The 1935 Nelson was one of the first wrist watches to feature the 14/0 sized, 17 jewel 980 movement. It was produced for only two years.
Three different dials were available, an AGN dial, and applied gold marker dial, and an inlaid enamel dial. I think the AGN dial is the most common. The other two are rarely seen but I don't know the production stats for them.
The 14K gold filled case is typically found with at least a little wear to the high points of the stepped bezel.
These early 14/0 watches are a little small, or better said, a little narrow, compared to the 6/0 sized watches from the same period, which are wider and present themselves as larger. By today's standards I think these early watches are just as wearable by women as they are by men.
I'm lucky enough to have found an AGN and an AGM dialed Nelson and I enjoy when it's their turn for some wrist time.
UPDATE: Jan 2015 Here's a photo of the inlaid black enamel dial model.
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