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Elgin Service Bulletin (c.1940)

"5:51 1; “am:‐ ‘ “ 3 “ may: . M .r.\ y-“”4:5‐ w 07". /,.‘!~ 5, '.._ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY . ELGIN, ILLINOIS 0 U.S.A. GREATEST of all Elgin traditions is craftsmanship. Since the creation of the first Elgin watch in 1865, four generations of Elgin craftsmen have moved steadily forward in the accomplishment of ever finer design . . . ever m o r e remarkable precision. Here, in the world’s largest fine watch fac‐ tory, these master American craftsmen, in partnership w i t h e x p e r t scientists, have achieved outstanding technical advances. Among these a r e the.patented Elginium hair‐ spring*, the famous Beryl-X balance, and the patented grooved balance staff. Elgin has recently spent $1,500,000 f o r intensive research and experimentation. Ex‐ clusive n e w Elgin equipment has brought with it an absolute precision and uniformity in the construction of each small timepiece p a r t : In daily use are contour projectors that magnify * P a t e n t s N o . 1,974.695 a n d 2,072,489. tiny watch parts up to 150 diameters. Pre‐ cision balances delicate enough to weigh a pencil dot. Master tool gauges accurate to 3/100,000 of an inch. The results of this investment and tech‐ nicaladvancementarewellknownto you.For they have enabled Elgin to produce watches to the m o s t exacting watchmaking standards ever known. Similarly, all Genuine Elgin Parts must conform to these same standards. U s e of s u c h p a r t s in y o u r r e p a i r w o r k enables you to render watches as mechanically per‐ fect aswhen they left the Elgin plant. Thoroughly American! Elgin, asy o u know, is the largest-selling fine watch made in Amer‐ ica. And today Elgin’s skilled craftsmen are doing their part for defense, too. In answer to the government’s call, Elgin is making precision instruments for army, navy and aviation use. Dear Sir, Here at Elgin, o u r craftsmen and scientists a r e constantly developing refine‐ ments in the construction of Elgin parts and movements. And as they are perfected, these technical advances a r e incorporated in Elgin watches. Since it has always been o u r policy to regard y o u retailers and repair experts as partners in this enterprise, we feel y o u should be fully informed on all such changes. That is the purpose of this series of articles. Here you will find complete technical information describing the newest Elgin parts, how they are made, and how to repair and assemble them. Such thorough knowledge of Elgin material, we feel, will make your work easier and save you valuable time. Furthermore, in the repairing and servicing of Elgin watches, it will enable y o u to do a regular factory job every time. Competent workmanship of this nature will have two results of the utmost importance to you. In thefirstplace,it willenhanceyourreputationasawatchrepairexpert in your community and open the way to ever increasing business. Secondly, it will add prestige to the Elgin name among your customers . . . assure a steady sale of the newest Elgins from your own stocks . . . and bring you a rising flow of profits from new watch sales. From time to time, additional bulletins in this series will be sent to you. They may be conveniently inserted in this binder. We hope you will keep this information up to date and placed where you can refer to it easily whenever necessary. Sincerely, ¢ President Elgin National Watch Company ' 'T ALBERT POTTER '§‘IMPURTANT FEATURESTJi OF THE NEW ELGIN WATCHES THE new Elgin movements offer a com‐ bination of advantages heretofore available in no single timepiece. They supply additional proof that Elgin is years ahead of the rest of the world in watch manufacture. With the introductionof theELGINIUMhairspringand BERYL-X balance, Elgin has stepped beyond the previously accepted standards» of fine 1. The “ELGINIUM’”< self-compensating hairspring. (Patent Nos. 1,974,695 and 2,072,489.) 2. The “BERYL-X”* solid balance. 3. The new Elgin grooved balance stafi. (Patent No. 2,174,122.) 4. The new, scientifically designed power assembly, including barrel, mainspring, and a n e w type of mainspring brace. Delivers a uniform flow of power, and permits each watch to r u n at least 38 hours on one wind‐ ing. This insures a balance motion superla‐ tively constant. 5. The n e w separable steel domes, contain‐ ing the upper balance endstone and the easily removable lower balance endstone, which make it possible to clean the watch without removing the balance hole jewels, thus pre‐ serving the original endshake. 6. General appearance of movement en‐ hanced by use of large ruby and sapphire jewels. *Regi.stered Trade Mark. watchmaking. Only after years of testing and rejecting hundreds of alloys has Elgin adopt‐ ed ELGINIUM and BERYL-X asthe t w o alloys best suited f o r these watch parts. Today Elgin equips its watches with the finest hairspring and balance known to watchmaking science. Some of the distinctive advantages of the n e w Elgin watches a r e these! 7. The newly designed stem-wind (double locking), which gives maximum safety of op‐ eration in both winding and setting positions. 8. Extra sturdy plates, combined with a new method of steady pinning, to produce an extremely rigid assembly. 9. Screws with coarser threads, to prevent overturning. 10. Friction jeweling. 11, Complete interchangeability of parts. 12. Thinner models with beveled plates, per‐ mitting thinner casing and better styling. 13, Exceptional accessibility to the essential parts when this may become necessary for cleaning or repairs. RUST-PROOF...TRULY NON-MAGNETIC (SELF-COMPENSATING) ELGINwatches today are equipped with the marvelous n e w self-compensating ELGIN‐ [ U M hairsprings and BERYL-X solid balances. ELGINIUMis a special alloy which is practi‐ cally unafiected by changes in temperature. Exclusive with Elgin, it is protected by reg‐ istered trade marks and by Patent Nos. 1,974,695 and 2,072,489. Illustrations below show the comparative action of ELGINIUM and of ordinary hair‐ springs under magnetic conditions. For ex‐ MAGNETIC TEST No. 1 Watches in magnetic field of moderate intensity (650 lines) for 10 minutes. ample, if a series of three watches w e r e placed in the field of 650 lines per square inch created by a magnet, watch No. 1, an Elgin equipped with ELGINIUM hairspring, watch No. 2, containing a supposedly “non-mag‐ netic” hairspring, and watch No. 3, containing a steel hairspring, the astonishing superiority of ELGINIUM hairsprings would be demon‐ strated as shown in the chart below. If placed in a magnetic field of 1300 lines, watches No. 2 and N0. 3 would cease to function entirely, as shown in the second chart. MAGNETIC TEST No. 2 N wrrn ELGINIUM Q mmsrumc ELGlN. with EL§lNlUM hairspring. Truly non-mug- netlc ‐ gains one second l“ “\ ELGIN WITH ELGINluM HAIRSPRING ELGlN. with ELGlNlUM halrspring. Trul non-mog‐ netlc ‐ gains 1‘/z seconds *Regislcred Trade Mark. WATCH No. 3. with steel hairsprlng. STOPS WATCH No. 3. with steel hairspring. STOPS WATCH No. 2. with supposedly non-magnetic hairspring. Gains 7‘/z seconds WATCH No. 2. with supposedly non-magnetic hairspring. Watches in magnetic field of double intensity (1300 lines) for 10 minutes. RUST-PROOF . . . TRULY NON-MAGNETIC . . . WITH THE SAME HARDNESS WHICH HAS MADE PREVIOUS ELGIN BALANCES FAMOUS THE BERYL-X solid balance is made f r o m a heat-treatedhardened alloy, which combines the characteristics of resistance to distortion, stiffness, and resistance to wear that a r e r e ‐ quired of a balance. Where an ELGINIUM hairspring and a BERYL-X balance a r e used together, either part may be replaced with‐ o u t altering the temperature adjustment of the watch. Magnetism has no efl’ect. Neither the ELGINIUM hairspring n o r the BERYL-X balance will rust. And both are unaffected by temperature -changes. BERYL-X The above photographic reproductions, e n ‐ larged 50 times actual size, show the stafi holes of BERYL-X, nickel, and compensating steel balances after stafis have been removed. In these photographs, compare the condi‐ tion of the staff holes after the balance staff has been driven o u t with a staking tool. Note ‘Registered Trade Mark. how the BERYL-X balance is superior to the nickel balance and equal to the compensating steelbalancein distortion-resistance,stiffness, and ability to withstand stafi replacements. A n d remember ‐ a poised BERYL-X bal‐ ance will remain permanently poised, while a poised compensating steel balance can be disturbed byhandling. HEREyou see Elgin’snew grooved balance staff, incor‐ porated in the n e w Elgins. Notethegroovein thestaking shoulder just below the rivet‐ ing rim. This groove elimi‐ nates the possibility of dam‐ age and distortion to the balance stafl' hole when staff isreplaced. Thestaffmaybe driven o u t with a staking tool without damaging balance. No lathe work is required. m ‐‐ s\\\‘ E \\\\\\ *Patent No. 2,174,122. ! “m" Ordinary Balance Stafi' Ordinary Balance Stafi' BeforeRiveting After Riveting Grooved Balance Stafi' Grooved Balance Stafl' BeforeRivefing After Riveting With the usual balance stafl', whentherivetingr i misstaked overtoholdthebalancewheel on t h e stafl', a considerable a m o u n tof swellingtakesplace in the shoulder of the staff. thusdistortingtheholein the ance. Heretheshoulderdiameterbe‐ comes enlarged, and the bal‐ ance hole is distorted. This, of course, destroys the c o n ‐ centricity of the balance r i m . When the smfl‘is driven out. the hole will be increased to the size of the enlarged staff. Thisnewtypestafi'm a yheas‐ sembledtoanElginBERYL‐X balance wheel by riveting Groovedstafi'sm a yreadilybe removed without distorting the hole in the balance, be‐ causetheprojectingr i mof the riveted shoulder is readily broken loose from the m a i n bodyof thestafi'withtheuse of a staking tool. without a n y damage shoulder diameter. to the TO REMOVE AND REPLACE NEW GROOVED BALANCE STAFF PLACEstaff in staking tool (Figure A ) , and remove stafi' f r o m BERYL‐X balance with punch as illustrated. To assemble a n e w stafi to the BERYL-X balance, gently l a p and spread the riveting r i m until the stafl' is tight by using a flat-faced hollow riveting punch (Figure B ) . After each tap rotate the punch. IF ANY TRUING IS NECESSARY