Does anyone recognize the makers mark?

I am curious as to the maker and the possible value. I have owned the watchband since the mid 1970’s.

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I found some similar, Isabell Eddie and Herbert Taylor, but those are not it. The style is traditional Navajo and the mark shows that it was handmade, and with this style it is nice to know the name but really doesn’t change the value unless it was a superstar. Watch bracelets at one time were the most popular piece, but with cellphones the number of people who wear a watch has dropped dramatically. We get lots of dead pawn watches and price them to sell, if we had this in our showcase it would be around $120 retail. However, sometimes you come across these older pieces that have a certain collectible turquoise or made by a collectible artist and they can get a much higher price. Thanks for sharing.