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: Hamilton 8112 Ferguson Dial and Hands with Original Box and Packaging, c.1915. The 8112 Ferguson Dial was originally packaged in a small paperboard box with a patented closure tie..
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..
When the “Veritas Model” was being designed, it was decided that the dials would measure slightly smaller in diameter than the standard 18-Size dials the Elgin National Watch Company fitted.
Pictured: Patent Recoiling Click From Elgin No. 240 B.W. Raymond - 18-Size, Model 8, 19 Jewels, c.1910, Serial No. 14652533.
When the new “Veritas Model” was launched in 1901, each movement was equipped with George Hunter’s patented recoiling click. This design was originally introduced with the 16-Size “Model 1895” and.