Shortly after the turn of the century, the Keystone Watch Case Company purchased the rights to the E. Howard name in an attempt to drive a strategic push into the factory-cased watch market. This move resulted in some of the best precision watches of the era, including several premium-grade railroad watches. This newly-digitized 1914 catalog, described as “Catalogue No. 3,” advertises the full line of factory-cased E. Howard watches available at the time, including the beautiful bridge models specifically designed for railroad service.
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