Pictured: “Rockford Watch Co. Seeks Injunction Against Mail-order House.” The Keystone, February 1910. In January 1910, the Rockford Watch Company accused the Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Company of advertising watches.
Pictured: Measurement on a Standard Regulator Screw from 16-Size Illinois Model 4 (5.25mm) The patent application submitted by Arthur Bonnet in March 1910 for his automatic temperature compensating screw indicates.
Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Automatic Regulator Advertisement, The Circle, March 1910. Several Months before the Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Company even secured the patent for the new temperature compensating regulator.
Pictured: “Temperature Compensating Mechanism” Patent #968235 In 1910, the Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Company secured a patent for an improvement to the regulator used on its watches, designed to provide.
Pictured: Landis Watch Co. Advertisement, Popular Mechanics, September 1909. Unlike other companies selling watches via mail-order at the time, the Lincoln Watch & Jewelry Company primarily advertised the Landis watch.
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.