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of Pittsburgh, PA475 - Canadian Pacific Railway marked watches475 - American Watch Case Co. 453 492 - Veritas 23-jewel, with private label dial 493 - Canadian dials with private labels by Omega 494 - Columbus, 16-size watch NAWCC Bulletin No.Fortune grade case475 - Waltham-Ball, 16S RR grade mvt seal475 - Ball trademark: Official R. Standard475 - Waltham’s Canadian Pacific Railway watch grade476 - Waltham’s Railway Time Service watch grade476 - Waltham Canadian Railway Watches476 - CPR grade appeals to RR enthusiasts476 - CRTS grade attracts collectors476 - Waltham Grade No. 358, October 2005Dueber-Hampden’s Special Railway 621 - History of Dueber-Hampden Co.333, August 2001Hamilton’s 992 Part 2: The Extras and the Specials 513 - Hamilton movements marked “Extra” and “Special” 513 - Non-Retailing Watch Co., Lancaster, PA, home distributor for Hamilton 514 - Hamilton’s 940s, “For Special Railroad Service” 514 - J. Wheeler, a New York distributor of Hamilton watches NAWCC Bulletin No. of American Railroads, watch certification 632 - Giles, Bro. administered Southern Railway’s time service system 640 - Ball’s Book of Rules 642 - Erie Railroad Co. 643 - United States Railroad Admin., Georgia Railroad 644 - Canadian Pacific Railway Co., rules governing the inspection, repair, cleaning, comparison & regulation of standard watches 646 - Burlington Route/Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, attitude of the brotherhood to time service rules 647 - Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., rules governing watch inspection service NAWCC Bulletin No. 810 - Railroad watch standards 810 - Hampden 18-size, 15-jewel, John C. “The President” 367 - Waltham’s early “Premier” watch 367 - Waltham’s 18-size model 1892 368 - Appleton, Tracy and Co. 308, June 1997Marking of Rockford’s 18-size Watches 347 - Rockford Watch Co., Rockford, IL 347 - Rockford 900 series 347 - Rockford 800 series 347 - “R6” marking 348 - Oskamp, Nolting & Co. 992B Hamilton Watch Co.” marking 742 - Hamilton grade 950B 742 - Hamilton “2B” prefix 742 - Hamilton “S” prefix 743 - Illinois Watch Co.334, October 2001Railroad Time Service 630 - Railroad Standard Time 631 - Lee, W. Raymond 631 - Camden & Amboy, 1853 regulations 631 - Steubenville & Indiana, R. Dueber grade 811 - Dueber, John C., founder & owner of Dueber-Hampden Watch Co. 325, April 2000Waltham’s 19-Jewel Watches 215 - Waltham’s 19-Jewel Production 215 - Waltham Railroad watches 216 - Ball Time Service 216 - Waltham’s model 1892 216 - Waltham Vanguard model 217 - Waltham Appleton, Tracy & Co. 326, June 2000Over There, The 992 in the Great War 363 - Hamilton, supplier for government 363 - Hamilton Grade 992 with Engineer Corps Dials, table of 364 - Hamilton advertising 365 - Hamilton 943 365 - U. Premier grade 368 - Dresden/Assmann-Gruen watches 370 - Madretsch-Gruen Swiss-made watches 370 - Ball B of LF&E Standard NAWCC Bulletin No. The Mail-Order Watch Business, Part 1: Late 1880s-1908 533 - Henry Ford 533 - B. Raymond 15J, stem-wind 534 - Sears, Roebuck & Co., Chicago 534 - Sears, Richard Warren 534 - Roebuck, Alvah C. 348 - Lapp & Flershem catalog 348 - Rockford grade 910 348 - Rockford grade 918 348 - Winnebago marking 349 - Ferguson dial 349 - Winnebago cuts 349 - Sears, Roebuck & Co. takeover 744 - Illinois Bunn Special 744 - Ball obtained some Official RR Standard