In addition to his elegant watch plate design, Edwin H. Perry received a patent for his stem-winding and setting mechanism on May 30, 1871. This mechanism was implemented when the.
Lancaster Pa Dial From Adams & Perry Lancaster Watch #1369 The watches produced by the Adams & Perry factory were issued with dials secured to the movement via a friction-fit.
Adams & Perry No. 3 20-Jewel "Lancaster Watch" c.1876: Movement Image This watch represents one of the early products of the Adams & Perry Watch Company, organized in 1874. This.
c.1883 Lancaster Watch Company Advertisement This c.1883 Lancaster Watch Company advertisement was graciously digitized by an anonymous member of our community. The promotional publication includes various testimonials from passenger depot.
Cover of the c.1882 Lancaster Watch Company Catalog This c.1882 Lancaster Watch Company catalog was graciously digitized by an anonymous member of our community. The 6-panel pamphlet features select endorsements.
Pictured: Patent Celluloid Watch Dial from the Keystone Watch Company with excerpt from the March 1888 issue of The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review. In February 1888, while Abraham Bitner.