Pictured: Non-Magnetic Watch Company Advertisement, Western Electrician, January 26, 1889 As more testimonials for the Non-Magnetic Watch Company were submitted, the company featured several key endorsements in advertisements. One advertisement.
Pictured: Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company Advertisement, Electrical Review, September 3, 1887 In February 1887, General advertisements for the Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company began appearing in the United States. However, most.
Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Automatic Regulator Advertisement, The Circle, March 1910. Several Months before the Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Company even secured the patent for the new temperature compensating regulator.
Pictured: Burlington Watch Company Advertisements, The Courier-Journal, September 10, 1916 (19 Jewels) and October 8, 1916 (21 Jewels). In October 1916, the Burlington Watch Company upgraded its 19-Jewel product line.
Pictured: “Fighting the Trust” Burlington Special Watch Advertisement, Railway Carmen’s Journal, January 1910 Following the success of the original 16-Size “Burlington Special,” the Burlington Watch Company explored ways to improve.
Pictured: Watch Diagrams Compared, “Fighting the Trust” Burlington Special Watch Advertisement, Missouri Valley Farmer (Topeka, Kansas), June 1908 [Left] and “Fighting the Trust” Burlington Special Watch Advertisement, Popular Mechanics, November.