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Greg,Greg Frauenhoff;1000832 said:Thanks for the new data. The thread will live if people take it upon themselves to post new sightings.
Is this one 16s or 18s? Unusual to see the 1882 date (rather than 1883) on a case with this serial number.TimeAntiquarian;1128102 said:Here is another one to add to the master list.
Northwest [R in Shield]
Thanks Mr. Frauenhoff. The serial numbers on the list closest to mine are also 16s. In my head it would work like pocket watch movements and a run of 10, 20, etc consecutive serial numbers would be made the same. Surely they made a block of at least 10 of these, or maybe just made them to order?Greg Frauenhoff;1128099 said:Neat watch. Thanks for sharing the info and pics. I don't recall seeing another like it.
#21359 is 18sGreg Frauenhoff;1128119 said:Is this one 16s or 18s? Unusual to see the 1882 date (rather than 1883) on a case with this serial number.
Yes, the last two I posted are from J&H sales. I started adding to your data in the 1990's when you had the lists on AOL, site, which they discountiuned and I am glad you were able to save most of it.Thanks Jim.
I suspect a search of both ebay and Jones-Horan will turn up some additional numbers.