Here is an interesting and rather rare old advertising watch.
Tweenies were small cigars just big enough to smoke in the intermission in the theatres. The most famous brand was 'Between the Acts' but Tweenies I think were probably made in New York perhaps by the 'Black & White' people.
This dark chrome or nickel cased watch in its nice blued steel holder was I believe used by a WW1 soldier as a portable clock. It could be an Ingersoll but all it says is Made in the USA and 5 patent dates the first being Jan29,01 and the last being May 24,10
The serial no. on the movement is 28312107.The watch is 50mm diameter and the crown pushes in to adjust. The dial is paper faced.
It still ticks like the proverbial 'Dollar Watch' that it is and keeps good time.
I am anxious to find out anything more definite about this curio.
If anyone wants to see full size pictures I can add the main photobucket url
Dave in Scotland