Here are two beautiful Waltham watches that I recently added to my collection. Both of these were cased and distributed by H.W. Matalene, an obscure casemaker who worked exclusively for Waltham (and who is my primary research focus). Both have Waltham movements marked "Patrician". This private label name belonged to Matalene and these movements were made for him in several grades and sizes. The pendant watch was probably made around 1911 while Matalene was still in New York. It has a mid-grade 6/0 movement with a gilt train and composition settings. The hinged bezel of this watch must be opened to release the crown/pendant for setting (one of Matalene's many patents). The wristwatch was made in 1922, during Matalene's tenure in Newark, NJ. It has a 9-ligne top-grade movement with a gold train and gold settings. Note the attention to detail on the solid case lugs.