Hi guys, hope you're all well.
I have just inherited a vintage watch, which was my wife's great grandfathers (due to the passing of her gran).
We always used to talk about the watch over a gin and tonic - the only problem was my 'gran-in-law' had no idea where it was in the house.
She knew of my passion for watches, and told all the family that any watches found in the house when she left us, we're to come to me - I was humbled.
The below has now become the pride of my collection.
I was was told that it was worn in WW1 by her father, who was an observer in the RAF.
Can you help please? (Ps. It runs like a dream!!!!).
The front and rear covers open, and on the inside of the back case are stamped:
1. An anchor
2. A lion
5. 225927 (in military style stamping)
Also looks like something has been stored in the back - pill/tablet?
Thanks for any help.