Pictured: J.J. Badollet Repeater, Produced for the Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company, [Image Courtesy of Jones & Horan Auctions] The Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company was initially organized in 1886 to facilitate.
Pictured: “Testing Waltham Watches with the Great Cannon Magnets, Willet’s Point N.Y.” - Scientific American, April 14, 1888. Following Thomas Edison’s endorsement praising the Non-Magnetic Watch Company’s watches, Waltham fired.
Pictured: Waltham Non-Magnetic Watch Advertisement, The Locomotive Engineers’ Journal, February 1888. Just as the Non-Magnetic Watch Company launched their innovative non-magnetic watches in the United States, the American Waltham Watch.
Pictured: “The Wonder of the Age - Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch.” The Janesville Daily Gazette, November 1, 1887. The early evolution of the Non-Magnetic Watch Company became more chaotic as Alfred.
Pictured: “Ajax Insulators” Advertisement, The Jewelers’ Circular, August 3, 1898. As electricity was being adopted across the globe in the 1880s, the watch industry was met with the challenge of.
Pictured: “The Giles Patent Anti-Magnetic Shield” Advertisement, The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review, 1884 (Unknown Issue) As electricity was being adopted across the globe in the 1880s, the watch industry.