Being from the suburbs of Pittsburgh, the loss of the H at the end always fascinated me. Well today this article pops up and I thought maybe someone would be interested in reading it. Happy 'H' Day Pittsburgh! How does this relate to horology? If you have a clock or watch, especially private labels, that are missing the H, it's most likely from 1890-1910. Now many people ignored the loss of the H, so not all are spelled that way. Personally I've been searching for one particular Hampden private label watch since I first saw one a while back, spelled without the H. I've seen the same label spelled with an H as well. It's interesting to spot it around town. On plaques and inside of old buildings, I've seen pool tables with the company and Pittsburg, pa. It's a fun oddity to keep an eye out for. If anyone has any watches, or clocks that fit this theme, please post some! I have yet to add one to my collection, but I know they are out there! I would certainly like to see some! This pertains to watches and clocks, so I posted it here. I thought since there is such a diverse group of collectors here, something has to turn up! Thanks for reading and have a great day!