c.1900 New England Watch Company "Scout" with Colorful Playing Cards Dial and "Club" Hands. The New England Watch Company manufactured inexpensive watches designed to reach the lower end of the.
c.1892 New York Standard Grade 41 (18-Size, Model 6, 11 Jewels) Dial c.1892 New York Standard Grade 41 (18-Size, Model 6, 11 Jewels). In 1892, in an attempt to increase.
Pictured: 12-Size Runic Dial by the American Waltham Watch Company [Courtesy of Jones & Horan Auctions] In addition to specialty society and sporting dials, customers were also offered the option.
Pictured: Columbus Watch Company Advertisement published in the April 1890 issue of The Keystone Not to be outdone by Elgin and Waltham, the Columbus Watch Company also introduced a line.
Pictured: Masonic Blue Lodge Society Dial No. 1103 by the Elgin National Watch Company, c.1890s. While the most stunning designs from the “Society Dial” line that Elgin introduced in 1889.
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.