Pictured: Illinois Watch Company 16-Size Dials, 1927 Catalog During the 1920s, the market trend favoring metal dials increased even though brilliant white enamel dials still dominated the railroad industry. This.
Pictured: Elgin National Watch Company Dials (Showing Dial No. 2637), 1909 Material Catalog Supplement When the Elgin National Watch Company introduced their iconic railroad dial around 1908, the original part.
Pictured: Excerpt from the Illinois Watch Company Dials Circular No. 102, Published May 1927 By the 1920s, metal dials were quickly becoming the standard option on the majority of American.
Pictured: E. Howard Extra Thin Watch Advertisement, Published in the January 1908 Issue of The Keystone In the midst of Elgin and Waltham introducing new lines of extra-thin watches, the.
Pictured: Excerpt from the 1909 Waltham Material Catalog Highlighting Metal Dial Options During the 1890s, fancy enamel dials were the fashionable trend in the watch market. After the turn of.
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.