AFTER THE BERYL-X BALANCE AND STAFF ARE ASSEMBLED, BEND THE BALANCE DOWN TOWARD ROLLER END OF STAFF. IF THE BALANCE IS BENT UP THERE IS A GREATER TENDENCY FOR THE RIVETING TO BREAK LOOSE. REMOVING AND REPLACING JEWELS F i g . C shows procedure f o r r e m o v i n g balance endstone and setting f r o m cock-dome. Dome is supported over hole in base of staking stand and endstone is removed with a flat‐ faced punch slightly smaller in diameter than the setting. The new endstone and setting are driven into the cock‐ dome by means of a fiat-faced punch slightly larger in diameter than the setting (Fig. D ) , bringing face of end‐ stone exactly flush with surface of cock-dome, which is the correct position. Dome is n o w ready to be reassembled on the cock. In removing balance jewel and setting from the pillar plate, support plate on staking stand table (Fig. E) with dial side of plate down. Drive o u t jewel and setting with flat-faced punch slightly smaller in diameter than the setting. To replace lower balance jewel and setting, support pillarplatedialsidedownonastump (Fig.F).Thestump REMOVING AND REPLACING JEWELS (Continued) SETTiNG y PLATE Z/ ilf’f/ STAKING STAND TABLE Hm should be slightly smaller in diameter than the recess for endstone setting. Using a punch slightly smaller in di‐ ameter than the setting, drive setting down to endstone seat. Thus the original end-shake is still maintained. The same procedure as above is followed in replac‐ i n g balance jewel and setting in balancecock. (Fig.G.) In removing and replacing train jewels and settings the procedure is similar to that used in removing and replac‐ i n g balance jewels, and is shown in Figs. H and I. All hole jewel settings a r e to be pushed into plates from joint-line side of plates as shown in the various illus‐ trations. TIGHTENING JEWEL SETTINGS I f , by a n y chance, a loose fitting jewel setting is encountered due to repeated removal and re‐ placement, the following procedure should be followed to create the necessary friction. Place the setting, joint-line side u p , on stump of staking stand, Fig. J. By means of an inside taper punch, the stock in the edge of settingshouldberolledover,increasingthedi‐ ameter sufficiently to give the required friction. -. , ._ _%, w», - = § \ JEWEL l SETTING $§§N 14 STUMP SETTING 5 EF SPREADTNGORE sTUMP SETTING AF SPREADINLER REPLACING HANDS In replacing hour and minute hands, SUPPORT CENTER STAFF ON STUMP (Fig. K ) , and drive down hour and minute hands with suitable flat-faced hollow punch. Hour hand is to be driven onto hour wheel to a position slightly below t o p of the hour wheel huh. Minute hand is to be driven to seat on cannon pinion. By this method, jewels remain in original locationsand end-shake is undisturbed. ...WHY ELGIN’S NEW TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT MAKES YOUR REPAIR WORK SIMPLER THAN EVER BEFORE YEARS of intensive research and experimentation, in‐ volving the expenditure of $1,500,000.00, are today ena‐ bling Elgin to produce watches which are years ahead in technical design. Exclusive n e w Elgin equipment has brought with it an absolute precision and uniformity in the construction of each tiny timepiece part. It has as‐ sured finer materials and given new meaning to “inter‐ changeability of parts.” Today your Elgin replacements c a n he made accurately . with a minimum of time and effort . . . without dis‐ turbing the functioning of the timepiece as a whole. On the following pages you will see some of the equip‐ ment which has placed Elgin so far ahead of the rest of the world in modern watch and watch-part manufacture. NEW EYES FOR ELGIN’S MASTER CRAFTSMEN In order to prevent the slight‐ est variation from standard, Elgin watch parts a r e magni‐ fied 20 to 150 times and projected against a master drawing by the “contour pro‐ jector.” Complete interchange‐ ability of parts thus becomes a reality in the Elgin factory. PERFECTION OF OPERATION ASSURED To make absolutely sure that every timepiece will meet Elgin’s rigid operating r e ‐ quirements, Elgin’s m a s t e r craftsmen use many high‐ powered optical instruments to search f o r a n y imperfection in the action of the movement. TO GUARANTEE PRECISION CONSTRUCTION Each Elgin must pass thru 1,077 rigorous inspections! The Production Departments and Central Inspection Divi‐ sion of the Elgin Research Laboratory repeatedly exam‐ ine each part with precise, modern scientific instruments. SPECIAL HARDNESS FOR ELGIN PARTS In the hardness tester, shown here, Elgin’s metal parts, as well as all r a w materials, are checked for exact correspond‐ ence to the proper index of hardness for that material. WORLD'S MOST ACCURATE GAUGES With the ultra-sensitive “op‐ timeter,” scientists in the Elgin Research Laboratory check production gauges with master gauges which are accu‐ r a t e to 2/1,000,000 of an inch. Elgin’s production gauges must never vary m o r e than 3/100,000 of an inch. LIGHT WAVES PROTECT GAUGE ACCURACY Infinitesimal red light waves passing through a glass disk become visible aslines on gauges showing differences as small as one-millionth of an inch. A gauge that deviates from utmost accuracy is de‐ tected at a glance by Elgin’s ResearchLaboratoryscientists. IN 1927 the Elgin National Watch Company introduced to the watchmakers and jewelers of the United States the “Elgin Genuine Ma‐ terial Case.” The purpose of this case was twofold. First, it was designed to provide a convenient method f o r watchmakers and jewelers to maintain stocks of Elgin material. Secondly, it aimed at providing a simple method for ordering staple items of watch material. All materials for the Elgin Genuine Material Cabinet a r e packed at the Elginfactoryin refillpack‐ ages of one-quarter dozen units for most items; some parts, such as mainspring units and screws come in dozens, and others in half dozens. This procedure assures the .watchmaker that he will receive the exact ma‐ terial he has ordered. There is no chance whatsoever of any mis‐ takes occurring in the handling of o u r m a ‐ terial from the time it is originally packed at the factory until it reaches the hands of the watchmaker. In ordering material under this system, it is necessary only to specify the number of the bottle f o r which it is intended. A l l material so ordered will arrive in refill packages n u m ‐ bered to correspond with the correct bottles in your case. The Elgin Genuine Material Cabinet in‐ cludes the following types of material: Balance Stafls Balance Jewels Combination Rollers and Pins RollerJewels Hour and Minute Hands Second Hands Setting Levers Jewel, Dial and Cock Screws (Oversized) Timing Screws of Known Value ' Setting Lever Screws Winding Arbors Click Springs Mainsprings THE ELGIN GENUINE MATERIAL CASE Designed to save time. trouble and money in making repairs of Elgin watches. As you will note, these are the types of material most generally needed in watch re‐ pair work. In preparing this cabinet, the Elgin Na‐ tional Watch Company supplied each bottle with one or two pieces of mate‐ rial. And, although the piece price cost of these materials would r u n in ex‐ cess of $100, the cabinet ‐ w i t h material‐is sold to the watchmaker by the material distributor f o r only $50. This was done to encourage the sale of the cabinet and to assure the watchmaker that the , correct material would be in the bottle to correspond with the infor‐ mation given on the charts. To date over eight thousand Elgin material cabinetshavebeendistributed. Watchmakers have praised them highly and have found that there is no better way of maintaining or ordering supplies of Elgin parts. Elgin Genuine Material Cabinets a r e avail‐ ablefrom allauthorizedElginGenuineMate‐ r i a l distributors. These distributors a r e c o n ‐ veniently located throughout the United States and will serve y o u promptly and efficiently. I. INTRODUCTION A. HISTORICAL The problem of oiling watches is probably as old as the watch industry itself. to which they are applied; and in general they must retain chemical stability over a period of years. It is also essential that a lubricant to be used for such a purpose should possess a vanishingly small volatility within the normal operating r a n g e of temperatures, A variety of vegetable, animal, and marine oils have been employed as lubricants for timepieces and other small and precise mechanisms. Also,blendsof these oils with mineral oil have been used quite ex‐ tensively. The lubricant that has probably enjoyed the widest application to horo‐ logical work is that prepared by rendering the fats from the jaw of the porpoise. In recent years synthetic oils have appeared on the mar‐ ket. Some of these lubri‐ cants consist of mixtures of organic chemicals used as plasticizers in the lacquer and resin industries. Elgin’s sensational watch oil discovery . . . M-56a. Scientists'ion Elgin’sIndustrialFellowshipat MellonInstitute,in collabora‐ t i o n w i t h Elgin’s Research Department,perfect non-spreading, non-corrosive, non-gumming n e w lubricant. Of ideal viscosity andunafl'ectedby ordinary temperature changes.M-56aranks as the finest watch oil ever developed. and a low temperature of solidification. Furthermore, it is desirable that the lubri‐ c a n t have a relatively low viscosity which should be as nearly independent of tem‐ perature as possible. Since shellac is commonly used in watches in cementing some of the jewels, the oil must neither dissolve n o r attack this natural resin. On the basis of an estimation of the approximate bearing pres‐ sures for an average sized balance, it was evident that a satisfactory lubricant m u s t possess good boundary In‐ bricating properties, as ex‐ plained in the following section. B. ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM The present study of lubrication as specifically ap‐ plied to watches and fine mechanisms was commenced with a critical s u r v e y of the properties believed indis‐ pensable to the ideal watch oil. Our exhaustive analysis of the problem indicated that the lubricant itself should n o t spread on the jewel and metal surfaces with which it comes into contact. The lubri‐ cant must not be corrosive nor become corrosive dur‐ i n g the period of use. Since these oils a r e exposed to air for extended periods of time, they m u s t n o t oxidize, become rancid, or f o r m g u m under ordinary atmospheric conditions or in the presence of the p a r t s ' I n d u s t r i a l F e l l o w , M e l l o n I n s t i t u t e , P i t t s b u r g h . P a . " Superintendent of Research and Inspection, Elgin National Watch Company, Elgin, 111. C. THEORY OF LUBRICATION According to currently accepted views, lubrication is divided into two classes: 1. Viscous Lubrication 2. Boundary Lubrication If the moving and stationary surfaces of a bearing at their point of nearest approach are still separated by a distance equal to several thousands of times g r e a t e r than molecular dimensions, viscous lubrication re‐ sults. This condition exists in the presence of rela‐ tively high speeds and low bearing pressures; the frictional forces developed under these circumstances are a function only of the viscosity of the lubricant. The mathematical laws governing viscous lubrication were first formulated by Reynolds. A New Elgin Development By George E. Barker* and Frank D. Urie** 13 Boundary lubrication results when the bearing surfaces are separated by a layer of lubricant only o n e or a few molecules in thickness. This condition is present when the speeds are low or the motion is intermittent, and the bearing pressures a r e relatively high. In this t y p e of lubrication the frictional forces are practically independent of the viscosity of the lubricant and are a function of its chemical structure and the nature of the bearing surfaces. It is probable that both viscous and boundary lubricating conditions exist in watches. The latter are encountered, for example, wherever the bearing pressures are very high, as in the balance wheel jewels. Hence, the ideal watch oil m u s t have proper‐ ties embodying both types of lubrication. II. DEVELOPMENT OF LABORATORY TESTING PROCEDURES After deciding u p o n the required characteristics for optimum watch lubrication,it was necessary to devise rapid and reliable procedures for determining these properties. A. SPREADING The best method of evaluating quantitatively the tendency of a liquid to spread on a solid surface is to measure the angle of contact which the liquid face in question, a condition that resembles that encountered in a watch. The dimensions of the drop are determined by means of a low power microscope equipped with a filar micrometer eyepiece (Fig. 2 ) . makes with the solid (Fig. 1 ) . The m o s t desirable F i g u r e 2 ‐ I . o w power microscope_equipped w i t h fi l a r micrometereyepiece In order to insure the use of liquid drops of reason‐ ably uniform volume, it was necessary to construct a special microburette capable of delivering liquids with a maximum error of 2 per cent. In practice, drops containing 0.000183 cubic centimeter were em‐ ployed, since distortion of shape due to gravity is eliminated to a great extent by the use of a very small volume. The correlation between the spreading tendency as predicted from contact angle measurements and the actual observation of watches is remarkably good. B. CORROSION Because of the necessity of absolute non-corrosiveness in watch oils, it was necessary to devise accelerated corrosion tests. A quantitative procedure was devel‐ oped in which carefully prepared steel and brass specimens are immersed in the oil while moist air is continuously introduced, the samples being main‐ tained at 212° F. for 120 hours (Fig. 3). The loss in weight of the metal specimens is a measure of the 5T EEL, BRASS. OR J E W E L Figurel‐Contactanglemeasurements If the drops a r e small their surfaces will he portions of spheres. Then, |i=2IBCD.(T and3‐Daremeasuredwithamicrometer eyepiece. a n d |_c_=_ = 2 t a n. 1 fi ) procedure for the present problem is the measure‐ m e n t of the dimensions of a sessile drop on the sur‐ A second corrosion test that was employed in‐ volves the observation of watch pivots oiled with the lubricants and placed in a humid atmospheremain‐ tained on alternate weeks at 212° F. and at r o o m temperature. e x t e n t of corrosion. test samples reveals surface. Microscopic examination of the a n y incipient corrosion on the C. VISCOSITY The viscOsity of watch oils can be determined with any of the standard types of viscometers. In this work it was found convenient, when only a small sample was available, to use the capillary tube viscometer described by Lidstone. This instrument is APPARATUS FOR CORROSION TEST uousNED METAL cuses, b o ‘ m SAME MATERIAL. sszaATEn av GLASS c h s i n g in a watch. The method employed consists of blowing a measured quantity of dry, clean air through Liebig absorption bulbs in a thermostat, but the results are reliable only for controlled com‐ parisons (Fig. 4 ) . E. BOUNDARY LUBRICATING QUALITY It was stated earlier that m o s t certainly boundary lubricating conditions exist in a watch, and conse‐ quently an ideal watch oil must have what may be called “oiliness.” In order to measure this property of oiliness, an instrument was designed employing the oscil‐ lating motion of a pendulum, which is similar to that of the balance wheel of a watch; the period was so adjusted as to produce the same maximum relative speed of the bearing surfaces as the maximum speed of the balance pivot of a watch (Fig. 5 ) . The bear‐ i n g surfaces ' Figure 3 easy to construct, simple to operate, and sufficiently accurate f o r practical purposes. A one cubic centi‐ m e t e r sample of o i l is adequate f o r the determination. D. VOLATILITY It is extremely difficult to measure the volatility of oils under conditions at all comparable to those exist‐ consisted of a steel ball on plane sap- phires, and the pressure was made the same order of magnitude as that computed to exist in the balance STIRRER THERMOREGULATOR HEATER \ PRESSURE REGULAWR DRYING TOWER FLOWMETER MANOMETER .J uV 4.x; SATURATING BULBS Figure4‐Apparatusformeasuringvolatility Figures pivot of a typical watch by the choice of the weight of the pendulum and the diameter of the steel ball. The correlation between the coefficient of friction as measured by this instrument and the motion of the balance wheel of a watch is almost perfect and hence the method has been of g r e a t value in solving the watch oil problem. IIL SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM When satisfactory laboratory testing methods had thus been established for determining the requisite characteristics of an ideal watch oil, it was necessary to correlate these properties with the organic chemi‐ cal s t r u c t u r e of the lubricants. The general relation‐ ship of the chemical structure to some properties was already known, as, for example, in regard to viscosity, corrosiveness, and volatility, and to a limited extent, oiliness. The contact angles of approximately t w o hundred substances w e r e measured on glass, brass, steel, a n d r u b y surfaces. The assembly and critical analysis of these data made possible the formulation of a theory, which permitted the prediction of the spreading characteristics of an organic chemical compound of known structure. “Oiliness,” which is discussed here, is that p r o p ‐ efficient of friction determined with the dynamic lubricant testing instrument described in an earlier section of this paper. High molecular weight fatty acids such as oleic and stearic are excellent oiliness carriers, and their addition to mineral oil in small quantities is known to effect g r e a t improvement in the oiliness of the latter, though of course the other properties are n o t affected in the right direction to render these materials suitable for o u r purpose. Also, esters of fatty acids, particularly esters of hydroxy fatty acids, e.g., castor oil, are good boundary lubri‐ c a n t s . Since these substances a r e corrosive them‐ selves or tend to become corrosive during use, they are unsatisfactory for watch oils. Therefore, it was essential to extend o u r knowledge of the relation of oiliness to chemical structure in order to obtain satis‐ factory materials. The required non-corrosive bound‐ a r y lubricants were discovered. After examining a large number of commercially available materials, it became a p p a r e n t that the only possibility of obtaining an oil which even approached an ideal watch lubricant was through synthesis. Since the efi'ect of chemical structure on the numerous properties desired in a watch oil was known, it was possible to predict in a general way the types of compounds n e c e s s a r y to obtain the desired results. Because of the multiplicity of definite properties, it was necessary to synthesize a large number of com‐ pounds. Each n e w oil approached m o r e closely the ideal combination of characteristics until finally very e r t y of a lubricant which is measured by the co‐ CONTACT ANGLES Viscosity Solidification (Centistokes) T e m p e r a t u r e ‐ ‐ 0 87 26 No 45 No 69 18 No Friction Coefficient, Steel on s a p p h i r e 0.0982 0.1013 0.1039 0.1138 0.1000 TABLE I‐Comparison of Watch Oil Properties S t e e l R u b y Low High ‐25 162 42 No No Low Low Low Medium Medium High High ‐ 20 ‐ 20 ‐50 4 0 ° F 90° F CORROSION W a t d ‘ Pivot ‐50 160 32 No B r a s s S t e e l satisfactory materials have been obtained. Conse‐ quently,the productsnow in use are entirelynew materials with a new combination of properties which have n e v e r before been realized. Table I records the properties of the best watch oil developed during this research together with some of those previously available. Examination of the table reveals the combined superior properties of high contact angles, low solidification temperature, high viscosity index, non-corrosiveness, and low co‐ eficient of friction possessed by the specimen of the lubricant, M-56a. IV. FACTORY TESTS In addition to the laboratory work carried on at the Mellon Institute, an elaborate procedure was set up at Elgin in order to test the lubricants for actual running condition in watches. The first test consisted of oiling a number of small ladies’ wrist watches, 21/0 size, with each n e w lubricant as it was received. These watches were wound daily and the motions of the balance wheel were read at weekly intervals. Peri‐ odically they were examined with a microscope to de‐ termine how much, if a n y , lubricant remained in the bearing. Theresultsofsuchatestonthenewlubricant