Description:

Waltham 12S 17J No. 225 pocket watch #17879561, attractive nickel split plate movement with screw-down jewel settings, a steel star regulator and a fancy concentric circle damascene pattern, mint porcelain enamel dial with fancy Arabic-style numbers, red 5 minute markers and a black marked subsidiary seconds register, blue steel spade style hands, handsome fully engraved yellow gold filled (YGF) hunting case (HC) with engine turning across the center of each cover with deep floral and geometric engraving at the top and bottom, one side has a fancy monogram in the shield with an elaborate monogram, possibly "EF", reverse side has a large floral design. French bow, inscription on the dust cover reads "From Bertha to Edward Dec. 25- '13", case is showing normal even wear overall with a little smoothing to the engraving around the edges of the covers, additionally the front cover does not sit quite flush with the frame although it does catch the latch as expected and stays securely closed, measures approx. 46mm in diameter x 64mm in length x 11mm thick. A lovely, high quality vintage pocket watch from the early 1900s in excellent overall condition!


Item Specifics:

  • Year Made: 1909-1910
  • Company: Waltham
  • Movement Size: 0612S
  • Jewels: 1117J
  • Setting/Movement Type: pendant set
  • Model/Grade: No. 225
  • Serial #: 17879561
  • Movement Finish: nickel
  • Movement Details: screw-down jewel settings, star regulator
  • Dial Material: porcelain enamel
  • Hand Style: spade
  • Case Style: HC
  • Case Material: Gold Filled - Yellow
  • Case Details: monogram, possibly "EF", French bow, inscription, "From Bertha to Edward Dec. 25- '13"
  • Case Width/Diameter: 46mm (1.81 inches)
  • Case Length, bow included: 64mm (2.52 inches)
  • Case Thickness: 11mm (0.43 inches)
  • Crystal Material: plastic
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Gender: Unisex