Pictured: Waltham “Colonial Series” Advertisement, Published in the May 1908 Issue of The Keystone The trend of thin watches in America was spurred around 1904 with the introduction of “extra.
Pictured: Excerpt from the 1909 Waltham Material Catalog Highlighting Metal Dial Options During the 1890s, fancy enamel dials were the fashionable trend in the watch market. After the turn of.
Pictured: 12-Size Runic Dial by the American Waltham Watch Company [Courtesy of Jones & Horan Auctions] In addition to specialty society and sporting dials, customers were also offered the option.
Pictured: Horse Racing Dial by the American Waltham Watch Company, c.1890s. [Image Courtesy of Jones & Horan Auctions] The Elgin National Watch Company was not the only manufacturer to offer.
Pictured: Ezra C. Fitch’s Red “Annular Acorn” Dial with Staggered Marginal Minutes,, c.1901. While the staggered marginal minute dial attributed to Ezra C. Fitch was never granted a design patent,.
Pictured: Waltham’s Staggered Marginal Minute Dial, Attributed to Ezra C. Fitch, c.1900. Webb C. Ball was arguably the most prolific figure associated with time inspection on the railroads. As general.