I had a chance to bid on what looks like an Ingersoll watch from the 50's, and still have the chance to bid on another, but I had a bad feeling about it and passed it up. This is what it looks like:
Both this and the other watch look like they could be new watches from the shape they're in, with no apparent wear on the case or crown. They both have a rectangle case with "US Time" on the bottom outside of the caseback, but no serial number on the other end of the case like I've seen on old Micky Mouse watches from that period. The movement is an old type and looks to be in good shape, but they both look to be in too good shape for it to be right.
I still have a chance to bid on another one tomorrow, and could probably buy the one I passed on tonight, but wanted to get some input from people more knowledgeable in this area than myself if possible. Is this really a vintage watch from the 50's or a new model made to look like it?