M-56a are shown graphically in the chart (Fig. 6 ) . The vertical coordinate indicates the average motion ofthewatchandthehorizontalcoordinatethelength of the test in days (420). Two horizontal limiting lines were set arbitrarily at slightly m o r e than 11/2 turns as the maximum desirable motion and 1M; turns asthe minimum motion, below which point the performance was considered unsatisfactory. The aver‐ a g e motion readings a r e represented on the graph by circles which a r e connected by solid lines. The dotted line portion n e a r the middle of the graph indicates the period of 31 days during which the watches were allowed to r u n down in order to determine recovery of motion. It will be noted that at the end of the curve covering a period of 420 days from the start, motions of these watches a r e v e r y satisfactory. This test is still in progress and will be continued until such time as the motions drop below the minimum requirements. By w a y of contrast, we have included on this chart another curve of a similar test conducted with a lubricant n o t o u r own, but advertised as “suitable for watches.” In the case of this lubricant the average motion dropped below the minimum requirements in 7 days. At the end of 15 days 60% of the watches under test had actually stopped. If the performance of a given lubricant appeared to be good in the test described above, 100 watches were oiled with it and the watches were allowed to -I :lI l.glg;WluallumllI zm-1Im-hulgulma-I-un, sunburn-uln" al‘xl l l a ' "III-I 160 lab 7.00 7.20 240 260 280 300 37.0 340 360 330 400 Figure 6 go through the factory in the regular manner. This sampling process was extended to lots of 1,000 watches, then to 5,000 watches, and in the case of the new lubricant M-56a the final sample lot included 50,000 watches, before this product was adopted f o r use on all Elgin watches. A great many other types of tests were made, a f u l l description of which would require m o r e time than can be allotted to this paper. A particularly interesting one, however, is illustrated in the follow‐ ing chart. The purpose of this type of test was to investigate the efiect of various oils on the perform‐ ance of watches at various temperatures. For this test the same ten Elgin 16 size pocket watches were used in all cases, the only difi'erence being in the lubricant employed. These watches were r u n in the dial-up position and the mean daily rates were de‐ termined at each of the following temperatures: +120°F., +95°F., +70°F., +40°F., +20°F., 0° F. and ‐20° F. At each of the above tempera‐ tures the motions of the balance wheel were read at the end of each 24- hour period. Figure 7 shows below zero. This difficulty is due mainly to a drop in motion, as shown from a study of the temperature‐ motion curves given at the right of the graph. Here we see that when the watches were lubricated with the other oil the motions dropped of? rapidly as the temperature decreased. This test shows that to obtain satisfactory performance at low temperatures, a suit‐ able lubricant is just as essential as close compensa‐ tion of the hairspring and balance. It also shows that the actual shape of the temperature-rate curve is TEMPERA'TURE‐RATE CURVE TEMPERAT URE‐MO‘I’\0N CURVE ‐60 ‘40 -7.0 0 +10 RATE‐SEC [DAY Figure 7 Va, ‘fi. 3/4 | I'M. m. T U R N S OFBHLANCE AT END OF 24 HOUR RUN. 5 minutes 3 hours Figure 8‐Spreading of watch oil on steel. Same volume of oil in each drop. Upper dr0p is n e w Elgin lubricant, M-Sfia. and lowerdropis ordinary watch oil. high viscosity index and low pour and solidification temperatures. Thenew lubricantis recommendedfor use in various types of precise mechanisms for which an oil with the properties described is required. The successful solution of this problem of watch lubrication w a s attained t h r o u g h the combination of fundamental scientific investigation and practical evaluation of the products of the laboratory by ex‐ perts in the industry at each step of the investigation. Such close and harmonious cooperation between theory and practice is an essential aspect of a sound research p r o g r a m . The result is a striking example of the application of basic scientific procedures to the problem of watch technology. graphically the results of such a test with t w o different lubricants, the solid line f o r the n e w lubricant M-56a and the dotted line for another watch oil. It can be seen f r o m the temperature-rate c u r v e that the watches when oiled with this new Elgin lubricant performed very satisfactorily at all temperatures between +120° and ‐ 2 0 ° F. HOWever, when these same watches were lubricatedwith another oil,the tempera‐ ture-rate curve was n o t nearly so straight; further‐ more, the watches would n o t r u n at temperatures influenced the watch. considerably by the t y p e of o i l used in V. CONCLUSION This research has produced a n e w lubricant, M-56a, which does n o t spread on the steel, brass, or jewel sur‐ faces of a watch. It has satisfactory lubricating p r o p ‐ erties,is resistant to oxidation, does n o t corrode, and possesses a low r a t e of evaporation. It also exhibits a WHEN Peter Henlein of Niiremberg conceived the idea of using a mainspring as motive power for his portable watch, he contributed to horology o n e of its m o s t important factors, the storing of energy to be exhausted over a long period of time. Henlein’s watches were made with iron plates and wheels, and iron continued to be used for the first half century of watchmaking. Iron was unsatisfac‐ tory in many ways, and in the year 1530 brass was introduced. However, in spite of this improvement in material, early watches soon showed wear in the pivot bearings. The next problem was to find a more resistant material for these important parts. THE FIRST JEWELS In 1704 Nicholas Facio of Basel, who had settled in England, conceived the idea of using stones for those watch bearings where the m o s t wear occurred, espe‐ cially the balance pivot holes. It was Facio who made the first jeweled bearings. Fromthistimeonjewelswereusedmoreandmore, and a l l watches made by early American watchmakers contained jeweled bearings. The early jewels- were hand made, a v e r y slow and tedious operation, espe‐ cially with the tools and equipment used in those days. The earliest hole jewels were made of clear quartz, a soft material that was easily ground and polished, butonewhichdidnotwearwell. Later,garnetjewels were introduced, and finally ruby and sapphire, the stones we have today. Next to diamonds, ruby and sapphire a r e the hardest stones existing, y e t they c a n be drilled, ground, and polishedwith diamond pow‐ der. Diamonds were, and still are, used occasionally as cap jewels, although from experience we find ruby endstones to be m o s t satisfactory. THE MANUFACTURE OF WATCH JEWELS In recent years methods have been developed for manufacturing watch jewels of a uniformity and p r e ‐ cision that never before existed. These precision methods permit keeping hole sizes to a tolerance of .0001 of an inch and jewel diameters to .0004 of an inch. With these close tolerances, complete inter‐ changeability of jewels is possible. Under the n e w methods of manufacture, the jewels are first roughed o u t into a small round disc. A hole is pierced through this disc by a drilling machine, the spindles of which operate at from 25,000 to 36,000 R.P.M. The carbon steel drills, which a r e often no larger than a human hair, are charged with fine diamond powder mixed with olive oil. Wear on the drills is so intense that a new point must be made on it after every few jewels are pierced. To insure complete accuracy, the holes are opened to size by passing through them a diamond-charged wire of e x a c t diameter. This process gives precision n o t possible by drilling alone and polishes the hole to ahighgloss. The succeeding operations, t u r n i n g the diameter and chamfering, are done while the jewels are strung on a wire that exactly fits their holes. Today’s p r e ‐ cision in these operations is possible because the jewels a r e always perfectly centered by this wire. JEWEL DESIGN There a r e five basic types of watch jewels: The bal‐ ance jewel, the train jewel, the jewel pin, the pallet stone and the endstone. These are illustrated. The hole is by far the most important feature of Their Development and Design balance a n d t r a i n jewels. It should, of PALLET STONES course, be well polished, and the length of the hole should be about equal to its diameter. The hole of a good balance jewel is rounded or olived in order to reduce the friction surface to a JEWEL SETTINGS Duringthe last eight years the method of friction‐ setting jewels has been developed. Friction-set jewels are made possible by the extreme precision of present‐ day jewel-manufacturing processes. Friction setting has been of great assistance to the watch repairer, since it makes jewels much m o r e easily interchanged. There are two types of friction setting now currently in use: 1. Where the jewel is set in a brass setting and the brass setting is, in t u r n , pushed, or fric‐ tioned, into place. 