Hello everyone. I'm new to the site and I was looking for some information on this little watch I found.
Here's everything I was able to dig up on my own research, but I still have a few questions.
I apoligize for the poor pic, but its the best I could do at the moment.
Below the 11,12,and 1 oclock position on he dial face are A. LeCoultre. The back of the watch is clean, no markings. On the inside of the back cover are the words "Wadsworth, Pilot,and Quality" with a serial # 5234480.
On the movement itself is A. LeCoultre and swiss. Also it appears that there's 15 jewels,and 3 adjustments. Also on the back inside cover, there are different set's of numbers that are very lightly engraved.(extremely hard to read) I would guess that these are cleaning or repair dates? I would like to know more history and age and value if any? I can tell you we found this at a garage sale for .50 cents.......lol...There wasn't a band with it, but from what I've seen on Ebay, it looks like there would have been a braided rope/thread band. From what I found about Wadsworth, I think the case is gf (gold filled). I haven't done any testing on it though. The other thing I was curious about was the actual number orientation on the dial face. Was this done so you could read it from multiple angles???
Any help would be greatly appreciated......
*I orginally posted this in the public forum. I think this is closer to the forun that I was looking for.