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Sorry but with the poor quality of those two photos, it will be difficult for anyone to help you. Those 'cushion case' watches were very popular with nearly all watch makers from the 1920's thru the 1930's so we'll need better photos and info to identify who made it. We need a good clear photo of the dial, the movement inside and any markings on the inside or outside of the case back.
 

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Ok, so if we believe it to be an Elgin then all we need is the serial number from the watch movement to identify it and when it was made and the information inside the case back will confirm who cased it. My guess is that it will be a 460 series 3/0 movement and a nickel/nickeloid case by either Elgin or Illinois, likely from the late 1920's.
 
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