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This is a new never used wrist watch with 17 jewel manual wind movement that is running and keeping good time. Silver dial has yellow gold numbers. Silver hands and sweep second hand. The case back is screw on type and it says Stainless Steel Back, Base Metal Bezel 1918. Case measures 33 mm side to side not counting the winding crown, 40 mm lug end to lug end and the new brown leather band measures 18 mm where it fits this watch. I think it may have been made in 1970's.
17 jewel cal. DM 4F1 Swiss made movement is running strong and keeping good time. Original white dial has yellow gold markers and gold hands. Case is Florentine top gold plated with 10 k yellow gold filled back that has initials and date 1964. Case measures 25 mm side to side and 35 mm lug end to lug end. Winding crown is marked Benrus. New brown leather band measures 16 mm where it attaches to this case. Case back shows some wear on the corners but not bad enough to effect the running of this watch. Cir. 1960's.
15 jewel Cal. 10BT manual wind movement that has been serviced so it is running strong and keeping good time. Fine silver dial has yellow raised gold numbers and gold plated hands. The case is fancy gold filled top with stainless steel back. New 17 mm brown leather band. Case measures 25.5 mm side to side and 23 mm lug end to lug end. Case back is marked L-2 so this watch was made in 1952.
17 jewel Swiss manual wind movement is running strong and keeping good time. Original silver dial has raised yellow gold numbers and gold hands. The fancy case is base metal top with stainless steel back. Case measures 25 mm side to side and 36 mm lug end to lug end. Band is genuine lizard and measures 16 mm where it attaches to this case. Cir. 1950's.
Here is some history I found on the internet.
Gotham was a brand owned by Ollendorf Watch Co, New York, since 1868. Most, if not all, Gotham watches used Swiss movements; some cased up in the US, others imported complete. In the early post-war period, Gotham introduced the Gothamatic with bumper-type auto-winding, possibly a Schild calibre as their hand-winders apparently were. So they weren't cheap rubbish by any means, but not exactly high-grade either.
17 jewel manual wind movement has mint blue dial and you can watch the minute hour and seconds pass by. Movement is marked 17 jewels 11owu, N4 Germany, The case says Caravelle Watch division of Bulova Watch Co. Swiss and on the screw on back it says Caravelle, Shock Resistant, Anti Magnetic, Water Resistant, Base metal bezel and Stainless Steel Back. N4 so this means it was made in 1974 and it measures 35 mm side to side not counting the crown and 42 mm lug end to lug end. The stainless steel stretch band measures 18 mm where it attaches.
17 jewel cal. 370 manual wind stem set movement that has been serviced so running and keeping good time. Original silver dial has raised silver numbers and markers with silver hands. Case is silver 10k gold filled. Movement serial number is 12757973 so made in 1965. Measures 24 mm side to side, 36 mm lug end to lug end and the new black leather band measures 18 mm where it attaches to this watch.