Condition Report For Lot# 162 :
CASE: Not original to the movement; Shows extra case screw marks; Minor dents less than the size of a grain of rice, front, band; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case or cuvette; Engine turning / engraving with minor wear; Bezel replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 8:00; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Replaced minute hand. MOVEMENT PLATES: Scattered minor scratches on plate; Ratchet wheel has minor spots of oxidation; Balance upper endstone replaced; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Death notice from The New York Sun, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1912 - "Major Charles F. Baldwin, a well known civil war veteran of Brooklyn, died on Monday [Nov. 4, 1912] at his home, 10 Woodruff avenue, Flatbush, [NY] in his seventy-seventh year. He joined the Fourteenth Regiment in 1861 and went to the front with It in the civil war as Captain of Company P. He was severely wounded at the first and second battles of Bull Run and was made a Major for gallant service. He was honorably discharged for disability through wounds received at Govestown, Va., on September 24, 1862. He was a member of Devln Post. G. A. R. He served for twenty years In the Auditor's Department of the old city of Brooklyn and was In the Finance Department under Comptrollers Coler, Mets and Prendergast. Two sons. Major Fred W. Baldwin of the Fourteenth Regiment and Joseph W. Baldwin, and a daughter survive him. He was buried Nov. 7, 1912 in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY".