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NAWCC Bulletin No. 336, February 2002
The Elgin 16-Size B.W. Raymond, Part 1: 17 & 19-Jewel Watches
65 - Elgin grades/models
66 - Benjamin W. Raymond, first president of National Watch Co.
66 - Elgin 17-jewel grades
66 - 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. 337, April 2002
The Elgin 16-Size B.W. Raymond, Part 2: The 21- and 23-Jewel Watches

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.W. Raymond data, table of
215 - Elgin dials
215 - Ball, Webb C.
215 - DuraPower dp symbol
215 - Elgin cases
218 - Port Arthur Watch Comparison Card/watch search request

NAWCC Bulletin No. 338, June 2002
The 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. Howard pendant-set, hunting-case watches for Ball
352 - Earlier Hamilton-Ball watches
353 - Waltham 16-size ORRS watches
354 - Ball, Webb C., and his companies
357 - Elgin No. 270, casing

NAWCC Bulletin No. 339, August 2002
The Ball Watch Story - Part 2: Watches of the Twentieth Century
479 - Hamilton, 18-size watches for Ball
480 - Waltham, 16-size ORRS watches for Ball
480 - Ball Model Silveroid
481 - Elgin, 18-size hunting-case “Ball Commercial Standard” watches
482 - Twentieth Century Model
485 - Hamilton, 16-size ORRS watches for Ball
486 - Illinois Watch Co. watches for Ball
486 - Record Watch Co. (Switzerland) watches for Ball
487 - Ball jeweled watches
487 - Selecting a watch for railroad service
488 - Illinois-Ball ORRS watches

NAWCC Bulletin No. 340, October 2002
The Ball Watch Story - Part 3: The Private Label and Brotherhood Watches
619 - Webb C. Ball and the marketed watches for railroad time service
619 - Private label watches
619 - Ball trademark: Official RR Standard (ORRS)
621 - Brotherhood watches
621 - E. Howard Watch Co., brotherhood watches
623 - Ball Railroad Brotherhood Watches, table of
624 - Hamilton, brotherhood watches
624 - Waltham-Ball, brotherhood watches
625 - Ball & Co.
626 - Ball’s patented “safety bow” or “safety stirrup bow”
626 - Brotherhood watch signed dials
627 - Hamilton tags
627 - Elgin National Watch Co., ORC dial
627 - Hamilton-cased watch database

NAWCC Bulletin No. 341, December 2002
The Ball Watch Story Part 4 - Ball Signed Cases
773 - Ball cases in the 1890s
773 - Ball Model cases
774 - “Baseball” trademarks of the Canadian Ball Watch Co.
774 - Twentieth Century Model
775 - New safety stirrup bow cases
775 - Keystone J. Boss, Ball Model
777 - Ball box stand
778 - Ball Official RR Standard
778 - Ball movement and case combinations
780 - Ball, Montgomery, and Freak dials
780 - Montgomery, Henry S., General Watch Inspector of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway System
781 - Ferguson patented unusual dial emphasizing minute numbers not hour numbers

 

 

 

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