Anyone know anything about this one? Below is sellers listing verbiage.
"Record 106 Red Twelve. This is an attractive 1920s style watch with the Red Twelve dial popular before the war. The gold filled or gilt finished case is free of wear through or brassing, with only very minor scratches. The case is 31mm wide including the crown. The white enamel dial is single sunk for the small seconds, with black Arabic numerals and a red twelve and is free of cracks or damage. The hands are blued steel, free of rust. The Record 106 jeweled lever movement has 15 jewels and measures 23.3mm (10.5 ligne). The winding and hand set work normally. The movement is in good order and has been properly cleaned and oiled and runs for 45hours, and keeps excellent time within a minute or two per day, on the wrist. It has a strong action in all positions. The watch has a new brown leather strap. This is a very elegant watch suitable for evening wear or every day use."
I think it is early twenties maybe even earlier.
Edit- anyone recognize this mark in the balance well?