Now that I am retired from my day job I want to wrap up and publish the article on Waltham-Howard watches that I began many years ago with co-authors Carl Goetz, Art Leibold and the late Gene Fuller. We previously published research requests in the "Research Activity and News" column of the Bulletin in August 1992 (whole no.279, p.440-441) and June 1998 (whole no.314, p.330-332). The delay in publication is entirely due to my obsession with detail and also the delightful appearance of new information at regular intervals (to help me self-justify the delays). As consolation for the delay the article will be more complete, with more questions answered, and accompanied by many illustrations. Some relevant threads posted to this message board in recent years include the following: https://mb.nawcc.org/showthread.php?86544-Waltham-Howard-16-size-bridge-models https://mb.nawcc.org/showthread.php?92153-12-Size-Waltham-Howard https://mb.nawcc.org/showthread.php?27880-Waltham-16-size-split-3-4-plate If you have any examples that I may not have seen I would be grateful if you can share any information or pictures with me as I try to wrap up the telling of this interesting episode in American watchmaking history. The triangular hairspring stud is the tell-tale indication that your Howard was made by Waltham. I particularly would like to see more 12-size examples, including dial and casing information -- I probably still have the most unresolved issues regarding this size. Thank you.