Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Lieutenant Movement (Grade 59) [Image Courtesy of PWDB User edi113] The “Lieutenant Landis” watch was based on the 18-Size 15-Jewel Grade 59 manufactured as a private.
Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Colonel Movement (Grade 79) [Image Courtesy of PWDB User edi113] The Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Company marketed private label watches with various military-associated trade names, all.
Pictured: Grade 107 Burlington Movement #3529031, c.1919. The Grade 107 Burlington was introduced by the Burlington Watch Company in October 1916. The movement featured premium traits such as a steel.
[A brief departure from our ongoing study of the Burlington Watch Company] Pictured: Grade 8 M.D. Ogden Movement #257048, c.1873. Yesterday’s post told the story of how Mahlon D. Ogden’s.
Pictured: Burlington Special Grade 805 [Image Courtesy of PWDB User aelgtoer]. In 1912, the Illinois Watch Company transitioned away from the 16-Size Model 4 and 5 that was used for.
Pictured: Burlington Special Grade 274 Movement [Image Courtesy of PWDB User edi113]. The 12-Size Grade 274 Burlington Special represents the first movement in the Burlington line to feature custom plates.