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: “Are You Being Handicapped with an Inaccurate Watch?” Advertisement Featuring the No. 527/576 Style Dial, Baltimore and Ohio Employees Magazine, June 1920. The No. 257 (18-Size) and No. 576.
Pictured: “The Railroad Timekeeper of America” Advertisement Featuring the No. 258 Montgomery Dial, Baltimore and Ohio Employees Magazine, October 1913. The No. 258 Montgomery Dial frequently appeared in advertisements by.
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.
Pictured: Closeup of Hamilton Watch Company Melamine Dial Showing Cracks, c.1952. The meeting organized at the Hamilton Watch Company on October 10, 1949 set forth the scaled production of new.
Pictured: Closeup of Hamilton Watch Company Melamine Dial Showing Cracks, c.1952. After the experimental batches of the new melamine dials proved to be a success, the Hamilton Watch Company met.