Pictured: S. LaRose Metal Waltham Replacement Dial, c.1980s. S. LaRose Inc., the clock and watch supply company that distributed the replica Ferguson Dial featured in the previous post, also supplied.
Pictured: Advertisement Offering Stock in the Ferguson Dial Company, The Monroe News-Star, April 22, 1911 When Louis Buck Ferguson began selling his patented dial to the railroad industry, he ordered.
Pictured: Original Box Lid for 8112 Ferguson Dial, c.1915. The Ferguson Dial Company primarily sold Louis Buck Ferguson’s patented dial as an aftermarket replacement for standard or damaged dials. Ferguson.
A quick look between the plates of an Elgin 390 B.W. Raymond reveals the winding mechanism, mainspring barrel, and train. Conventional American pocket watch trains are composed of five wheels..
The Elgin "Veritas Model" Cutaway Drawing, by William A. Gabriel Most collectors have admired this detailed cutaway drawing of the 23-Jewel Veritas at some point in time. It is almost.
Pictured: Patent Recoiling Click From Elgin No. 240 B.W. Raymond - 18-Size, Model 8, 19 Jewels, c.1910, Serial No. 14652533.