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Neat watches! Enclosed is a photo of my Grade 84
I am assuming that statement about 37 years was referring to smaller movements as used in wrist...
Hello Takashi Uchioki.
Thank you again. I am very pleased to be able to put my watch in the proper historical context. The information you...
Hello Takashi Uchioki,
WOW! and big THANKS for taking the time to respond!
So I was wrong about the Chinese characters, but couldn't be happier...
That's great. I appreciate you posting that dated notice from Hampden.
17 jewel John C. Dueber from about 1889.
B.W.Raymond 15 jewel from about 1889.
My A.Lincoln model 4, sometimes known as A.Liucolu on ebay.
Your watch and my watch came into being within a very short time period and same location. Then they went their separate ways for 120...
I will go along with it not being original. Do you think this was a a later Elgin made replacement dial for these movements?
I don't know...
I have a nice pair of Elgin "Doctors watches". One is a grade 83 with gilt plates, and a grade 84 with nickel plates. I am curious about the dial...
Rob, Thanks for the link!
Thought I would share a couple of photos from a neat little 2 tone Elgin that just came across my bench. I don't see many 2 tone Elgins. This is a...
I am impressed with this Ladd 16 size box hinge case I acquired and thought I would add to this thread.
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seitz 2 010 copy
Typically pivots are of equal lengths. So if you are missing one pivot, the other is a good indicator of how long the pivot was.
I meant to post this earlier, but didn't have a photo ready and then forgot.
I also measure staffs the same way as Jerry states above, but I...
While this isn't what you are asking about, I thought I would include a picture of my Chinese Sea Gull brand watch. Attractive dial,...
These steel hands were gold tone plated with alot of rust spots which looked very bad. They were sanded and polished, then had cold bluing...