Pictured: Knights of Pythias Uniform Rank Society Dial No. 1146 by the Elgin National Watch Company, c.1890s. This “Knights of Pythias Uniform Rank” dial was offered by the Elgin National.
Pictured: Closeup Details of Elgin National Watch Company “Odd Fellows - Initiator Degree to Patriarchs Militant” Society Dial No. 1130 vs. No. 1135, c.1890s. The accompanying image offers a detailed.
Pictured: Elgin National Watch Company “Masonic, Knights Templar” Society Dial No. 1117, c. 1890s. When Henry Abbott patented his unique technique to apply intricate designs to watch dials in 1884,.
Pictured: Elgin National Watch Company “Odd Fellows, Initiatory Degree to Patriarchs Militant” Society Dial No. 1130, c. 1890s. On December 30, 1884, Henry Abbott, a leading innovator in the American.
Pictured: New York Standard Dial with “Swiss” Marking on Reverse, c.1905 Despite the numerous dial companies organized in the United States, only the O’Hara Waltham Dial Company was able to.
Pictured: Duff & Sollace Dial Advertisement, c.1895 (Reproduced in Seth Thomas Watches, 1885-1915 by Chris H. Bailey). The Duff & Sollace Dial Company was organized November 19, 1895 in Thomaston,.