I just wanted to share two of my Elgin B.W. Raymond watches, I have posted another one earlier.
The first one is a 16s 19j grade 372 adjusted to 5 positions from 1912. This one is in a glass display back case. Take note of the gold coloured hairspring, this was offered by Elgin as a corrosion resistant feature and is found on a small fraction of higher grade Elgins from that era. The movement also has raised gold jewel settings, gold train and gold balance screws.
The second one is an earlier B.W. Raymond from 1875, a 18s grade 70 signed Adjusted and with micro regulator. Original double sunk dial.