Pictured: Burlington Special “Choice of Dials” Burlington Watch Company Catalog, c.1911. During the early evolution of the “Burlington Special” watch, the Burlington Watch Company offered customers a small selection of.
Pictured: Alonzo S. Thomas and Wife Annie, c.1907. “Old Bill - Our First Car. Year 1907. Built by Terry Stafford.” Image Courtesy of Kansas Memory. The Man Behind the Watch.
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.
Even though the Montgomery Safety Dial was not directly targeted by Webb C. Ball’s paper presented at the 1920 National Safety Council meeting, it was understood the dial was classified.
Pictured: Portrait of Henry S. Montgomery, Published in the Santa Fe Magazine, March 1924. Henry S. Montgomery established the watch service department of the Santa Fe Railway System and served.
Modern collectors and researchers have argued whether the “6” hour figure must appear on a marginal figure dial to be classified as a “true” Montgomery dial. This conundrum appears to.