First post here. The pocket watch I've been trying to identify for a number of years now was dug up at a construction site in Arizona during the late 60's. It was passed down to me as something rather interesting without a name. Pictures are attached.
Watch is Open face, 16S, standard movement with mainspring. Ruby endstone, balance wheel staff broken, spring missing. Push-button time set, proper spring tension when pendant is wound.
The Roman numerals on the dial are outlined, but the original lettering is long gone. There is no outline of a model name or company name under the 12 O'clock mark. No identification marks are visible on the movement, but the inner case is marked with the logo of a crown and "FINE SILVER" inscribed under it. The case serial number is 217085.
The movement itself is also quite interesting. Instead of a single plate movement, there is a secondary plate above the main plate. The second and hour gears also have a mysterious extension (as you will see in the photos) which extend to form "gears" with no teeth.
7 Photos below. Please help me identify the origin of this watch! Thanks.