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NAWCC Bulletin No. 348, February 2004
The Watch That Gets Forgotten: Elgin’s Father Time
63 - Father Time name only applied to movements with one jewel count: 21
63 - Production run dates
63 - Standard watch defined
63 - First Father Time watches in the 1890s
65 - Lack of advertising of Father Time grade
65 - Production of Father Time watches end
66 - Wind Indicators on Elgin’s 3/4 plate models
67 - Veritas 16-size, 21J movements
68 - Deck watches, the No. 367 wind indicators
69 - Father Time fitted with a going barrel
69 - Father Time wind indicator watches
70 - Last of Father Time grades
71 - Runs of Father Time grades
72 - Elgin, grade No. 27, B. W. Raymond
74 - Waltham change from pendant-set to lever-set

NAWCC Bulletin No. 349, April 2004
Dueber-Hampden and Its 16-Size Standard Watches Part 1: Models 1 & 2
241 - History of Dueber-Hampden’s beginning
241 - Hampden Watch Co.
241 - Dueber Watch Case Manufacturing Co.
242 - Distinguishing models of Dueber-Hampden
242 - First 16-size standard watches
242 - Model 2, 16-size
243 - Model 1, 16-size
243 - Model 3
243 - Dueber-Hampden grades, numbers, and flags
245 - Hunting-case watches
246 - Hampden Watch Co. dials
247 - NAWCO’s 18-size Railroad Model Case
248 - Illinois Chesapeake & Ohio Special
249 - Illinois Ferguson dial
249 - Ferguson dial on Rockford grade No. 910
250 - Ajax Insulator
250 - Waltham rework to a model 1908 Vanguard’s barrel bridge
250 - A. Lincoln grade

NAWCC Bulletin No. 350, June 2004
Dueber-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. McKinley, Railway and John C. Dueber
344 - Dueber Watch Co.
344 - Numbered grades
345 - Dueber-Hampden model 5
345 - Two new grades: Special Railway and New Railway
348 - Grades No. 94, 95, & 555
349 - Dials on model 4 and 5 watches
349 - Cases on Dueber-Hampden watches
350 - Father Time grade No. 252
351 - Father Time grade No. 164/995
351 - Father Time grade No. 367
351 - E. Howard - Albert J. Stark watch
351 - Seth Thomas Model 3

NAWCC Bulletin No. 351, August 2004
Those Other Bunns
528 - Beginning of the Illinois Springfield Watch Co.
528 - First Bunn grade watches
528 - Movements adjusted to temperature
529 - New Bunn Nickel, Illinois’ highest grade
530 - 18-size Bunn production
532 - Evolution of the 18-size, nickel, 17-Jewel Bunn Grade; by John Cote
534 - The 19-Jewel, 18-Size Bunn
535 - The 16-Size Bunn watches
535 - 16-Size Bunn production, table of
537 - Hamilton 946 Extra
538 - Brotherhood of Railroad Brakemen pin

NAWCC Bulletin No. 352, October 2004
E. Howard & Co. “Railroad” Watches
650 - Harold Visser (AZ) and Clint Geller (PA), authors
650 - Features of Railroad standard watch
650 - Howard watches popular in Railroad Time Service
651 - Howard’s “RR” marking
651 - E. Howard & Co. Grade List circa July 1885
652 - “HOUND” Grade “R.R.” or “ADJUSTED” marked movements, table of
654 - Railroad Timekeeping Standards circa 1890, by Greg Frauenhoff
655 - Dueber-Hampden 16-size model 5
655 - Dueber-Hampden model 4
655 - BoLE Elgin dial
655 - Standard watches on the Rock Island Line
657 - Railroad regulator clock oil
658 - Waltham-Ball Official RR Standard watch
659 - Waltham model ’57 Appleton, Tracy & Co. movement
659 - Appleton, Tracy & Co. standard watch model 1883 movement

NAWCC Bulletin No. 353, December 2004 - No column published

 

 

 

 

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