Lord Elgin Thinline B
I was truly lucky to win this watch. It came with the original outer box, presentation case, name and price tags and the original Kreisler bracelet.
This was an early production version of the 30 jewel, 760 based watch as it is called Thinline. Later versions were called Thin Thins. The best guess is that Thinline violated a Hamilton copyright on that name.
As to the watch, the case itself is pristine. The dial is in nice shape as well, but it does have some radium burn in. With that said, it is still, for the model, the best one I’ve come across.
The Kreisler bracelet has a little wear, but of all the one’s I’ve come across, again, it is the best I’ve found.