Pictured: Grade No. 73 Non-Magnetic Watch Co. of America Movement, #61818 The Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company introduced the Badollet Model movements to the American market in 1887. This model, representing.
Pictured: Palladium Alloy Non-Magnetic Balance from a Badollet Non-Magnetic Watch Company Grade 73 Movement The business operation of the Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company in Switzerland was more complex than most.
Pictured: Non-Magnetic Watch Company Grade No. 100 Extra, Especially Adjusted by Alexis Favre, 1888 Catalog Page Reproduced in the June 1989 Issue of the NAWCC Bulletin, “Non-Magnetic Watch Co. of.
Pictured: Illustration Demonstrating the Magnetic Field of a Magnetized Watch, “Magnetism in Watches” by Charles K. Giles, Western Electrician, June 30, 1888 As non-magnetic watches and anti-magnetic shields gained popularity.
Pictured: Portrait of Edwin James Houston. In the March 1888 edition of the Journal of the Franklin Institute, Professor Edwin J. Houston published a comprehensive article exploring several experiments conducted.
Pictured: Excerpt from “Paillard’s Non-Magnetic Compensating Balance and Hair-Spring for Watches” by Prof. Edwin J. Houston, Journal of the Franklin Institute, March 1888 In early 1888, the newly reorganized Non-Magnetic.