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These 'Lady Nelson' watches were imported by MZ Berger & Co of New York back in the mid - late 1950's. They also imported one called a 'Lord Nelson' for men. Note that Berger re-used that Lady / Lord Nelson name on quite a number of different watches. MZ Berger & Co still exists as a jewelry importer.

Does the old girl still work ? It would be interesting to see what movement they used inside the watch if you want to (carefully) lift the back off.
 

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These 'Lady Nelson' watches were imported by MZ Berger & Co of New York back in the mid - late 1950's. They also imported one called a 'Lord Nelson' for men. Note that Berger re-used that Lady / Lord Nelson name on quite a number of different watches. MZ Berger & Co still exists as a jewelry importer.

Does the old girl still work ? It would be interesting to see what movement they used inside the watch if you want to (carefully) lift the back off.

Thanks. It works. I'm hesitant to try to open it as it is not mine. If/when I do so, I'll take a photo and add it to the thread. I appreciate its uniqueness. Stand by and thanks again.
 
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