In addition to his elegant watch plate design, Edwin H. Perry received a patent for his stem-winding and setting mechanism on May 30, 1871. This mechanism was implemented when the Adams & Perry movements were introduced to the market. U.S. Patent #115351: Improvement in Stem...
H.H. Taylor (Private Label) #246713 As discussed in the previous article, the very first stem wind movements emerged from the Elgin factory in June of 1873. These movements were key-set.
H.H. Taylor #155911 The National Watch Company put its first watches on the market in 1867. These 18 size key wind movements quickly gained popularity all over the country and.