A little history since I'm new here. The father of a friend recently passed, he was an antique dealer and there was simply too much stuff to sell at one time (both because so many things were not well identified, and because we had a warehouse of art and antiques he's been collecting for 70 years, and dumping it all at once would have seriously cut down on my friends inheritance) Anyway I was tasked with selling some portion of the collection. Part of that included several 5 gallon buckets of watches. I've identified a lot, and there have been a few good items. I've lurked here and learned a lot that has helped. However I've got one at the moment that has me stumped.
It is an 80% silver watch with the German crescent moon and crown hallmark on the case. The movement is not marked on either side that I can find. The underside of the face says A Romaine or Pomaine (I think, last picture shows this one) and the dust cover is engraved. movement is almost exactly 1 inch. Thank you for any help you can give me.