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  1. Keith R...

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    #1 Keith R..., Aug 19, 2019
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    It's always hard to force one's self, to identify Brand Favorites, but
    we do have them. I'll put up several and I would like others to add
    theirs, assuming others have favorites.

    I'll add Rockford, Illinois, Howard and a few others later after others
    dive in.

    Shown in this post, Melrose 1866, Cornell 1867 and Waltham 1864.
    Melrose I consider a Tremont Grade, Cornell is a Root grade and the
    Waltham is a Wm Ellery grade.

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    Illinois Bunn grade, Howard III Mershon, Rockford model 2.

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    I like many brands, but among those are grades I really like:

    Elgin grade HH Taylor, US Watch CO. Marion nickel FP mdl 1,
    Aurora gilt FP mdl model 1. Note, case change on Aurora.

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  4. Ethan Lipsig

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    Keith, I understand your thread to be asking us to show the favorite Elgin, Howard, Waltham, etc. in our collections. As you note, it often is hard to choose favorites. If I were responding to this message next week, I might choose others to show, but here are today's favorite Elgins and Hamiltons. I will show other brands in subsequent responses.

    14k Elgin Grade 91 "Convertible" Hunter

    I have many favorite Elgin grades, most notably Grade 446 (C.H. Hulburd), but I am also fond of Elgin 21j convertibles, of which I have five. This Solidarity-cased hunter is today's favorite. It is one of about 350 Grade 91s made.

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    18k Hamilton 400 "Bok"

    I am not as fond of Hamilton watches as many posters to this message board. That's perhaps why today's favorite Hamilton is its slight revision to the Illinois 528 made after Hamilton bought Illinois. This Bok is one of 355 Boks, 209 case in yellow gold, and 146 cased in white gold.

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  5. Ethan Lipsig

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    Here are today's Howard and Illinois favorites.

    14k Howard (not-quite-Keystone)

    This is the first Waltham bridge movement listed in Waltham records as delivered to Howard. It was delivered before Keystone purchased Howard, which is why the watch is signed with Howard's pre-Keystone name. It is one of 25 21-jewel Waltham bridge model hunters delivered to Howard or Howard-Keystone.

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    Aluminum Illinois 525

    This is one of 50 made. I only know of two other existing examples. I bought it from the grandson of its original owner Senator Roscoe C. McCulloch of Ohio. Regrettably, the dial was badly damaged. I had to have it refinished.

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    Later today I will post today's favorite Waltham.
     
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    Elgin of course!
    New York and early Hampden second.
     
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    Of course, this one is my favorite!

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  9. Ethan Lipsig

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    I have many interesting Walthams, but today's favorite is this

    Last? 18k Premier Maximus

    A total of 501 were made in two runs of Premier Maximus. As far as I know, this watch, #17,057,300, is the highest serial numbered PM from the last run, hence, the last Premier Maximus made . . . until someone identifies a later example.

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    I just want to warn Ethan that some of his photos above might
    not be suitable for all audiences. Especially that Elgin Grade 91 movement photograph
    it borders on being obscene(that is sarcasm ;)).
    Arguably one of the nicest elgins ever made. I will not
    buy one of these because it would be the last Elgin
    I'd ever purchase, and I'm still buying them.


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    14k Elgin Grade 91 "Convertible" Hunter by Ethan Lipsig



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    Am glad the OP titled his thread in the plural. It is hard for me to have just one. Way to go Keith!

    Ethan's post of his beautiful Elgin convertible grade 91 and Rob's repost of Ethan's picture reminded me of a favorite picture I have of some of my Elgin convertibles. Admittedly, Elgin convertibles are a favorite Elgin.

    Here a four of my Elgin bridge convertibles in one photo, to include examples of a grade 85, 86, 90 and 91. These are the four bridge convertible grades Elgin made.


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    My favorites are the Waltham Crescent Street and Hamilton 992's.
     
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    Rob, you wrote that "I will not buy one of these [Elgin 21j convertibles] because it would be the last Elgin I'd ever purchase." If so, perhaps you should buy one as an economy measure.

    But perhaps you shouldn't because, despite your vow to go cold turkey, you'd probably just buy more 21j convertibles you could find them. They and American Watch Co. AWCO Model 1872s are among the most impressive American pocket watches. Once you have one, it's hard to stop buying them, which is how I ended up with five 21j convertibles (two Grade 72s and three Grade 91s) and four AWCO Model 1872s. I am resisting the urge to buy any more of these models.
     
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    This is my favourite Waltham, an 1899 16s bridge model. For two reasons, first its in beautiful condition and secondly I never thought I would even see one in real life let alone own one.
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    This one's currently in for service in TN with Rob. My London Tremont hit's my list as
    it has case hallmarks from 1878, wrapped in Sterling by none other than, Robert Bragge.
    The first London 15J Tremont keeps perfect time, but the dial on #10596 rules the day. First
    pic #10596, last pic, dial from London Tremont #10009.

    There are some gorgeous Brand Favorites out there as demonstrated above by Ethan,
    Roland, C., Rick and others. Thanks to you guys for sharing these gorgeous watches. I know
    there's some gorgeous Rocky's out there, waiting to be shown, as are many others.

    Thanks for participating.

    Keith R...

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    One of my favorite Rockfords.

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    I prefer a newer Rockford like a Grade 905.

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    Another favorite Rockford. I know the OP likes Rockford watches.
    Any watch that responds well to my restoration efforts ranks as one of my favorites. I love bringing them back to life.

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    That is a sweet looking PW


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    Thanks Rob!
     