2. Where the jewel is pushed directly into place without a brass setting. At the present time, there is little to choose between the t w o methods, since both allow complete inter‐ changeability of jewels. In v e r y small watches such as the present Lady Elgin, it is possible to use a stronger and thicker jewel by eliminating the setting. There a r e over fi f t y operations in the process of manufacturing, inspecting, and setting an Elgin bal‐ TYPES OF ROLLER JEWELS minimum. Also important in the balance jewel is the NON-FRICTION TYPE JEWELS Train Balance mEndstone FRICTION TYPE JEWELS Train Balance Endstone curvature of the t o p convex surface. This curvature need n o t be extreme but should be even and curved enough to insure capillary action of the oil, keeping theoilclosetothepivot. AtElgin,balancejewelsare projected to 150 times actual size to compare the curvature of their olived holes and, convexed sur‐ faces with master drawings. The customary train jewel has a chanifer on the lower side of the hole. This chalnfer is intended to prevent a stoppage of the motion in case small parti‐ cles of foreign matter get between the lower face of the jewel and the shoulder of the pivot. Elgin train jewels have the added feature of a chamfer on the cupping, or t o p side of the hole. This chamfer r e ‐ duces to a minimum the possibility of scored pivots, since it eliminates the sharp edge characteristic-of m o s t other train jewels. Roller jewels, or jewel pins, have undergone a great m a n y changes. Following a r e sketches of seven characteristic roller jewels, starting with the first round roller jewel used in the old English watches, and progressing to the modern elliptical jewel pin used in Elgin watches. Roundrollerjewel from the first English watches Triangular rollerjewel Swiss jewel w i t h epicycloid curves Oval form used in early Swiss watches Early Americans q u a r e roller Jewel Elliptical jewel p i n used in s o m e watches today ELGIN ROLLER JEWEL a n c e jewel. It is almost inconceivable that so m a n y operations must be performed on such a small part, y e t every operation m u s t be done with the skill of an expert craftsman. Gauges and other instruments of control are checked daily and held to within a tolerance of .00003 of an inch‐less than one one‐ hundredth of the thickness of a human hair. The quality and uniformity of genuine Elgin jewels em‐ phasizes the tremendous advantages achieved by o u r extensive manufacturing, research and inspection equipment. Elgin possesses unequalled facilities for measuring and inspecting these tiny parts. The foregoing explanation of the a m o u n t of care that is given to the manufacture of jewelsis evidence enough of the necessity of using genuine jewels for replacement purposes. Elgin genuine jewels can be obtained from any authorized distributor of genuine Elgin material. These distributors are located throughout the United States in order that they m a y render overnight service to the watchmaker and jeweler. All staple genuine parts are packed in individual sealed packages with f u l l identification of the particular material. It is far better to have the material fit the watch rather than make the watch fit the material. To assure customers of the highest standards of repair, only genuine Elgin jewels and other materials should be used; thereby the watch will be restored to its original factory condition. Inspecting u n s e t jewels. This binocular microscopemagnifies thirty diameters to reveal even the slightest imperfection. Set jewels r u n for concentricity. The indicator hand shows variations from center of as little as .0001of an inch. Setting finished jewels in lower plate. The plate is positioned on an adapter to insure that exact endshake will be obtained. Loading pallet stonesto grind. Pallet stonesare ground to length in these special blocks which hold about 1,700 jewels. . ELG N MUVEMENT 22 (Reprintedby request) 0 When, in 1504, Peter Henlein of Niiremberg built the fi r s t portable timepiece, he introduced i n t o it a band of steel ribbon wound about an arbor and con‐ tained in a drum. The elastic force of this ribbon, when unwinding, furnished the motive power to pro‐ pel the train of wheels and the escapement. This steel band is known in modern watches as the “mainspring.” THE FIRST MAINSPRINGS The first mainsprings were hand wrought by expert blacksmiths, able to forge a steel band to a compara‐ tively even thickness and smooth surface through‐ o u t its f u l l length. Many antique clocks with hand‐ made mainsprings are still to. be seen today. Naturally these early mainsprings were quite rough fromhammering. Theyoftenhadblistermarksfrom the heat treatlnent employed during those early days. The slippage, or unwinding, of these springs was bound to be very uneven, and this unevenness fre‐ quently caused variations in timekeeping a c c u r a c y . In later years, these hammered springs w e r e replaced by steel ribbons which had been rolled into shape. This change was a big step forward. However, since the process of hardening and tempering steel springs was n o t reliable, some of o u r early American clock manufacturers introduced mainsprings made f r o m hard brass. These brass mainsprings did n o t prove satisfactory, since they quickly lost their resiliency. Their use was soon discontinued. The n e x t improvement was in achieving a smoother surface on the mainspring after hardening and tem‐ pering. This was accomplished by lapping the sur‐ faces with wooden blocks charged with coarse e m e r y , then polishing with fine emery powder. Thus were produced what are known as hand-rubbed springs. ELGIN’S MODERN WAY Today, all Elgin mainsprings are made from steel that has been passed through highly polished rollers. They produce a practically perfect surface and even thickness throughout the f u l l length of the spring. Their History and Function When making a mainspring, m a n y things m u s t be taken into consideration: The spring undergoes m a n y changes when being wound and when unwinding. While the spring is wound around the arbor, the inner side of the spring is compressed; at the same time the o u t e r side of the spring is under tension. Hydraulic tensile tester proving strength of mainspring by applyingtensionto samplesof materialprovidedforthewatches The bending point of the mainspring is constantly shifting. The spring exerts pressure against its own coils, thereby creating surface friction. In addition, the spring itself c a n stretch. A summary of modernrequirements for a satisfac‐ t o r y mainspring would include: l ‐ T h e spring to be made from the finest steel. 2 ‐ T h e spring to be of even thickness throughout its entire length. 3 ‐ T h e spring to be straight, of even width, and with a highly polished surface. 4 ‐ T h e spring to have well-rounded edges, and to be of the proper lengthto yield the maximum numberof turns possible. S ‐ T h e spring to be so hardened and tempered to yield an even delivery of energy throughout the twenty-four hour r u n . The t w o things m o s t to be avoided in mainsprings are kinks and softness. The first is damaging to a spring of any quality, and it is quite impossible to get satisfactory results from mainsprings that are too soft. Elgin mainsprings are fabricated from the very finest steel. In Elgin’s Research Laboratory all steel is given a physical test and a chemical analysis. Sur‐ faces a r e carefully inspected f o r kinks, bulges, or fractured areas. Thickness is rigidly checked through‐ out. PRECISION TEMPERED There is a critical point to be reached in tempering mainsprings. If the spring is overtempered, it will be t o o soft and will lose its strength. If it is undertem‐ pered, it will be too hard and will break. By the use of the scientific instruments in Elgin’s Heat Treating Department, Elgin mainsprings are hardened and tempered to the exact degree required. The spring is hardened first in a straight line. Then it is cut into lengths which are coiled; it is tempered while coiled, and rubbed to a smooth silver finish. The spring is then wound in reverse direction to obtain resiliency. The final color of the main‐ spring, a light straw color, is obtained by putting the spring through a slight oxidation process. This latter color does n o t denote the color of temper of the steel. The fact that a mainspring does n o t open up to its original shape on being removed from the barrel does n o t always indicate that the spring has set. It m a y have changed shape, but in practically all cases the pulling power remains unchanged. HOW MANY TURNS? To find the maximum number of turns a mainspring c a n make when contained in a barrel: Regardless of the size of the arbor, if the outer diameter of the mainspring when tightly wound is the same as the inner diameter of the inner coil when the mainspring is at rest, the spring will be of proper length. The difl'erence between the number of coils when the spring is wound and the number of coils when the spring is at rest will give the number of turns or revolutions the barrel will make as the spring unwinds. LENGTH OF MAINSPRING When the thickness of the spring is known, the maxi‐ m u m number of turns available can be calculated from the following formula. When fully wound, the mainspring occupies one-half of the o p e n space or area between the barrel arbor and the inner wall of the drum. The radius of the inner diameter of the V barrel, squared, and multiplied by 3.14-16 will give the area of the barrel. The radius of the arbor, squared, multiplied by 3.1416 will give the area of thearbor. Subtractingtheareaof thearborfromthe area of the barrel leaves the amount of space avail‐ able for mainspring and action. Dividing this avail‐ able area by two gives the space for the mainspriug. Dividing this space by the thickness of the spring will give the length of the spring. BRACE END WiththeElginbraceendauniformdeliveryof power is assured, an important factor for isochronal time. The Elgin brace end supports and holds the outer coils from binding, thereby assuring that the main‐ spring will unwind in an even and concentric manner. Figure I Figure 2 Figure No. 1 shows the even unwinding of the Elgin mainspring with Elgin brace end. Figure No. 2 shows a mainspring unwinding ec‐ centrically. This style of fastening does not deliver an even flow of power. Among the m a n y scientific instruments used for testing the mainspring during the manufacturing process is the dynamometer. With this de‐ vice the spring is tested for p o w e r during the dif‐ ferent stages of wind‐ ing‐when fully wound, when half r u n down, and at the end of twenty-four hours. Note how dynamometer chart shows t h e steady, e v e n de‐ velopmentof power from the Elgin mainspring. T h e D y n a mo m e t e r xJ a Dynamometer chart of an unsatisfactory mainspringassembly til/(DINGU'Mil Dynamometer chart of a satisfactory mainspring assembly FITTING THE SPRING Placing the mainspring in the barrel by hand is very a p t to cause cupping of the spring, kinks or damage to the edges. A kinked mainspring cannot give satis‐ factory service and is a p t to break. A cupped main‐ spring frequently causes a binding condition in the barrel. Mainsprings a r e best fitted to the barrel by the use of a mainspring winder of suitable size and quality, be it for large pocket models or a small wrist watch. Mainspring winder Damage or breaks in the first two coils of