Hi i wonder if anyone could help identify the movement please ,this was description from seller.any help or advise would be great thank you.
A rare Francois Bogel cased solid silver WW1 Officers Trench Wrist Watch (I say "officers" as the cost of such an item would preclude ownership by most "Tommy's"). The solid silver case clearly bears the mark of the Genevan case maker Francois Bogel and the sponsor mark of George Stockwell with the sponsorship number 286280620. It also carries the silver assay mark for London and the date mark 1912. The movement is signed "Swiss Made & 15 Jewels". The white enamel face is in super condition. The only negative is a very small defect to the glass near the numeral 5....... It is very small and I have tried to photograph it. The watch winds and runs nicely. It does need a strap but these are relatively inexpensive and are a matter of personal choice so I have left the watch strapless. The watch will be securely packaged and sent via insured recorded delivery. Thank you for looking.