Pictured: Landis Watch Company Advertisement, Popular Mechanics, December 1909. Each of the watches sold under the “Landis Watch Co.” private label brand was furnished with an enamel dial marked “Landis”.
Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Lieutenant Movement (Grade 59) [Image Courtesy of PWDB User edi113] The “Lieutenant Landis” watch was based on the 18-Size 15-Jewel Grade 59 manufactured as a private.
Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Colonel Movement (Grade 79) [Image Courtesy of PWDB User edi113] The Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Company marketed private label watches with various military-associated trade names, all.
Pictured: “America’s Foremost Watch” Advertisement, The American Blacksmith, February 1911. The Spiegel company was one of the most successful mail-order companies in the early 1900s, distributing catalogs to compete with.
Pictured: Burlington Watch Co. U.S.A. Marking Babson Bros. successfully sold watches under the Burlington Watch Company name via mail-order for two decades. Many of the movements were produced from grades.
Pictured: Henry B. Babson. The Daily Chronicle, October 29, 1970 Babson Bros. operated as an extensive sales company offering a diverse collection of products via mail-order - from suits to.