the main‐ spring c a n often be traced to the fact that the hook in the arbor is t o o longand causes a bump or fracture in the second coil. The hook should n o t project from the arbor m o r e than the thickness of the spring. REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS If at any time it should become necessary to make alterations or to re-form the inner end of a main‐ spring that has become damaged, regular mainspring pliers with smooth and well-shaped jaws should be used. Many broken mainsprings can be traced to frac‐ tures caused by pliers with sharp edges or by sharp bends due to the u s e of other than round-nosed pliers. When a mainspring is to be replaced, it is, of course, vital that the proper spring is used for the grade of watch to be repaired. Even if the mainspring checks up to thickness and width satisfactorily, it m a y betoolong. If so,itwillfillthebarrel,leavingvery little r o o m for spring development. If the main‐ spring is too short, it will n o t give enough turns. In either case, the watch will not be able to r u n the proper number of hours. All Genuine Elgin mainsprings are cut to the proper length, in accordance with their thickness, to give the maximum number of power turns. The Genuine E l g i n Material Catalog should always be consulted for the correctmainspring to be used. The Elgin National Watch Company manufactures all of its own mainsprings. Before replacing a genuine Elgin mainspring in the barrel, it is best to remove the rust-protective coating by dipping the spring in benzine. It should then be dried in sawdust or with a fine linen cloth, taking care to follow the curve of the spring carefully so that it will not be deformed in any manner. Stretching the spring straight while cleaning it is liable to set up a strain and cause fractures. Broken mainsprings are, in m a n y cases, traceable to improper handling before the spring was placed in the barrel. RUST PREVENTION Rust is one of the most common and, at the same time, o n e of the least suspected causes of mainspring breakage. Evena microscopic amount of rust can eat its way into the steel, weaken it, and finally result in a fracture. To p r e v e n t this trouble, the springs should always be kept well oiled and n o t exposed to the air. Handling of steel parts with the fingers should be avoided as much as possible, a fact particularly t r u e of mainsprings. All Genuine Elgin mainsprings are coated with a r u s t preventive and a r e packed in moisture-proof packages. After the coating has been removed and the spring placed in the barrel, it shouldbe well lubri‐ cated with a good grade of mainspring oil. USE GENUINE ELGIN MAINSPRINGS E l g i n mainsprings a r e hardened and tempered by the latest and most scientific methods. Each and every spring leaving the factory is uniform in every way. The surfaces are highly polished to reduce all sur‐ face friction possible. Edges are carefully rounded to prevent breakage and to avoid binding in the bar‐ r e ] . The inner end is carefully punched, properly tempered and shaped to conform to the circumfer‐ ence of the winding arbor. New model Elgins are constructed to r u n for 38 hours or longer due to the long, thin, perfectly made mainspring. All genuine Elgin mainsprings can be identified by the letters “ENWCO” stamped on the inside of the brace of the spring. Astudyin mainsprings.Hereisshowntheoperationofwindingmainspringsin barrels.Thespringsarewoundintoachuckbymeans of a handfixture,andwhencompletely woundarepressedintothebarrel,sothatthebarrel hook andthemainspringbracecoincide (d I as gr Width in Thickness in Movement Catalog Thousandths Thousandths 22 4935 18 812 18 812 18 812 18 812 18 2324 1 8 2324 18 1956 1 8 1956 17 816 16 817 16 817 16 817 16 817 1 6 2325 1 6 2542 16 2542 16 4931 16 4931 16 4931 12 1712 12 1712 12 1720 12 1720 12 2339 12 2339 12 2339 12 2874 12 2874 12 2874 12 4640 10 823 10 2326 10 5726 10 5726 10 5726 6 824 6 824 6 2327 .215 .115 .115 .115 .115 .115 .115 .154 .154 .115 .104 .104 .104 .104 .104 .104 .104 .104 .104 .104 .088 ' .088 .088 .088 .081 .081 .081 .065 .065 .065 .047 .092 .007 2.33 .178 .092 .007 2.33 .178 * i * ‘k ‘k * * ‘k * ‘k * * ‘k * 27 No. of an Inch 4457 .184 4935 .215 Width Thickness in in ModelsUsedin .00825 5.46 .210 .0085 5.46 .216 22sizelstand2dmodels,8day. Size 37 22 22 4935 .215 of an Inch .0095 4.67 .241 37sizelstmodel,8day. .065 .065 .065 .074 .074 .074 .0065 1.65 .165 .0067 1.65 .170 .0069 1.65 .175 .0675 1.88 .171 .007 1.88 .178 .007 1.88 .178 .00875 .00825 .0085 .00875 .009 .00875 .009 .00675 .007 .0085 .00725 .0075 .00775 .008 .0075 .00725 .0075 .0069 .0071 .0073 .00725 .0075 .00725 .0075 .00725 .0075 .00775 .007 .00725 .0075 18size f u l l plate. Also 18size 3/1 plate having going barrels. 18 size full plate in some of the very old numbers. 18 size 3/4 plate having steel safety barrels. 17size l s t and 2d models. All 16 size models having going barrels. 16sizein someoftheveryoldnumbers. All 16size having steelsafety barrels. 16size 32d modelhaving m o t o r barrel. ' 12 size 2d and 3d models having steel barrels. 12 size 2d and 3d models having thick g o i n g barrels. 12size 2d and 3d models having thin going barrels. 12 size 4th model, Streamline and Corsican a n d Grades 491-495-496‐ 497-498. Grade 446-Hu1burd. 10size l s t model K.W. 10size l s t model K.W. Grs. 542, 543, 546. 6 size 1st a n d 2d models. 6 size l s t model. Millimeter: Millimeters 5.46 .222 2.92 .210 2.92 .216 2.92 .222 2.92 .228 2.92 .222 2.92 .228 3.91 .171 3.91 .178 2.92 .216 2.64 .184 2.64 .190 2.64 .197 2.64 .203 2.64 .190 2.64 .184 2.64 .190 2.64 .175 2.64 .180 2.64 .185 2.23 .184 2.23 .190 2.23 .184 2.23 .190 2.05 .184 2.05 .190 2.05 .197 1.65 .178 1.65 .184 1.65 .190 .007 1.19 .178 Movement Catalog ize No. 0 825 0 825 0 2328 0 1713 0 1713 0-3/0 2097 0‐3/0 2097 0-3/0 2097 4/0 4789 4/0 789 4/0 4-789 5/0 2705 5/0 2705 5/0-6/0 2890 5/0-6/0 2890 5/0-6/0 2890 5/0-6/0 2890 8/0 5219 8/0 5219 8/0 5219 8/0 5219 8/0 5219 10/0-16/0- 1957 10‘ 10/0-16/0‐ 1957 18 0 Width in Thousandths of an Inch .050 .050 .050 .065 .065 .065 .065 .065 .074 .074 .074 .050 .050 .050 .050 .050 .050 .065 .065 .065 .065 .065 .050 .050 .050 .050 .050 .050 .050 .04‐4 .044 .04-4 .050 .050 .050 .050 .050 .050 Thickness in Thousandths of an Inch Width in Millimeters Thickness in Models Used in Millimeters .152 0 size l s t model. 10/0-16/0- 1957 18 0 .108 models. .114- Sweep Second, Grade 522. 10/0-16/0- 1957 18/0 15/0 5550 15/0 5550 15/0 5550 20/0 5015 20/0 5015 20/0 5015 21/0 5327 21/0 5327 21/0 5327 21/0 5724 21/0 5724 21/0 5724 .004 1.27 .102 26/0 26/0 26/0 f 5131 .044 5131 .044 5131 .044 .0032 1.27 .0034 1.27 .086 .00325 1.18 .083 .0035 .00375 26/0 size l s t model, Grades 512, 513. ‘k t ‘k * * * ‘k ‘k * * ‘k ‘k * * .006 1.27 .00625 1.27 .159 .00625 1.27 .00525 1.65 .0055 1.65 .159 0 size l s t model .133 0 size 2d and 3d models having steel .140 safety barrels. .133 0 a n d 3/0 s i z e 2d a n d 3d m o d e l s .140 having going barrels. .00525 1.65 .0055 1.65 .00575 1.65 .146 .0045 1.88 .00475 1.88 .005 1.88 .005 1.27 .00525 1.27 .114 lstmodel. .120 lstmodel. .127 2d model, Sweep Second. .127 5/0 size l s t model, used only in .133 grade 380. .004 1.27 .102 .108 5/0and6/0sizelstand2dmodels. .0038 1.65 .097 .00425 1.27 .0045 1.27 .114 .00475 1.27 .120 .004- 1.65 .0042 1.65 .107 .0044 1.65 .0046 1.65 .117 .004 1.27 .00425 1.27 .0045 1.27 .00475 1.27 .120 .00375 1.18 .004 1.18 .0035 1.27 .0037 1.27 .0039 1.27 .095 20/0 size l s t model, Oval. Grades .102 492-504. .089 21/0 size l s t and 2d model, grades .094 521, 523, 529, 533, 535, 541. .099 Sweep Second, Grade 547. .003 1.27 .076 1.18 1.18 .095 .102 Grades 519, 524, 526, 531, 554, 555, 556. .112 Sweep Second, Grade 532. .102 10/0 size lst, 4th and 5th models. 16/0 size 2d, 18/0 size l s t and 3d .107 Grades 536, 537, 538, 557, 558, 559. .0035 1.18 .089 .0042 1.27 .0044 1.27 .112 .081 Grade 619. .089 32“25:1:259 £a5é_5fi3:3:.52:; $852 i“: ,\ ; 1 ; ZRMWWI VV/Mfl aA“ _H\_‘ a‐,Eflxp 29 4g. 2. . a. . y. isc45A3“u2:3.2 45sA325giN:5m2a; dwofigu5m‐me-si?2‐” 425.25-353: .=Jos=Suvmwoz3ia @ <1 C‐ Q 5480 Regulator 5389 Stud. Hairspring 5386 Spring. Click 5481 Sarina. Clutch Lever 5461 Spring. Hair.Elginhun. for Cut Balance 5396-C Wheel. Main 5395 Wheel, Hour 5397 Wheel, Minute @,® 5401 Wheel. Third and Pinion NAME O PART ‐ ‐ _ ‐ ‐ 15JEWEL 17JEWEL 19JEWEL Grade 541Grade 533 Grade 535 NAMEOPART ' Pinion, Fourth Pinion, Third Regulator Roller,1Piece,Double.withPin Screw, Balance Screw,Timing Screw, B a n k i n g Screw,EndstoneClamp,Lower Balance Screw,MinuteWheelClamp 5331 5331 5331 Grades541,533and535,21/0size,2ndModel. 15,17and19Jewels Genuine Elgin parts are identical with those used in the original construction of Elgin watches. Each fits perfectly. You waste no costly time in making the material fit the watch. With genuine Elgin parts watches can be made as mechanically perfect as when they left the Elgin factory. You receive genuine Elgin parts in factory-sealed boxes or envelopes identified with the type, size, and number of parts. Authorized Elgin distributors are located in all sections of the c o u n t r y ‐ y o u r orders will be filled promptly. Use only genuine Elgin material for replacing these parts. Arbor, Barrel Arbor, Pallet Arbor, Winding Balance,Beryl-X or Solid Balance, Complete, Beryl-X Ba]l_ance,Compensatingor Cut T 5352 5352 5353 5353 5354 5354 5632 5632 5633 5633 5352 5353 5354- 5632 5633 5383 5383 5384 5384 5480 5430 5271 5271 5625 5625 5626 5626 5339 5339 5383 5384 5480 5271 5625 5626 _ 5339 B [we c a ance, 1 c o m p ete, ‐ 5355 f35° ut Bushing,UpperCenter 5362 F F ‐‐‐‘-‐‐‐‐‐‐ 54-30 5335 5335 5335 5340 5340 5340 C l i c k 5478 Clutch,Windingand Setting 5360 Collet,Hairspring,Usedon C u t Balance 54-78 5360 5360 FOR PRICESSEE RETAIL MATERIAL PRICE LIST ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER 15JEWEL 17JEWEL 19JEWEL Grade 541Grade 533 Grade 535 ype fi b Clamp,MinuteWheel 5358 5353 5358 5469 5469 5469 Barrel Bushing, LowerCenter Clinip,Endstone, Lower 5363 _ ' Screw.Click Screw,Dial Foot Screw,CockDome Screw,Jewel,Upperand Lower E s c a p e Screw, SettingLever 5330 5330 5330 5099 5099 5099 5334 5334 5334 5095 5095 .__.‐____‐___‐_.