E. Howard & Co. Certificate Card for Watch Movement #41,197 This certificate card, issued by E. Howard & Co. would have accompanied movement #41,197, a 15-Jewel, N-Size movement originally sold around 1875. The front of the card describes the defining characteristics of the movement, stating:...
In this video, I sort through a small set of ephemera items I recently purchased at an auction by Jones & Horan. Items include a paperweight promoting the Crescent Watch.
c.1880 Lancaster Watch Co. "Grim Reaper" Trade Card This c.1880 Lancaster Watch Co. trade card was graciously digitized by an anonymous member of our community. The illustration depicts the grim.
Private Label Trade Names on American Pocket Watches: “Burlington Watch Co.” Part 43: Inserts From the c.1911 Burlington Catalog (Special Order Blank)
Pictured: “Special Order Blank For Ordering Chain or Fob” Enclosed within c.1911 Burlington Watch Company Catalog. Once a customer decided to purchase a new “Burlington Special” watch, the company took the opportunity to upsell accessories. A special order form was enclosed within the Burlington Watch...
Private Label Trade Names on American Pocket Watches: “Burlington Watch Co.” Part 42: The Guarantee Certificate
Pictured: “Burlington Guarantee” Certificate for Burlington Special Watch, 1915. Every Burlington watch shipped out from the Burlington Watch Company arrived with a guarantee certificate, ensuring that the watch and case.