Another example for the big debate. Knickerbocker, Clinton, Chief or Comptroller ???? For mine, I'm going with Knickerbocker. I take this position because in my research the only real thing I can see that differentiates them is the bracelet type (and maybe the region in which they are being marketed ? Maybe). In an advert you can clearly see many different bracelet types these were offered with and in the only one I can see labeled the 'Knickerbocker' you can clearly see my bracelet type. That ad is however from 1946 and my watch is of coarse a '47 model. That little anomaly doesn't bother too much though. Now lets get to the watch.
Ahhh, the infamous Bugsy. This is what I am going to refer to as a poor mans variant of the famous watch owned by Las Vegas Gangster Bugsy Siegel. His watch said to be made of 18k solid yellow gold, mine is 10k Rolled Gold Plate (hence the 'poor man' moniker). It has a 47 marked 8AH 17j movement, square body with very distinctive and prominent lugs. I love them. It has the original Kreisler mesh bracelet (matching Bugsy's sans the clasp. maybe the 18k came with a more secure clasp??) which is of coarse way to small for my 8-3/8 wrist so I cannot wear this one. the 15mm lug makes it a bit narrow on my wrist anyways, but if it fit, I would take a trip to Vegas just to wear it around the craps table.
If you have something more solid to positively ID this model, I am all ears.