowed. But, the watch runs with a nice strong beat, and keeps fairly good time, too. Of the 17, it's visible jewels are set in gold and screwed into place. The case, like the dial and movement, is not perfect, but in very nice condition. I'm hoping one of you very knowledgeable Gentlemen can tell me a little more about this watch, and it's interesting. I'll take and post some photos in just a bit. Thanks, very much, for any information and suggestions you can share, and I'll post the photos as soon as they load. Take care, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc P.S. OK, here are the photos. Not as nice as I'd like to take, but for quick snapshots, they do show the watch: the good, the bad, and the ugly!