Pictured: Advertisement Offering Stock in the Ferguson Dial Company, The Monroe News-Star, April 22, 1911 When Louis Buck Ferguson began selling his patented dial to the railroad industry, he ordered.
Pictured: Hamilton 8112 Ferguson Dial and Hands with Original Box and Packaging, c.1915. The 8112 Ferguson Dial was originally packaged in a small paperboard box with a patented closure tie..
Pictured: Original Box Lid for 8112 Ferguson Dial, c.1915. The Ferguson Dial Company primarily sold Louis Buck Ferguson’s patented dial as an aftermarket replacement for standard or damaged dials. Ferguson.
Pictured: Back of Hamilton 8112 Ferguson Dial Showing Patent Dates, c.1915. After Louis Buck Ferguson created his unique dial, he aimed to protect the design internationally by submitting patent applications.
Pictured: Early Ferguson Dial for Illinois Watches with 1908 Patent Marking, c.1910. (This image has been edited to correct a marking error in order to prevent distraction from the post)..
Pictured: Ezra C. Fitch’s Red “Annular Acorn” Dial with Staggered Marginal Minutes,, c.1901. While the staggered marginal minute dial attributed to Ezra C. Fitch was never granted a design patent,.