Elgin's heritage in the manufacture of watches is legendary and they made many serviceable watches for every walk of life. This particular Elgin has a bit of wear at the case corners (easy to see in the photo but not apparent in-person) but it is very inexpensive. Our watch maker has it winding, setting, and keeping time just as it did when it was first sold circa 1936. It has an original two tone dial with a silvered chapter rectangle that is centered by a gold square and a gold seconds bit. The yellow gold filled case measures 25 mm in width (without the crown), by 32 mm lug to lug, by 12 mm thick. The movement is a seven jewel, 3/4 plate, nickel movement that is ticking like the proverbial top. It also has its original yellow gold-filled expansion band that completes the look. It is such a bargain that I think you should consider gifting it to someone who has deserved it this year!