Pictured: “Accuracy First is Safety First” Advertisement Featuring the No. 106/436 Style Dial, Baltimore and Ohio Employees Magazine, November 1914. The No. 106 (18-Size) and No. 436 (16-Size) dials were.
Pictured: “The Railroad Timekeeper of America” Advertisement Featuring the No. 258 Montgomery Dial, Baltimore and Ohio Employees Magazine, October 1913. The No. 258 Montgomery Dial frequently appeared in advertisements by.
Pictured: Elgin National Watch Company No. 49 Railroad Dial The Elgin National Watch Company advertised the iconic No. 49 enamel dial specifically for railroad watches. The heavy Arabic numerals and.
Pictured: Ball “Official RR Standard” Railroad Dial, c.1905. Webb C. Ball was arguably the most prolific figure associated with time inspection on the railroads. As general time inspector for many.
Pictured: Elgin National Watch Co. “Sidewinder” Watch, Grade H.H. Taylor, c.1875. In addition to the more unusual dials that Webb C. Ball classified as “Freakish” Railroad Dials in his 1920.
Pictured: Replica Ball RR Ferguson Dial, c.1980s. Because the patented Ferguson Dials are a favorite amongst collectors, many reproductions and replicas have been created to offer an expensive replacement option,.