Although I practically never wear a wrist watch (except for a radio-controlled Casio when I am travelling or in need of accurate time at my wirst for other reasons), this forum got me a bit addicted to vintage wrist watches, which are now also becoming part of my watch collection, besides verge watches and later pocket watches.
I recently acquired this one from the USA and got it through customs yesterday. There is another Gotham and a Wittnauer coming soon.
The watch keeps time very well and has decent readings on the time scale. The seller could tell not very much about it, so my main question is about the age, which should be 1940's or 50's?. It's now getting a new wrist band and perhaps I will occasionally wear it.
Another question is about a gasket. I like these watches, as even a beginner like me can separate the case from the movement for cleaning without having to remove the crown or run into other complications. But it seems they never have a gasket to seal the case.
What worries me a little: The Letters GO do not seem to go well with the rest of the letters THAM -see second image. (@Horologist007: This sentence was added after your post).