Here is one that fascinates me. Based on research, it appears to me to be a 1930 "Dress Face" Stanford, which would be a first for the database. Raised yellow gold numerals complimented by blued hands, which fits the criteria for dress face variations of radium dial models of the period that we have previously confirmed.
Case is white gold filled single hinged with a serial number that matches date code on movement. 1927 pat dated dust cover and ring are in place. Engraving on face is the "Fish, swoosh, triple X" that is as far as I can tell exclusive to the Stanford. I don't think it was ever messed with; toning and edge abrasions on dial indicate to me anyway that it is original as seen, with the possibility the crown is an old replacement. I added the band. Ad snippet is dated 1930.
Watch case shows literally no high point wear on front or back and no "egging" of holes in lugs.. Glass crystal appears original and is scratch free. Running and keeping accurate time. I think this one may have been in a sock drawer for a good portion of it's 90 year existence.