Ingersoll pocket watch dating
They produced the first Dollar Ingersoll Watch in 1881 via a New York based mail-order business set up by brothers Robert & Charles Ingersoll.The Dollar Watch proved to be so popular that by mid 1890s they had sold one million Dollar Pocket Watches.
All of the watches featured at are pure machines, no batteries required as they generate power by the motion of being worn on the wrist!The Online Database for the Elgin Watch Company can tell you a great deal of information about your watch, based on just the serial number off the movement.(The "movement" is also sometimes called the "watch works".) Important!Chris' explanation isn't as detailed as Kent's, but it includes pictures which can be very helpful.Sometime in the next week or so, I will be moving my website from one ISP to another.In theory, this should all be transparent to everyone and there should be zero downtime.
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So the first ideas of producing the so-called "Dollar Watch" was born.
One company is famous for the first genuine Dollar watch - Ingersoll.
It is very common to find an expensive solid gold case with a low quality movement inside.
Even more common is finding an inexpensive gold-filled (gold plate) case with a fabulous high quality movement inside.
I should note that "learning" more about your watch starts inside the case.