Enamel Watch Dial Featuring 1909 Packard Model 18 Touring Car, Fitted on an Elgin 18-Size Grade 207 Another fantastic example of illustrative dials applied using image transfer techniques in the.
Pictured: c.1909 Watch Dial Commemorating The 1908 World’s Cruise, Depicting the USS Connecticut Battleship, Fitted on an Elgin Grade 291 Movement. Using newly-developed image transfer techniques, illustrative dials were also.
Pictured: Enamel Watch Dial Featuring Portrait Photograph, c.1891 In the 1890s, as photographic techniques were quickly advancing, the practice of placing portraits on enamel watch dials and case caps became.
Pictured: Roman Numeral Dial on Elgin “Export” Watch, Grade 475, c.1922. Once new transfer and photographic techniques were mastered by the American watch companies, Arabic Numeral dials grew in popularity.