Thanks for your reply and your opinion, The video explains that from 1888 all picture dial are decals overlays on porcelain dials, no doubt you have seen dials with flowers, trains and horses on the faces on vintage dials these dial pictures are not sharp either. To give you another example during the Great War this dial was produced for Waltham and has a swiss made stamp on back. (again not hand painted) but a very rare dial.
The masonic dial itself is an Elgin original dial and you can see that the decal lies on top especially around the sub second hand and the dial has a final coat of glaze sealing the decal, as for detail, sharpness and artwork of the decal, I can't say anything about the artwork it was 1928 when this watch was produced and here I am in 2022 looking for facts.
What I have is a Elgin dial with Masonic artwork incorporated on the dial,
Elgin Grade 315 15 Jewels movement, and
I believe the Elgin Masonic watch dial was not a big seller as it was a Generic Masonic style (maybe this is why its hard to find anything on this watch). My under standing that every masonic belong to a lodge and most Masons purchased or where gifted watches from their respective lodge.