Panic of 1873 Bank RunFrank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper During the early 1870s, the New York Watch Company found success with a new line of 18-Size full-plate movements that were thriving.
"Novelty" Grade Movement (#56249) Manufactured by the New York Watch Company, c.1875 One of the more unique products offered by the New York Watch Company was the "Novelty." Despite the.
Hampden E.W. Bond Movement - 3/4-Plate Stem-Wind Model - #9238 While the New York Watch Company was working to introduce a new full-plate model to the market, the company was.
New York Watch Co. "Hampden" Movement, #55032 By 1872, the New York Watch Company was experiencing success at a level yet to be achieved by the young company. The factory.
The fire that destroyed the New York Watch Company factory in April 1870 occurred at an incredibly pivotal time in the young company's history. After the flagship "Springfield Watch" failed.
New York Watch Company Factory, c.1870 In the Spring of 1870, the future of the New York Watch Company looked bright and promising. Under new leadership, the company had restructured.