Pictured: Elgin National Watch Company “Masonic, Knights Templar” Society Dial No. 1117, c. 1890s. When Henry Abbott patented his unique technique to apply intricate designs to watch dials in 1884,.
Shortly after the introduction of the new 18-Size railroad movements in 1901, the Elgin National Watch Company distributed a promotional booklet titled, “The Watch Word is Elgin: Timemakers and Timekeepers.”.
Newest Addition to the Digital Archive:The Howard Watch Catalogue No. 7 (1918) Full Online Catalog:https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/guide/company/e.-howard-watch-co.-keystone/catalogs/the-howard-watch-catalog-1918 In May 1918, the E. Howard Watch Works, under the management of the Keystone Watch.
Full Online Catalog:https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/guide/company/hampden/catalogs/hampden-watch-co.-material-catalog-price-list-1883 In June 1883, the Hampden Watch Company distributed this material catalog, offering parts for movements manufactured at the factory in Springfield, Massachusetts. At the time, the company.
Newest Addition to the Digital Archive: Elgin National Watch Co. Price List of Material - No. 3 (1875) Full Online Catalog: https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/guide/company/elgin/catalogs/elgin-national-watch-co.-price-list-material-catalog-1875 In April 1875, the Elgin National Watch Company.
In 1872, the United States Watch Company (Marion) distributed this price list to the trade, detailing the impressive products offered by the company, including their innovative “pendant winders.” At the.