Pictured: Burlington Watch Co. U.S.A. Marking Babson Bros. successfully sold watches under the Burlington Watch Company name via mail-order for two decades. Many of the movements were produced from grades.
Pictured: Henry B. Babson. The Daily Chronicle, October 29, 1970 Babson Bros. operated as an extensive sales company offering a diverse collection of products via mail-order - from suits to.
“Our 21 Jewel Smashes Prices” Baltimore and Ohio Magazine, September 1920. In contrast to the Santa Fe Watch Company that sold watches with identical traits, the Burlington Watch Company never.
Pictured: “Men! A 21-Jewel Burlington Watch” The Winnipeg Tribune, August 17, 1928. With the exception of a single limited run, the watches manufactured at the Illinois watch factory for the.
Pictured: Burlington Watch Company Order Blank (Winnipeg), December 1917. When the Burlington Watch Company expanded into the Canadian market by opening a Winnipeg sales office, the watches offered were identical.
Pictured: Burlington Watch Co. Newspaper Advertisement, December 6, 1922, The Province [Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada] Following the success of the Burlington Watch Company’s operation in Winnipeg, the company aimed to.