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Discussion in 'American Pocket Watches' started by musicguy, Mar 30, 2019.
Outstanding! Beautiful piece of art!
Since so many of you liked my Dueber-cased Model 72, I just wound up my other Model 72, which is in a 14k Pforzheimer, Keller & Co. case.
Today a recent addition while running errands. This is its maiden voyage to see how it runs.
Thanks to Henry Burgell's list on Ch.149 site, circa 1890 Hampden M2, Gr 43, 18S, 17J, lever set, one of estimated 3600.
PL Montgomery Ward in a Premier case with cool steam engine up on a stone bridge.
Getting ready for Sunday Hunting.........
18s (Marked 925/1000 fine Leader by Keystone) case 1887 PL grade 33 Elgin
I think this will also be my daily carry for a while too.
I stopped carrying my watches quite a few years ago, but I did just wind up this uncommon circa 1865 18k & enamel Browne & Spaulding-cased Model 1860 Appleton Tracy "Vibrator". Waltham used the vibrating hairspring, also known as the Fogg's Stud, on up to about 700 watches:
Perhaps up to 90 20-size AWCOs.
Perhaps up to 100 16-size AWCOs.
Perhaps up to 250 20-size Appleton Tracys.
Perhaps up to 250 16-size Appleton Tracys.