First and foremost thank you for any light that you can shed on this watch. There does not appear to be a whole lot of information on Tremont watches and even less from what I have seen of their vintage wrist watches. I picked this watch up recently and really do not expect anything from it value wise I am more curious than anything. From what I have found they were an American pocket watch company that was sold off and renamed Melrose Watch company in about 1870. When I purchased this watch I really didn't know anything about it and did so without seeing the movement but I was curious. After getting it and opening up I saw that there was a Swiss mark inside the back case. I assume that this means that the movement was a Swiss movement that the manufacturer purchased to put in their watches. While not readily visible on the interior of the back plate There are two "watch maker's scratchings", my term. The first appears to be "P10010 10/80 4" Located at the top and the second looks to be a date for servicing of "4/34" located at the bottom.
Thanks for any help.