Pictured: Santa Fe Railway System Standard Dial (Montgomery Design), Fitted on a Waltham Grade 845 Movement, c.1904. Photo courtesy of Jones & Horan Auctions (https://www.jones-horan.com/) Shortly after Henry S. Montgomery.
Pictured: Excerpt from Topeka State Journal, October 28, 1899, Introducing the Montgomery Dial The first report of Henry S. Montgomery’s new continuous marginal figure dial design to the industry was.
Introduction of the Continuous Marginal Minute Figures on American Watch Dials – The “Montgomery Dial”
Combined Techniques: Transfer Process with Hand-Painting Embellishments on “Dominion” Locomotive Dials
Hand-Colored “Dominion” Locomotive Dial, Winter Scene, Fitted on a Waltham 18-Size Crescent St. Movement. Shortly after the American watch factories perfected new procedures for efficiently marking dials with transfer techniques,.
New image transfer techniques at the end of the 19th century also yielded innovative and practical dial designs. The “Rate Dial” Designed to Indicate Speed of Travel, c.1895, Fitted on.