‐-‐‐- Screw,Main . . CtllletllflifirspSl-il‘fl‘gsled on D eryE:(1): °' aance Jewel,IAtapel'lfia‘anceEndstone Jewe , w e r a a n c e Endstone Jewel,UpperCenter Jewel, Lower Center Jewel,EscapeUpper Jewel, Escape Lower Jewel,Upper EscapeEndstone Jewel,Lower Escape Endstone Jefii’nljpper Fourth’ U p p e r Jewel, Lower Fourth, Lower Third Jewel, Jewel P i n Jewel, Upper Pallet Jewel, Lower Pallet Jewel,“R”and“L"Pallet 5 m m I ’ m "cm?“ 2313533111 PalletForkandArbor Pifli°nv Bevel Pinion,Cannon Pinion,Center Pinion,Escape ‘ 6 3 5638 6 1:6 2:_‐53C621_‐35613lC2 5 - 1' 2 536-4. 5 36-4 Screw,BarrelandTramBridge, Balance Cock Screw,PalletBridge Screw,HairspringStud screw.Ratchet Wheel Spring, Click S p r i n g , C l u t c h Lever , . Spun ,HairStr.2Elgnuum‐ 5333 5333 5333 5332 5332 5332 4932 4982 4932 5329 5329 5329 5386 5386 5386 5481 5481 5481 5461 5461 “ 7 9 5579 2:27 32 5579 238; 5327 5388 5640 5640 5640 5389 5389 5389 5132 5132 5132 5390 5390 5390 5391 5391 5391 564-1 5641 5641 omf’U0° dLo B “ W A ‐_6_6__5T , 5356 5357 5357 5357 5366 54-79 , 5368 5369 5370 ; 5371 5246-D 5372 5369 _ - ”24"R 5376 53 ‘ 5479 ‘ 5374 5375 5368 5369 5370 5371 5246-D 5372 5373 5247-3 5376 2 79 5374 5375 5484 5404 5482 5483 5370 5371 5246-1) 5372 5373 524741 5376 . . _ ‐J ‘ L_ fl _ - _ fl __ ‐ ‘ 52333 52,334 5,533.75 5378-12 5378-R 5378-11 5379 5379 5379 5380 5380 5380 5381 5381 5381 5382 5382 5435 5395 5396-C W 539s-c5 5399 5356 5478 f o r at Balance Spring,HairStr.2 Elginium‐ f°f3°”leBalm," ' Spring,Mam,.0037 Thick Stafl',Balance,forCutBalance . ‐&§‘:i£:’lemoe' f o r B e r y l - X Stud,Hajrspring Washer, Main Screw Wheel, Center Wheel, Center, Complete Wheel, Escape Wheel,EscapeandPinion Wheel, Fourth Wheel, FourthandPinion “ e m “ Wheel, M a i n Wheel,Minute Wheel, Ratchet Wheel, Setting Wheel,Third Wheel,ThirdandPinion 5401 5401 5401 ' 5392 5393 5393 5394 5394 5395 5395 5396-A9 5396-C 5397 W 5398-A9 5398-C5 5399 5399 _'‐_‐ 5392 I 5486 5393 5394 : 5400 5400 5400 5354 Arbor. Winding {is 5352 Arbor, Barrel 5360 Clutch. Winding and Setting a 5379 Pinion, Bevel 5639 Spring, Sweep Second 5357 Barrel 5638 “£0335“, 5632 Balance, Berylx 5633 Balance. Complete, Beryl-X @ 5477 Clamp. Endstonc. Lower Balance ab 5377 Lever. Setting 5358 Clamp, Minute Wheel }. S378-R Pallet. Fork Ind Arbor 5634 Pinion. Cannon 5327 Spring, Main .0039" Thick 5480 Regulator 5640 Stall. Balance. Grooved 5271 Roller. Double. with Jewel Pin 5389 Stud. Haiupring 5386 Spring. Click 5481 Spring, Clutch Lever 5579 Spring. Hair, Elginium Trainsideof movement GRADE 54? The material illustrated below is actual size for 21/0‐ size, Grade 547. These illustrations cover the m o s t important parts for replacement purposes. A com‐ plete listing of all materials for this grade is shown on the opposite page. You will please note that each p a r t has its factory number, and we suggest that y o u use the name of the part in addition to the factory number when you are ordering any of these items from y o u r Elgin Genuine Material Distributor. Dialsideof movement ® ® £8} £5 a 8 8 5644 Wheel, Third and Pinion Q 5399 Wheel. Setting 5394 Wheel. Fourth and Pinion 5392 Wheel. Escape and Pinion 5398 Wheel. Ratchet 5395 Wheel, Hour 5397 Wheel. Minute 32 GW 5361~Cl Dom'- Cock 5328 Lever. Clutch o-oc @ 0@@ 5132 Washer. Main Screw 5642 Wheel. Sweep Second 5643 Wheel. Center. Complete Grade547,21/0size,3rdModel. 15Jewels,Sweep-second Genuine Elgin parts are identical with those used in the original construction of Elgin watches. Each fits perfectly. You waste no costly time in making the material fit the watch. With genuine Elgin parts watches c a n he made as mechanically perfect as when they left the Elgin factory. You receive genuine Elgin parts in factory-sealed boxes or envelopes identified with the type, size, and number of parts. Authorized Elgin distributors are located in all sections of the c o u n t r y ‐ y o u r orders will be filled promptly. Use only genuineElgin material for replacing these parts. NAMEOFPART ‐‐ 15JEWEL Grade 547 Arbor,Barrel 5352 Arbor, Pallet 5353 Arbor, Winding 5354- Balance,Beryl-X 5632 Balance,Complete,Beryl-X 5633 Barrel 5357 Bushing,UpperCenter 5676 Bushing, Lower Center 5677 Order by NAMEOFPART -‐ 15JEWEL Grade 547 Screw,Balance 5625 Screw,Timing 5626 Screw,Banking 5339 Screw, Endstone Clamp, Lower Balance 1 5469 Screw,MinuteWheelClamp 5331 Screw, Click 5330 Screw,DialFoot 5099 Screw, Cock Dome 5334 Screw, Setting Lever 5623 Screw,Main 5340 Screw, Barrel and Train Bridge,Balance Cock 5333 Screw, Pallet Bridge 5332 Screw, Sweep Second, P i n i o n Cock 5622 Screw, Sweep Second Spring 4410 Screw, Sweep Second Spring Adjusting 5624 Screw, Hairspring Stud 4-982 Screw,Ratchet Wheel 5329 gang,Click 5386 Spring, Clutch Lever 5481 Spring,Hair, Str.2,Elginium 5579 S p r i n g , M a i n , .0039' T h i c k 5327 Spring, Sweep Second 5639 Stafi',Balance,Grooved 5640 Stud,Hairspring 5389 Washer, M a i n Screw 5132 Wheel, Center 5390 Wheel, Center, Complete 5643 Wheel, Escape 5755 Wheel, Escape and Pinion 5392 Wheel, Fourth 5393 Wheel, Fourthand Pinion 5394 Wheel,Hour 5395 Wheel,Main 5396 C l a m p , Endstone, Lower Balance T Clamp,MinuteWheel 5358 Click W Clutch, Winding a n d Setting Collet, Hairspring Dome,Cock 5361-C] Jewel, Upper a n d Lower Balance Jewel, Upper Balance Endstone Jewel, Lower Balance Endstone Jewel, Upper Escape - Jewel, Lower Escape, Lower Pallet Jewel, Upper Fourth Jewel, Lower Fourth Jewel, Jewel P i n Jewel, Upper Pallet Jewel,“ R ”and“ L ”PalletStones Jewel, Sweep SecondCock, Unset Jewel,UpperThird 5678 Jewel, Lower T h i r d 5679 Lever,Clutch 5376 Lever, Setting Pallet a n d Fork Pallet, Fork a n d Arbor Pinion.Bevel 5379 Pinion,Cannon 5634 Pinion,Center 5635 Pinion, Escape Pinion, Fourth Pinion, Sweep Second Pinion,Third 5637 Regulator ‘ Roller,l-Piece,Double,w i t h P i n Wheel, Minute Wheel, Ratchet Wheel, Setting Wheel, Sweep Second Wheel, Third Wheel.Third andPinion 5397 ' 5398 5399 5642 5400 FOR PRICES SEE RETAIL MATERIAL PRICE LIST Cat.No. Cat.No. 5360 5638 . 5364 5366 5479 5368 5369 5680 5371 5246-D 5372 5247-G 5675 5377 5261-11 5378-R 5382 5383 5636 33 5354 Arbor, Winding eta 5703 Arbor, Barrel 5705 5706 Balance, Beryl-X Balance. Complete. eryl-X 5708 Clamp, Endstone, o v e r Balance 5709 Clamp. Endstone Lover Escape 5723 Spring. ClutchLever 5688 Spring. Hair, Elginium Spring. Main 0032” Thick 5640 Stall. Balance. ooved 5725 Stud. Hairspring 5 l 3 2 Washer . MainScrew Trainsideof movement GRADE 619 The material illustrated below is actual size f o r 21/0‐ size, Grade 619. These illustrations c o v e r the m o s t important parts for replacement purposes. A com‐ plete listing of all materials for this grade is shown on the opposite page. You will please note that each p a r t has its factory number, and we suggest that y o u usethe name of the part in addition to the factory number when y o u are ordering any of these items from y o u r Elgin Genuine Material Distributor. ®6@ Dialsideof movement M a) vii-3 5710 5711 9m 5360 57l3 5714-C" 57l5 Clamp. Endstone, Upper 4th 31Upper Escape o$ 5377 Lever, Setting Clamp. Minute Wheel 34 5737~R Pallet. Fork and Arbor Clutch. Winding Collel, Dome, Cock and Setting Hair Spring 0 0. 6 Lever. clutch C 5722 Sprinu. Click 5728 Wheel, Center. Complete @ 5397 Wheel, Minute, large Hole 5380 Pinion. Cannon, lor F“:Dial 5379 Pinion, Bevel 572 l Regulator 5271 Roller. Double. with level Pin Lfl0 ® @ ® @ 0 Q, 5736 Wheel, Third and Pinion 5734 Wheel, Setting 5732 Wheel. Fourth and Pinion 5730 Vr'heeL Escape and Pinion 5733 Wheel. Ratchet 5396 Wheel. Main 5395 Wheel. Hour, lot Flat Dial -_‐§fli;__ ‐__§7l§__‐ 73‐33‐ Screw,PalletBridge 5332 __7;Ei;_‐ Screw. H a i r s p r i n g S t u d Screw,Ratchet Wheel 5658 Spring, Click 5722 Spring,ClutchLever 5723 Spring,Hair,Elginium,Str.2 5683 Spring,Main,.0032'Thick 5724 Stafl', Balance, Groovfi 5640 Stud, Hairspring | 5725 Washer, M a i n Screw 5132 Wheel,Center 5727 Grade619,21/0size,4thModel. 19Jewels Genuine Elgin parts are identical with those used in the original construction of Elgin watches. Each fits perfectly. You waste no costly time in making the material fit the watch. With genuine Elgin parts watches can be made as mechanically perfect as when they left the Elgin factory. You receive genuine Elgin parts in factory-sealed boxes or envelopes identified with the type, size, and number of parts. Authorized Elgin distributors are located in all sections of the c o u n t r y ‐ y o u r orders will be filled promptly. Use only genuine Elgin material for replacing these parts. NAME OF PART Cat. No. 19JEWEL Grade 619 NAME OF PART FOR PRICES SEE RETAIL MATERIAL PRICE LIST Order by Order by at.No. 19JEWEL Grade 619 5721 Arbor,Pallet 5704 Roller,1Piece,Double,withPin 5271 Arbor, Barrel Regulator 5703 Arbor, W i n d i n g 5354 Balance,Beryl-X 5705 Balance,Complete, Beryl-X 5706 Barrel 5707 Clamp,Endstone,Upper Fourth,Upper Escape 5710 Clamp,Endstone,LowerEscape Clamp, Endstone, Lower Balance 5708 Clamp,Minute Wheel 5711 Click 5712 Clutch,Winding and Setting 5360 Collet, Hairspring Dome,Cock 5714-C2 Jewel,Upperand LowerBalance 5745 J e w e l , U p p e r a n d L o w e r B a l a n c e E n d s t o n e 5746 Jewel, Upper Center 5738 Jewel,Endstone,UpperFourth&Escape,LowerEscape 5742 Jewel,UpperandLowerEscape 5743 Jewel,UpperFourth 5741 Jewel, Jewel P i n 5246-1) Jewel,UpperandLower Pallet 5744 Jewel, “ R ” Pallet Stone 5747 Jewel, “ L ” Pallet Stone 5748 Jewel,UpperThird,lowerFourth Jewel, Lower Third 5740 Lever,Clutch 5715 Lever, Setting 5377 Palletand Fork 5716-1! P a l l e t , F o r k a n d A r b o r 5737-11 Pin,Banking 5752 Pinion,Bevel 5379 Pinion,Cannon,for FlatDial 5380 Pinion,Cannon,for CurvedDial 5516 Pinion,Center 5717 Pinion, Escape 5718 Pinion,Fourth 5719 Pinion,Third 5720 5625 Jewelsin thismodelareunsetfriction. 35 Screw, Balance Screw, T i m i n g Screw,EndstoneClamp, LowerBalance Screw,EndstoneClamp,UpperFourthandEscape W Screw,EudstoneClamp, Lower Escape Screw,Clamp,MinuteWheel 5331 Screw, Click 5653 Screw, Dial Foot 5099 Screw, Cock D o m e 5334 Screw, Setting Lever 5335 Screw, M a i n 5340 Screw,BarrelandTrainBridge,BalanceCock te 5728 5729 i o n 5730 | 5731 W h e e l , F o u r t h a n d Pinion 5732 Wheel, Center, Comp Wheel, Escape Wheel, Escape and Pi Wheel, Fourth Wheel, Hour,for FlatDial 5395 ‘ Wheel. Hour, for cunjedDial 5517 Wheel, M a i n 5396 Wheel, Minute, Large}Hole 5397 Wheel, Ratchet 1 5733 Wheel, Setting 1 5734 Wheel,Third ‘ 5735 W h e e l , T h i r d a n d Pinion 5736 i l l \ 5626 T 5469 _‐-23§E___ 5 522 Arbor, Winding a» 5534 Clamp, Eudstone. Upper 3d. 4th & Escape 5520 Arbor. Barrel 5756 Clamp. Minute Wheel 5523 Balance, Beryl-X it 5538 Clutch. Winding and Setting fl 5264 Pinion, Bevel 5551 Still. Balance. ooved 5524 Balance, Complete. Beryl-X 5095 Collet. Hair Spring 0. 