Pictured: Melamine Dial Buffing Machines at the Hamilton Watch Company Factory, Excerpt from “Research Provides New Materials For R.R. Type Dials,” Timely Topics, July 1953. Around 1945, the Hamilton Watch.
Pictured: Closeup Detail of a 1930s Metal Dial Manufactured by the Elgin National Watch Company Following the decision at the Elgin Watch factory to transition to applying a thin metallic.
Pictured: Elgin National Watch Company Metal Dials, c.1925 (top) and c.1937 (bottom) The dial back is one aspect of the pocket watch that is often overlooked. Inspecting the reverse can.
Pictured: Elgin National Watch Company Metal Dial, c.1925 In the February 1926 issue of The Watch Word, the Elgin National Watch Company described the process used at the factory to.
Pictured: Early Arabic Dial on Elgin Interchangeable Movement, c.1885. Until the 1880s, watch dials manufactured in the United States almost exclusively featured Roman Numeral hourly indicators. Not only was this.
Pictured: Early Double-Sunk “Elgin Nat’l Watch Co.” Dial, c.1874 Early double-sunk dials produced at the Elgin factory are frequently marred by a mysterious circular crack around the inner perimeter of.