watches from Hamilton 744 - B. Raymond, grade 478, w/ star dial 744 - Hamilton 4992B 745 - Elgin grade 590 745 - Elgin grade 478 745 - Railroad Watches Produced at Elgin During WWII, table 746 - Waltham Vanguard 746 - Marked “8 adjustments” 746 - “Adjusted 6 Positions” marking 746 - “Waltham Premier Vanguard 23 Jewels” 747 - Waltham "Premier" marking 748 - War Production Board 748 - Ball 999B 749 - Elgin grade 270 749 - Elgin grade 360 749 - Elgin marked “Veritas” 750 - Waltham marked “Signal” NAWCC Bulletin No.345, August 2003The 1880s Magnetism Scare Part 1: The Watches 485 - Magnetism’s effect on RR watches 485 - Magnetic fields explained 485 - Magnetic fields and railroaders 486 - Non-magnetic watches 486 - Non-magnetic Watch Co. of America mergers 487 - Fredonia and Peoria development of anti-magnetic watches 488 - Waltham 18-size non-magnetic watches 490 - Elgin non-magnetic watches 490 - Illinois non-magnetic watches 490 - Changes in railroad industry and watches 493 - Waltham factory rework 493 - Illinois Stuart up-jeweling factory retrofit 493 - Waltham-Ball 19/21-jewel ORRS 494 - Vanguard wind indicator retrofitting NAWCC Bulletin No. 215 - Dura Power dp symbol 215 - Elgin cases 218 - Port Arthur Watch Comparison Card/watch search request NAWCC Bulletin No. Pierik & Co., Springfield, IL 539 - Great American Railroad Watch 540 - John Luther “Casey” Jones 540 - Forsinger Time Service 540 - Illinois Central Railroad 540 - Giles, Bro. 35 541 - Waltham model 92 541 - Vanguard 23J 542 - Vanguard 21J with wind indicator 542 - Mermod, Jaccard & King’s Paragon Timekeeper, St. 320, June 1999More on Swiss Standard Watches 359 - Gruen Swiss standard watches 359 - Buren/Hamilton 971 360 - Studebaker Watch Co.346, October 2003T 645 - Giles anti-magnetic shielded steel balance 647 - E. Anti- Magnetic Shield Case 647 - Giles Anti-Magnetic Shield Case 647 - Waltham non-magnetic watches with Giles shield in cases 648 - Atlantic Watch Case Co. 338, June 2002The Ball Watch Story - Part 1: Railroad Standard Watches - The Early Years 349 - Formative period, from 1880s to 1900 349 - Myths and reality about Railroad Time Service 349 - Evolution of watch requirements 350 - Ball marketing of watches 350 - Deuber-Hampden watches for railroad use 351 - High-grade Swiss watches marked “Ball’s Standard” 351 - E. Louis, MO 542 - Luzon, island of the Philippine archipelago 543 - Agassiz name 543 - Agassiz fish symbol NAWCC Bulletin No. marketed South Bend watches361 - Kushnir CP Rail Memo, 1978 360 - Elco Swiss movements 362 - Recta trademark 362 - Muller & Vaucher 362 - Muller, Antoine 362 - Muller, Alcide 362 - Recta Manufacture D’Horlogerie, successor of Muller & Vaucher firm 362 - Bedforde movement and dial 362 - Record Watch Co.362 - Record-Gladstone Swiss watch 362 - “The Ball Company - Record – BXC”363 - “Zenith” 363 - Zenith Extra R. 56 grade 363 - Gladstone brand by Wenger, Ltd., Montreal, PQ, Canada 365 - Omega 366 - Keystone-Howard model B, Series 0 367 - Longines Burlington Special 368 - Rockford 910 grade NAWCC Bulletin No. Potter, Chicago 82 - Keystone Howard dials 82 - “Precision” marking 82 - “Precision RR Watch” marking 82 - “Extra Precision” marking 82 - D. Limited by Gallet & Co.” marking 83 - “Adjusted to 6 Positions, Safety Pinion” 83 - “London”; Eaton private label 84 - Illinois No. Dillion & Co.” marking 203 - Big Four’s Time Service Inspection203 - “Hamilton Nos.

