In addition to his elegant watch plate design, Edwin H. Perry received a patent for his stem-winding and setting mechanism on May 30, 1871. This mechanism was implemented when the.
Adams & Perry Lancaster Watch, Showing Wide Roller Jewel and Notched Safety Roller of the Double Roller Escapement The Adams & Perry movement represents the first American-made watch featuring a.
Adams & Perry Movement with Perry's Patent Plate Design Highlighted The premier watch movement introduced in 1874 by the Adams & Perry Watch Company features an elegant swooping plate profile.
Adams & Perry No. 3 20-Jewel "Lancaster Watch" c.1876: Movement Image This watch represents one of the early products of the Adams & Perry Watch Company, organized in 1874. This.
Pictured: Patent Celluloid Watch Dial from the Keystone Watch Company with excerpt from the March 1888 issue of The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review. In February 1888, while Abraham Bitner.
Pictured: The Lancaster Watch Company Factory, Published in History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Ellis and Evans, 1883 The accompanying image represents the Lancaster Watch Company factory as it appeared.