Private Label Trade Names on American Pocket Watches: The Non-Magnetic Watch Company: Part 45: Inside The Badollet Model
Pictured: Deconstructed Parts from a Grade No. 73 Non-Magnetic Watch Co. of America Movement, #65426 An inspection of the Badollet Model sold by the Non-Magnetic Watch Company reveals the movement.
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: 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..
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.
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.
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.