DESCRIPTION: Waltham Riverside pocket watch. Open face, stem wound, pendant set. White porcelain single sunk dial with subsidiary seconds, marked "Waltham". Movement marked "A.W.W.Co. Waltham, Mass. Riverside 19 Jewels Adjusted 14053247". Marked 14K yellow gold Keystone case serial #5059914. Dust cover engraved "Presented to William D. Sellers by Cyrus Curtis President The Curtis Publishing Co. for unusual services rendered The Saturday Evening Post". Back covered monogrammed "WDS". William Sellers (September 19, 1824 to January 24, 1905) was a mechanical engineer, manufacturer, businessperson, and inventor who filed more than 90 patents, most notably the design for the United States standard screw thread. As president of the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sellers proposed the adoption of a system of screw threads which was easier for ordinary mechanics and machinists to cut than a similar design by Joseph Whitworth. He also ran the machine tool firm of William Sellers & Co. in Philadelphia. Cyrus Hermann Kotzschmar Curtis (June 18, 1850 to June 7, 1933) was an American publisher of magazines and newspapers including the Ladies' Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post. He was known for his philanthropy making generous donations to hospitals, museums, and schools including the Franklin Institute. MEASUREMENTS: Size 8, movement approximately 1-7/16". 1-13/16" diameter. Weight with movement and crystal 42.5 dwt (66.1 gr). CONDITION: Running. Small hairline at 7. Very minor bend to right bottom of bow.