Pocket Watch Identified to Warren F. Parker, 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, c. 1861, wooden case with a blue silk lining, a Confederate Gardner round, a silver watch case with a horse on the back, and an eagle and flags on the front, marked inside the back of the case "Detached Lever/13 Jewels/Lutz Brothers/Locle & N.Y." and on the dial MARINE TIME PIECE/LUTZ BROTHERS," with chain and key, and a patriotic envelope cover found under the top case lining with a flag and "OLD WOBURN IS FOR THE/RED, WHITE, AND BLUE." and "F. Warren Parker/9th Co. 5th Regt. M.V.M./Washington, D.C."
Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio.
Note: Warren F. Parker enlisted in the 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia on July 31, 1861.
In overall good condition with some patina on the silver.
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