Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Dial (Grade 79) [Image Courtesy of PWDB User edi113] Each of the watches sold under the “Landis Watch Co.” private label brand was furnished with an.
Pictured: Landis Watch Company Advertisement, Popular Mechanics, December 1909. Each of the watches sold under the “Landis Watch Co.” private label brand was furnished with an enamel dial marked “Landis”.
Pictured: Grade 107 “Burlington” Dial, c.1919. When the Burlington Watch Company introduced the new generation Grade 107 and Grade 108 Burlington watches in late 1916, it represented a strategic shift..
Pictured: Burlington Special Dial Options, c.1915 Burlington Watch Company Catalog. With the introduction of the new Grade 106 Burlington Special, the Burlington Watch Company also updated the dial options offered.
Pictured: Burlington Special Fancy Glass Enamel Dial, c.1916 [Image Credit: Reddit User “IWasRightOnce”] While early “Burlington Special” watches were furnished with two standard dial options, surviving examples provide evidence that.
Pictured: Burlington Special Montgomery Dial, c.1914 During the early evolution of the “Burlington Special” watch, the Burlington Watch Company offered customers a small selection of dial options. Around 1910, the.