910 250 - Ajax Insulator 250 - Waltham rework to a model 1908 Vanguard’s barrel bridge 250 - A. 350, June 2004Dueber-Hampden and Its 16-Size Standard Watches Part 2: Models 4 & 5 342 - Dueber-Hampden in early 20th century 343 - Dueber-Hampden model 4 343 - New grades: Wm. 94, 95, & 555 349 - Dials on model 4 and 5 watches 349 - Cases on Dueber-Hampden watches 350 - Father Time grade No. and its sale 230 - Columbus open-face grades and change to lever-set 230 - Columbus numbered grade movements 230 - First 21-jewel watches by Columbus 231 - 18-size Time King movements 231 - New Columbus 16-size Ruby grade 231 - New Columbus grade movements, table of 231 - Railway King, 16- & 17-jewel watches 233 - Columbus King movements 233 - Dial inscriptions 234 - New Columbus Watch Co., purchased by the Studebaker brothers 235 - Dial design for railroad service 236 - 16-jewel Swiss-Columbus watch 236 - Columbus private label watch 236 - Aluminum Ball Box 236 - Hamilton cased watch data requested NAWCC Bulletin No. Raymond, Part 1: 17 & 19-Jewel Watches 65 - Elgin grades/models 66 - Benjamin W. 329, December 2000South Bend’s Standard Watches, Part I 813 - Studebaker brothers, purchased Columbus Watch Co. 822 - Elgin 571 Factory Case 823 - Keystone case, Elgin Nat’l Watch Co. 318, February 1999Brandt/Omega Standard Watches 79 - Louis Brandt & Frere, S.344, June 2003High Grade Columbus Watches Part 3- Columbus 500,000 Series 360 - Greg Frauenhoff and John Dimar, authors 360 - New Columbus Watch Manufacturing Co. Raymond, first president of National Watch Co.66 - Elgin 17-jewel grades66 - Elgin, grade 280 66 - Elgin, grade 341 67 - Elgin, grade 361 67 - Elgin, grade 370 67 - Elgin 19-jewel grades 67 - Elgin, grade 371 67 - Elgin, grade 372 67 - Elgin, grade 401 67 - Elgin, grade 455 68 - Elgin Regulators 69 - Elgin mainspring barrels 69 - Elgin dials 71 - Hamilton, grade 970 71 - Watch cleaning 73 - Vanguard Wind Indicator NAWCC Bulletin No. Raymond 638 - Waltham 19-Jewel Watches 638 - North American Watch Co. A., Bienne, Switzerland 79 - Brandt (otherwise known as Omega)79 - Brandt and Longines philosophies 79 - “S. Louis Brandt et Frere” model 79 - Brandt/Omega Labeling 80 - Omega Watch Co. Milwaukee” 87 - Maiden Lane grade model 5 Seth Thomas Watches 87 - “H. Guernsey” 87 - Burlington case markings NAWCC Bulletin No. 191 - Lever-Setting Watches 191 - Howard and New Bridge 3/4 plate models 192 - Howard’s railroad watches ad 194 - “Series 0” 194 - “Series 1” 194 - Howard Series 0 194 - Howard Series 1 & 10 194 - Howard watches 194 - Loftis Bros. 195 - Howard Railroad Chronometer - Series 11 196 - Howard R. Time Recorder- Non Magnetic198 - Mainspring barrels 199 - Howard Series 5 199 - Howard Series 9 199 - Howard Series 2 200 - Howard jewel settings 200 - Howard gear trains 200 - Howard markings 201 - Keystone’s Non-Pull-Out Bow 204 - Howard “No” 205 - Keystone Watch Case Co.360 - 18-size Time King movements 361 - New Columbus 500,000 Series Estimated production, table of 363 - Railway King became Columbus King watches 364 - Columbus King open-face and hunting case models 365 - New Columbus jewel movements, location 365 - New Columbus serial number sequence 366 - New Columbus dial inscriptions 367 - Columbus production totals 368 - 18-size Hamilton-Ball 368 - Seth Thomas Maiden Lane 368 - ORC emblem, fish symbol 369 - Swiss-Columbus movement 369 - Private label Waltham model 1892 “Pennsylvania Special” NAWCC Bulletin No. Specials” made by Hamilton 772 - Pendant-set, Wheeler bridge model watches 772 - Adjustment markings on Hamilton 773 - First Run 75001-76000 774 - Hamilton’s serial numbers and