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Civil War Watch?

Daniel W.

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Would a watch in this run be considered a Civil War 1857 grade? Also would this run be made in or signed Boston Mass?

Start:8/1/1864End:9/30/1864
First:129301Last:129600
Model:1857Name:wm ellery
Material:AGrade:Wm.E., NL
Size:18Size:18
Plate:FPPlate:NL
Jewelling:4 HolesJewels:7-11
Balance:steelBal:Steel
Style:KW
Style:
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NL​
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Comment:
Source:MH
Date:
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12/1/2002​
 

Daniel W.

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I guess I left out an important part. Is this one of the thin line W.M. Ellery that has been mentioned in previous threads. Sorry for the confusion.
 

ben_hutcherson

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"Thin Models" are 1859 models
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Yours was made during the Civil War.
 

Watchfixer

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3th wheel brass bushing held down by pair of blued screws is a first time for me to see. :)

Cheers, Watchfixer
 

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