There were many watches that were being imported from Europe to compete with the American pocket watches. This is a Swiss example that has a very nice case, at a very affordable price.
The movement, circa 1915, is a 15 jewel three quarter plate workhorse that is adjusted to two positions. It is housed in a 25 year gold filled case that is square and very attractive. The case back has an octagonal central design surrounded by foliate designs. The case middle is reeded and the front is plain polish.
Pontiac is a monicker of an importer that marketed Swiss watches to America. The movement is marked Okeh and runs very well keeping time day-in and day-out.
This is a chance to get an unusual looking watch with a one year warranty for not much dough. Don't miss it!