finish dates 775 - Damaskeening patterns in first run of Wheeler bridge movements 776 - Hamilton’s second run 175001-176000 776 - Hamilton’s third run 275001-276000 777 - Hamilton four-footed dials on Wheeler bridge movements 777 - H. Wheeler signed cases 779 - Ball Orders 18-size motor barrel watches from Hamilton 779 - Hamilton-Ball 18-size motor barrel runs, table of 780 - Illinois Stuart No. 337, April 2002 209 - Elgin, 22-jewel grades 209 - Elgin, 21- and 22-jewel grades 209 - Elgin, grade 391 209 - Elgin, grade 472 210 - Charles-Edouard Guillaume, Frenchman who developed Elinvar 210 - Elgin, grade 478 212 - Elgin, grade 506 212 - Elgin, grade 544 212 - Elgin, grade 581 212 - Elgin, grade 590 212 - Elgin, grade 571 214 - Elgin, 23-jewel grades 214 - Elgin, grade 494 214 - Elgin, grade 540 214 - Elgin, grades 569 & 570 214 - 16-Size B. Raymond data, table of 215 - Elgin dials 215 - Ball, Webb C. Watch Co., Marion, NJ 541 - Waltham model 83, grade no. Bale & Co., NY 634 - Royal Diamond & Watch Co., NY 635 - North State Jewelry Co., Mebane, NC 635 - Major mail-order houses (Sears, Roebuck, T. ads81 - Omega Grade abbreviations 82 - Brandt/Omega Production Dates, table of 83 - Brandt’s Grade DDR 84 - Brandt Grade CCR 84 - Decimal Watch Co., Swiss 84 - Brandt Regina 85 - Brandt dial markings 86 - “G. Simanton’s Precision Watches” 86 - Seth Thomas model 2 86 - “O. 319, April 1999Keystone-Howard and Their Standard Watches 191 - Howard and Keystone Companies, Boston, MA 191 - Waltham-made Howards 191 - Keystone Obtains U. bought Howard 206 - Longines Standard watches 208 - Seth Thomas Standard watches NAWCC Bulletin No.RR Office Clock paper326 - Depot clock, Union Station, Pittsfield, MA326 - Dating Waltham Wind Indicator Watches326 - Quinn, John J., RR signal inspector327 - Ball Company slogan NAWCC Bulletin No. 357, August 2005Wind Indicators, Part 1: Elgin 484 - Note about dates on Elgin’s models explained 484 - Wind indicators retrofitted availability 485 - Elgin’s 18-size grade wind indicators 486 - Father Time 486 - Elgin Nat’l Watch Co.375, August 200817-Jewel, 16-Size Standard Watches Part 1 473 - Full-plate 18-size mvt RR standard models listed473 - 16-size mvt models listed473 - Elgin’s Veritas model 9473 - 17-jewel, leader of RR watch industry; then demise473 - Prices of 18S & 16S grades, table of474 - Development of RR time service requirements474 - Waltham-Ball ORRS 16S, 17J watches474 - Adjusted grades474 - Ball 17J, 16S Waltham-Ball Adjusted 5 Positions474 - Waltham 16S, 17J Adjusted 5 Positions475 - Waltham Ball Official Standard grade mvts475 - Ball Model case475 - Pugh Bros. 361478 - Elgin’s model 15, 16S mvt478 - Veritas & Father Time names on Elgin’s RR line478 - Adjusted 5 Positions on B. 486 - Elgin’s 16-size grade wind indicators 488 - Elgin Wind Indicator (WI) movements, table of 489 - Elgin RR 492 - Elgin model 16-size, 23-jewel Veritas grade No.774 - Twentieth Century Model 775 - New safety stirrup bow cases 775 - Keystone J. 322, October 1999Hamilton’s Workhorse: The 940 (and its cousin, the 942) 653 - Hamilton 942/943 654 - Hamilton single vs. Gruen & Sons” signature 662 - Gruen movements 662 - Dietrich Gruen & Sons watch mfg. 817 - Nutting brothers, owners of small watch machinery and tool co., Crescent St., Waltham, MA 817 - Waltham Watch Tool Co., founded by Charles V. 481 - Ball grade 435 481 - Ball grade 435B 481 - Ball grade 435C 481 - Hamilton No. Crothers 772 - Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 772 - Chicago and Alton Railway 772 - Seth Thomas model 5 772 - Seth Thomas No.

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