Omega pocket watch in a solid silver Dennison case. The unsigned dial is in excellent, almost unmarked condition - very unusual for a 100 year old watch. Saturated bold black Roman numberals. Gorgeous blued steel Poire hands. Railroad track outer. Sunken small seconds sub-dial at 6. Good crystal.
English made Dennison case is in solid silver (stamped with lion passant) with assay marks on the case back, dust cover and bow. Stamped with the Birmingham assay office anchor, letter t for 1918 and ALD for Dennison - accepted as one of the best case makers in the world and widely used by Omega for it's watches imported into the UK for precious metal cases. The case is in good worn condition with no dents or major marks. On the reverse is a large two letter inscription. Both case back and dust cover are hinged and snap closed as they should.
Inside is an Omega movement in excellent condition dated to between 1916 and 1922. Keeps good time.
An excellent antique!
Omega Pocket Watch
Year 1916-1922 Case Metal Silver Back Metal Silver Back Type Hinge Diameter 51* Power Manual Calibre TBA
*mm excluding bow