In this video, we discuss how to determine whether an enamel pocket watch dial is hand-painted or produced using a transfer or photographic process. The larger American watch factories developed.
Private Label Trade Names on American Pocket Watches: The Non-Magnetic Watch Company: Part 42: The Swiss Operation – The Boulanger Factory
Pictured: Non-Magnetic Watch Co. of America Enamel Dial The business operation of the Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company in Switzerland was more complex than most American watch factories. Production spanned several.
Private Label Trade Names on American Pocket Watches: “Burlington Watch Co.” Part 23: The Montgomery “Burlington Special” Dial
Private Label Trade Names on American Pocket Watches: “Burlington Watch Co.” Part 22: The Standard “Burlington Special” Dial
Pictured: Burlington Special Standard Dial, c.1908 During the early evolution of the “Burlington Special” watch, the Burlington Watch Company offered customers a small selection of dial options. The standard “Burlington.
Pictured: B.H. Stief Private Label Dial on Elgin Grade 55 Movement, c.1874. American watch factories offered private label watches since nearly the beginning of the watch industry in the United.
Pictured: Grade 992 Advertisement Advertisement Featuring the No. 577 Dial, The Timekeeper, 1923. The No. 577 dial was another option available for 16-Size railroad watches offered by the Hamilton Watch.
Pictured: Illinois Watch Company “Flying J” Bunn Special Dial (Image courtesy of Jones & Horan Auctions) During the “Hamilton Era,” the Illinois Watch Company also furnished dials with markings promoting.