Additional information: Case: 14kt yellow gold; Serial Number: 32152, Size 53mm (18 size); engraved and engine turned; Movement: Serial Number 449754, Key wind and key set; subsidiary seconds dial; Dial: Enamel, white with black Roman numerals; fleur-de-lis hands;
E. HOWARD YELLOW GOLD SCALLOPED-EDGE BOX HINGE HUNTING CASE POCKET WATCH
Additional information: Case: 14kt yellow gold and engraved; Serial number: 61783; Front cover engraved with monogram (CIC) on shield and back case depiction of a house on the bay; made by Solidarity; Size: 56mm
Movement: #221800; subsidiary seconds dial; "N" size; stem wind and set; "Deer" (highest grade), adjusted; Signed: E. Howard & Co., Boston; Dial: white enamel with black Roman numerals and black Arabic numbers with blued steel hands; Signed: E. Howard & Co., Boston
With 8" yellow gold-filled watch chain and bar
HAMILTON YELLOW GOLD-FILLED OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, CHAIN AND BOX, circa 1920
Accompanied by vintage yellow gold watch chain and original box
Additional information: CASE: Serial Number: 305653, Decoration: Blue sapphire applied monogram "ENB"; Also stamped on inside case with casemakers stamp: HNC with running hare; MOVEMENT: Maker: Anonymous Number: 70935; with Geneve stamp (highest quality); DIAL: Cream enamel with black Arabic numbers and blued steel hands
NOTE: Edward Buzzell (November 13, 1900 - January 11, 1985) was an American film director whose credits for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer included Honolulu (1939), the Marx Brothers films At the Circus (1939) and Go West (1940), the musicals Best Foot Forward (1943) with Lucille Ball and Neptune's Daughter (1949) with Esther Williams, and Easy to Wed, starring Van Johnson, Williams, and Ball. Buzzell was born in Brooklyn. He appeared on Broadway, and was hired to star in the 1929 film version of George M. Cohan's Little Johnny Jones with Alice Day. Buzzell appeared in a few Vitaphone shorts, and the two-strip Technicolor short The Devil's Cabaret (1930) as Satan's assistant. He wrote a few screenplays in the early 1930s and later produced The Milton Berle Show which premiered on television in 1948.
Additional information: 14kt; Stamped ("shirt stud" trademark): Larter & Co.;
The Larter & Sons corporation originated from the company Larter, Elcox & Co., which was founded in 1865. Larter, Elcox & Co. had an office location in New York City on Maiden Lane and a factory located on Parkhurst Street in Newark N.J. The business developed enormously under the management of Frederick H. Larter, who in 1905 bought out all interests in the firm and formed a partnership with his sons, then changing the company's name to Larter & Sons.