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    #21 StanJS, Aug 21, 2019
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    A Columbus favorite in the convenient16s:

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    #22 Lee Passarella, Aug 22, 2019
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    I love the Rockfords everybody has been sharing. I'm also partial to Howards, including Keystone Howards. I've wanted a key-wind Howard for a while, especially since Howard was probably the first manufacturer to go to stem-wind models exclusively. So this is one I picked up at auction. The movement is kind of grungy, but, hey, it's 1864! Experts will probably tell me the hands are wrong or the case is wrong or something, but then I'm not an expert. The dial (hopefully, the right one) is very nice.

    The auction house promised it was running, but not only that: it's keeping very good vintage time.

    I noticed that a post in an earlier thread mentioned the "Heat-Cold" adjustment notice on the movement, an early Howard thing, apparently. Does it really mean any special adjustment was applied?

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  23. PW Collector

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    I'll throw one of my Rockford's in.
    Model 1
    Serial No. 76075
    Movement marked: EXTRA
    Fahys coin silver case, lift-out movement, hidden key.
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    #24 Lee Passarella, Aug 23, 2019
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    Another Howard. I generally don't buy smaller sizes these days, but this is a nice little watch. Maybe the best part is the 14k case. It's inscribed with a date of 1887, but from what I see in the databases, it was probably made in the late 70s.

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    I dont see any big old Illinois, so here's my favorite. Early model 2 Miller, adjusted 15 jewel and coarse train. And it's also my favorite because it's an original sidewinder! (To the best of my knowledge)


     
  26. Keith R...

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    Rick / team, a model 1 Miller 15J.

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    The is the best United States Watch Co. 16 size acid-etched watch I have. Thus it is a favorite.

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    Wow!
     
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    acid-etched watch

    Yeah, double wow.
     
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    My favorite US Watch Co. is a two tone President:

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    Hmm, this thread CERTAINLY isn't going to feed my pocket watch addiction.
    I don't think I can actually pick a few favorites. I love the interesting damasceening on many of my watches, and the Montgomery style dials on a couple of my 16 size railroad watches. You can't beat the presence of an 18 size either in your pocket, or in your hand. It just feels like something important. But for me, it has to be the wide variety of case styles and shapes of th 12 size gentleman's dress watch.

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    #32 Keith R..., Aug 24, 2019
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    Well, a nickel Hamilton.........I think an 1912 movement, in an 1880' gold filled case.
    Also another PL Hammy 17J.

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    You have two nice Gentlemans Hamiltons:
    Your 47237 Grade 927 was finished 1/27/99 and shipped 10/15/99 (according to the Hamilton ledger)
    Your 975660 Grade 924 was made circa 1913

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    and it can be found on the main page




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    I'm not sure I have a "favorite", but I enjoy all I have including my Dollar Watches.
    Since I only have one Trenton, I will post it today.
    Trenton
    Model 1
    18 size
    4 jewels
    New Haven Style
    Serial No. 11820
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    I love my dollar watches especially my Waterbury series E long wind.


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    Thanks to Dave for showing his great model 1 Trenton. Thought some might enjoy seeing what I consider to be fairly uncommon Trenton. According to serial #'s in the fat book it is a model 6, however a Trenton labeled Railroad Reliance is suppose to be a model #5, 16 size, 17 jewel open faced watch.

    My railroad Reliance is 18 size, 17 jewel hunter cased watch in what I think is the original coin silver case. In all of my years of looking since acquiring this watch I have only seen one other and it was movement only just a few serial numbers from this one. I assume this is the highest jeweled 18 size watch Trenton produced.

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  37. PW Collector

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    Rob, I have to admit I do have a favorite "Dollar Watch", and that is my Bannatyne in original box, guarantee / instruction sheet and advertisement.
    Shown many times, but I always take an opportunity to share it again.
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    Lancaster 15J sidewinder. SN# 19490

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    Awesome Lancaster Keith! You know I love that one..

    You know... I look for a Lancaster all the time, and just can't find "the one"

    I do have this little bugger though, it's a work in progress, but I don't believe I've seen someone post an 8s Lancaster before, so this is a "Flora". 11 jewel Gilt lever set. Keeps great time...

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    Seeing as it's my only one, I suppose it counts as my favorite.
     
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    OK, a New York Springfield Private Label 15J, Shoemaker & Wilson (Illinois).

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    When it comes to the American watch co, I love the 18s model1870 keywinder, but my absolute favorite are the English exports. I think maybe I just like the hunt? English Sterling cases are just wonderful, and there are so many interesting ones. Unfortunately the higher grade watches are really few and far between, and I found out the hard way recently, when one pops up, it's a hot item. Haha!

    Who would collect a bunch of little low grade keywinders? I would! I love em. Here's the newest addition below, an 18s Martyn Square. Awaiting it's turn to be brought back to life.

    This thread certainly shows the diversity in everyone's interests!

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    #42 Howdydave, Sep 14, 2019
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    In my railroad watch collection, going by the number that I have, Hamilton and Illinois are in a dead heat for first place with Waltham behind by a nose.
     
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    My favorites from 1864, an AT&Co 15J and a series III E. Howard 15J. Howard is
    in a 2nd gen case, AT&Co in it's Jas Boss 25 yr. GF case.

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    #44 Howdydave, Sep 16, 2019
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    My recently acquired 1926 Waltham Vanguard 23j RR is my prize.
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    Being an avid Waltham collector for over 40 years there is no way I could pick a favorite Waltham from my collection, but here are some other brand favorites:

    Elgin: 12-size 21-jewel grade 236.
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    Illinois: 12-size 21-jewel grade 439
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    Hamilton: (really an Illinois in origins) 12-size 21-jewel grade 400 in Nobel model case
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    Howard: Like Ethan (post #5) my favorite Howard was made for them by Waltham. It is a 16-size 21-jewel bridge model, once owned by Dana Blackwell.
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    Hampden, about 1910, LS nickel and 17J.

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