Separate names with a comma.
it exists, many were produced, its listed in the factory movement listing, in my book, that means it needs no asterisk.
cause the 14s were made for the English market.
what will really cook your noodle, the first nickel movement (Grade 46) is a 14s exported to the...
The main issue is
All the existing theories have been based on incorrect grade information for anything below #1, 680,000.
You basically need to...
nice work Rick.
yes Henry Playtner was the dean of the watch college when it opened, William Samelius took over after him.
the book "Canada's Master Watchmaker...
I'm not worried about what a collector would pay (I rarely do), what I would like to know, if a watch meets (by the same company) the standards...
so in 1871 theres no railroad standard but if a watch was advertised for railroad use then its considered railroad ?
if another watch met the...
Elgin did make a really slow train clock. it ticks once a year and is till ticking to this date, but thats another story.
someone summarized it else where for me, at the time (1871)
a watch that was
Does any one have any definition from the time that makes a watch railroad grade ?
thanks in advance
Welcome Miguel and thanks for sharing your BW Raymond!
I haven't seen the ashtray, I have a few money boxes from the credit union and also a horizon watch with a thank you from the credit union...
BW Raymond #198 (not a grade 69).