Pictured: Elgin “Lord Elgin” Series Advertisement, Published in the June 1908 Issue of The Keystone Shortly after Waltham launched their “Colonial Series” watches in 1907, the Elgin National Watch Company.
During the early introduction of soft enamel dials to the broader watch market in the 1870s and 1880s, the term “soft enamel” was used to describe them, logically contrasting the.
Pictured: Edge of 18-Size Soft Glass Enamel Dial by the Elgin National Watch Company, showcasing the two layers of glass (soft) enamel applied to the front of the dial. The.
Pictured: 18-Size Soft Glass Enamel Dial by the Elgin National Watch Company, showcasing the glossy reflection of direct light English Soft Enamel, commonly known as “Glass Enamel” in the trade,.
Pictured: Second Generation Masonic Dial Design by the Elgin National Watch Company, c.1900-1910. After the Elgin National Watch Company retired the original line of society dials around 1900, the company.
Pictured: Symbology on the Masonic Blue Lodge Society Dial No. 1103 by the Elgin National Watch Company, c.1890s. Symbology serves an important role in Freemasonry. When the Elgin National Watch.