Historical information

A watch of this type would have been a common item for a man to carry on his person in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Wrist watches became common after this time frame. This item has no known local provenance.


This item is retained for display purposes only

Physical description

This is a round silver watch with a white face with roman numeral figures and gold hands.The face has a glass front which is loose in its mountings. The watch has a round clip at the top to which is attached a silver chain. At the end of the chain is a metal badge with a space to engrave a name but this is blank.