Edit: headline should read:
Waltham 1877 KW export Farringdon F
Wm Ellery in good condition.
On dial printed Farringdon F REG'd.
Case silver Waltham Watch Co, UK Alfred Bedford (A dot B) (registered aprx. 1890) #593
Movement standard Wm Ellery without Farringdon engraved.
The movement number 2271712 dates it to a run
1 DEC 1883 to 30 JUN 1884.
Am aware of the following registered 1877 Farringdons:
1 JUN 1884 to 28 FEB 1885 (Farringdon D)
1 DEC 1885 to 28 FEB 1886 Wm Ellery (Farringdon)
1 NOV 1885 to 30 APR 1886 Home (Farringdon H (C?))
1 MAR 1886 to 31 JUL 1886 Wm Ellery (Farringdon & Co)
1 JAN 1886 to 31 MAR 1886 Home (Farringdon D & Co)
1 APR 1886 to 31 AUG 1886 Wm Ellery (Farringdon J & Co)
1 APR 1886 to 30 JUN 1886 Home (Farringdon D)
1 MAY 1886 to 31 AUG 1886 Home (Farringdon D & Co)
Before attempting a stupid dunno update of the waltham database on the internet, I would like to ask the experts if this watch could be a redial/recase because:
1) No Farringdon engraving on movement.
2) Hands blued, my understanding is that hands was golden on english export watches.
3) The movement at least 6 years older than case.
Anyway the watch is running with at strong amplitude, and winding and setting time with the key is ever so smooth.