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Wow! Talk about freakish and confusing!
so .... help me here.... if this is genuine... then why not the one I posted. My antiques dealer friend in Colorado followed the other thread closely and now is following this one. The one I posted (that belongs to the Colo dealer) looks very close to this one.
Is this referring to Montgomery's 1920 patents? No patents were issued for his earlier dial design.My understanding, from long talks with David Nicholson, is that Montgomery wanted the 6 on his dials but considered that even dials without the 6 were covered by his patents and trademarks. He was critical and tried to fight for his royalties on dials with and without the 6. David has patent and trademark drawings which outline all sort so details of what makes a dial a Montgomery and he feels that Montgomery would have thought that what Hamilton, for instance, called marginal minute but without the 6 were a violation of his patent/trademark even if he did not really authorize of approve a dial without the 6.