So my wife was going through her jewelry box today, and found what I am assuming is an antique ladies watch. The information I can get from the watch: the face has the name Lee (as of now I am assuming it is the manufacturer). It has a 17 jewel swiss movement. Given the state of the crystal, I am assuming it is plastic or cheap crystal. The case back is stainless steel, and marked with "10KR.G.P.BEZEL", which I am assuming means the bezel is 10k gold plated.
I have attached pics to see if anyone can help identify this. The clasp has a US patent, 2,097,055, which a quick google search tells me is for a J.M. Bender extensible bracelet clasp. It is 12k gold filled according to the markings on it.
Any ideas where this watch comes from or when it may have been manufactured? I know the clasp patent was issued in 1937, so it has to have been manufactured after that.
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