5548 Regulator 5552 Stud. Hairspring Q 5584 Clamp. Endstone Lover Escape Trainsideof movement Dialsideof movement so 5536 Clamp. Endrtone. Lower Balance GRADE 559 The material illustrated below is actual size f o r 15/0‐ size, Grade 559. These illustrations cover the most important parts for replacement purposes. A com‐ plete listing of all materials for this grade is shown on the opposite page. You will please note that each p a r t has its factory number, and we suggest that y o u use the name of the part in addition to the factory number when y o u are ordering any of these items from your Elgin Genuine Material Distributor. $© o& 3“ he 5361-C2 Dome. Cock 0 5271 Roller. Double. with Jewel Pin 5259 Lever. Clutch Q 5549 Spring, Click 5250 Lever, Setting 5274 Spring. ClutchLever 5573vR Pallet. Fork and Arbor 5519 Spring, Hair. Elginium 5540 Pinion. Cannon. tor Flat Dial 5550 Spring. Main .0042" Thick 0® 69®® @Q3 5566 Wheel Third and fiinion 5560 Wheel, “Fourth and Pinion 5557 Wheel, Escape and Pinion 5563-C’° Wheel. Ratchet 5562‘8 Wheel, Main 5561 5286 Wheel. Hour. Wheel. Minute ( o r Flat Dial 36 9 0-9‐ 5553 Washer. MainScrew 5555 Wheel. Center. Complete NAME OF PART Arbor,Barrel Arbor,Pallet FOR PRICES SEE RETAIL ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER 15JEWEL 17JEWEL 21JEWEL Grade 557 Grade 558 Grade 559 5520 i 5520 i 5520 ' 5521 l 5521 K 5521 5522 5522 5522 5523 5523 5523 5524 5524 5524 MATERIAL PRICE LIST NAME OF PART ' Pinion,Escape Pinion,Fourth ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER 15JEWEL 17JEWEL 21JEWEL Grade 557 Grade 558‘Grade 559 5542 5542 5543 554-4 5544- 5545 5546 o 5546 5547 5548 i 5548 5548 Grades557,558and559,15/0size,3rdModel,Bevelled. 15,17and21Jewels Genuine Elgin parts are identical with those used in the original construction of Elgin watches. Each fits perfectly. You waste no costly time in making the material fit the watch. With genuine Elgin parts watches can be made as mechanically perfect as when they left the Elgin factory. YoureceivegenuineElginpartsin factory-sealedboxesorenvelopesidentifiedwiththetype,size, and number of parts. Authorized Elgin distributors are located in all sections of the c o u n t r y ‐ your orders will be filled promptly. Use only genuineElgin material for replacingthese parts. Arbor,Winding Balance,Beryl-X Balance,Complete Barrel Bushing,UpperCenter 5569 Bushing, Lower Center 5570 Clamp, Endstone, Lower Pinion,Third Regulator Roller,1Piece,Double,withPin 5271 5271 5271 Balance 5536 Clamp,Endstone,LowerEscape Clamp,Endstone,UpperThird, Fourth and Escape Clamp,MinuteWheel 5756 5535 5536 5584 5534 V 5756 Screw, Balance Screw,Timing Screw, B a n k i n g 5339 f 5339 Screw,EndstoneClamp,Lower i Balance 5469 5469 Screw.EndstoneClam ,Upper ‘ Third, Fourthand scape . 5469 5473 Click Clutch, Winding and Setting W W m _‐__ & Jfl & Jewel,UpperBalanceEndstoneW W_ W . 501223325253]12:13:55;E1301]? 5631 5631 5681 Jewel,LowerBalanceEndstone_5525‐?? Jewelv UPPe' Center Jewel, LowerCenter Jewel, Upper Escape 5532 Jewel, Lower Escape 5254 W W mm m ‐5‐5E_ 5530 5531 5526 5526 5571 5586 5527 5539-R *5903-R *5904‐R _ 5 4 - T_5_47‐0-7470‐ Jegzzsggléeéflilféj‘ourthand Jewel,LowerEscape,Endstone Jewel, U p p e r F o u r t h 5533 5274. 5274 , 5274 5535 5535 5536 5577 5577 5577 5578 5578 5578 5339 5756 _s‐273_7243‐W Screw,EndstoneClamp,Lower b M 5 m “ Click Screw, Dial Foot Screw, Cock Dome Screw, Setting Lever ____ ‐“0-3‐~ 5533 5538 _ 5 0 E _ 7.795‐W m‐ m m W W W 5538 l_52‘L°_fl ‘ 5471 5471 i “ ; 5471 v _5256‐W m m W W ‐‐ ‐‐ S p r i n g , M a i n . , .0042' T h i c k 5550 5550 Stafl', Balance, Grooved 5551 5551 Stud, Hair-spring 5552 5552 Washer, Main Screw 5553 5553 Wheel, Center 5554 5554 Wheel, C e n t e r , Complete 5555 5555 Wheel, Escape 5755 _ _ Pinion.Cannon, for FlatDial W W ‐5540‐ Pinion,Cannon,forCurvedDial5 3 7W W Pinion,Center 7 5 7T 5‐541_ 5558 _ 5 5 TW‐ ‐ 5 5 TT W W 5539-R *5930-R *5903-R *5904‐R *5904-R 5259 5259 5260 W m _‐ 5259 W m *5716‐R Wheel, Fourth Wheel,Fourth andPinion Wheel,Hourfor FlatDial Wheel, H o u r f o r Curved D i a l Wheel, M a i n Wheel,Minute 5553 I 5347 5562-B W 5288 5288 5564- 5564 5565 5566 5530 5531 5532 5254- 5533 W Screw, Pallet B r i d g e Screw,HairspringStud Screw, Ratchet Wheel Spring, Click Spring, Clutch Lever Spring,Hair,Str.2,Elginium 5519 5519 5519 5550 *5716-R *5716-R 5573-1: _ ‐ ‘ m 5347 5562-C , 5233 ‘ 5564- 5565 *5905.n *5905-a *5905-n W W W m‐ W‐ ‐‐ 5551 I 5552 5553 5554 5555 5755 5557 *5729 Wheel,EscapeandPinion *5911 *5911 *5906 Stones JeWel,“ R ” Pallet Stone Jewel, “ L ” Pallet Stone Jewel, UpperThird Jewe‘l. L o w e r T h i r d Lever, Clutch Lever,Setting Palletand Fork Pallet a n d F o r k Pallet Fork and Arbor PalletForkandArbor Pinion,Bevel 5264 5264 5264 Wheel,Ratchet m m m 7 5 ? ‐W W ‐5523_W Wheel, EscapeandPinion 5556 Wheel. Escape *5729 *5729 W *All of Grade 558 took these catalog numbers of material. ’_"OnGrade557thesecatalognumbers beganwithserialnumberC37500. *OnGrade 559thesecatalognumbersbeganwithserialnumberC53000. * * * t * i * * * t * k ”k ‘k * * * 37 Wheel,Setting Wheel,Third Wheel.Third and Pinion 5334 5334 5682 5682 5334 5632 5193 5193 5986 5986 5329 5329 5549 5549 5198 5986 5329 5549 5558 5347 5562-c 5238 Arbor. Winding p 5265 Pinion. Cannon. tor Dial Spring, Main 004" Thick {8} 5438 Wheel. Bone and Pinion $ 5236 Arbor. Barrel E 5244 Clutch. Winding and Setting 5686 Balance. Beryl-X 5861 Balance, Complete, Beryl-X 5419 Clamp, Endstone. Upper Pallet ch‐ 5260 Lever, Setting 5274 S p i n s . ClutchlLever lamp. - Minute Wheel Il‘ 5437-R Pallet. Fork and Arbor @ 5512 Spring, flair. g i m u m Trainsideof movement GRADE 556 The material illustrated below is actual size for 8/0‐ size, Grade 556. These illustrations cover the m o s t important parts for replacement purposes. A com‐ plete listing of all materials for this grade is shown on the opposite page. You will please note that each p a r t has its factory number, and we suggest that y o u use the name of the part in addition to the factory number when y o u are ordering a n y of these items from y o u r Elgin Genuine Material Distributor. Dialsideof movement 5264 Pinion, Bevel Q 5849 Stall. Balance. ooved 5287-C1° Wheel, Ratchet 5494 Regulator 5276 Stud. Huirspring 5271 Roller. Double, with Jewel Pin 5273 Spring, Click 0 @ o‐n‐ 2744 Collet. Hair Spring 5488-C2 Dome, Cock 5259 Lever, Clutch fi Q- o (1 @®®® 5277 5279 Washer. Wheel, Center. MainScrew Complete 5290 Wheel. Third and Pinion 5283 Wheel. Fourth and Pinion Qt o 6 if 5285-8 Wheel. Main 5284 Wheel. Hour. for Flat Dial 5286 Wheel, Minute 5288 Wheel. Setting 38 Grades554,555and556,8/0size,7thModel,Bevelled. 15,17and21Jewels Genuine Elgin parts are identical with those used in the original commotion of Elgin watches. Eachfitsperfectly. Youwastenocostlytimeinmakingthematerialfitthewatch. Withgenuine Elgin parts watches can be made as mechanically perfect as when they left the Elgin factory. YoureceivegenuineElginpartsin factory-sealedhoxefiorenvelopesidentifiedwiththetype,Size, and number of parts. Authorized Elgin distributors are located in all sections of the c o u n t r y ‐ your orders will be filled promptly. Use only genuine Elgin material for replacing these parts. N A M E OP AF Arbor,Barrel Arbor, Pallet Arbor, Winding Balance,Beryl-X Balance, Complete Barrel 5241 5241 Bushing,UpperCenter 524-8 ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER 15JEWEL 17JEWEL 21JEWEL Grade 554 Grade 555 Grade 556 Jewel,LowerEscapeEndstone Jewel,UpperFourth,Upper Third Jemgower F o u r t h L o w e r Jewel, Jewel P i n W Jewel, Lower Pallet Jewel, Upper Pallet Endstone Jewel, Lower Pallet Endstone Jewel,“ R ”and“ L ”Pallet Stones Lever,Clutch Lever,Setting PalletandFork m‐ W 5246-D ‐5257‐W 5258 W W RT 15JEWEL 17JEWEL 21JEWEL Grade 554 Grade 555 Grade 556 5361 5241 ' R T Pinion, Fourth Pinion, Third Regulator Roller,1Piece,Double,withPin 5271 5271 5271 Pin,B a n k i n g Pinion,Bevel Pinion,Cannon,for FlatDial Pinion,Cannon,forCurvedDialW Pinion,Center Pinion, Escape 5267 5267 _5Tss‐W m 9 ‐m a ?m M W h e e l , H o u r , f o r C u r v e d D i a l Wheel, M a i n Wheel, Minute Wheel, Ratchet Wheel, Setting Wheel,Third Wheel, T h i r d and Pinion 5347 5347 5285-A9 5285-C3 5255 5256 5247 5259 5260 5247 5259 5260 Wheel,Escape Wheel, Escape andPinion Wheel, Fourth Wheel,Fourthand Pinion Wheel,Hour,forFlatDial ‐523T‐W FOR PRICES SEE RETAIL MATERIAL PRICE LIST ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER ‐‐‐‘‐‐‐‐ NAMEOPAF 5236 5237 5238 5686 5683 5683 Screw, Balance 5577 Screw, T i m i n g 5578 Screw.EndstoneClamp, 5577 5573 5236 5236 5237 5418 5238 5238 5686 5686 5268 5268 5268 5269 5269 i 5269 5494 5494 5494‐ Bushing, Lower Center 5249 ClampEndstone,UpperPallet Clamp.MinuteWheel 5754 5754 5754 Screw,Click _L9°_i & Click 5243 Clutch, Winding and Setting 5244 Collet, Hail-spring 2744 D o m e , C o c k 5488-C1 Jewel,UpperandLowerBalance 5250 Jewel,UpperBalanceEndstone 5251 Jewel, LowerBalanceEndstone 5252 Jewel,UpperCenter Jewel, Lower Center ‐‐ Jewel, Upper Escape 5253 Jewel, Lower Escape 5254 Jewel,UpperEscapeEndstone ‐‐ 5419 5243 5243 5244 5244 2744 2744 5488-C2 5488-C2 5250 5250 5251 5251 5252 5252 saw“DialF°°t sm’w’ C°°k D‘m‘e sc'ew’ U p p ’ “ Escape Jewel S°§§H$fxéifia°°w L N “ Screw, Lower Balance Jewel 50mm seam;h m . Screw, M a i n -& L 8 7 ‐fl _ fl fl __ _‐ W W‐ W W- T T fl _& & fi. 5302 5302 ‐‐5303‐ Screw,BarrelandTrainBridge,__ _ W 5253 5254 5255 5256 5246-D 5258 Balance Cock Screw, Pallet Bridge Screw, Hairspring Stud Screw,RatchetWheel Spring” Click Spring.Clutch Lever Spring, Hair, 5 " .2, Elginium S p r i n g , M a i n , .004' T h i c k sum B a l m ” Stud, Hail-spring Washer, M a i n Screw Wheel, Center Wheel, Center Complete 5183 5183 5184 5184 5194 5194 5189 5189 5273 5273 5274 5274 5507 5507 5219 5219 5664 5664 5276 5276 5424 5424 5421 5255 5256 5246-D 5426 5422 5423 ‐5262-‐R m‐ 5263 5264 5265 ‐ 5 3 r 5266 5428 5247 5259 5260 5261-11 5261-11 5427-R 5263 5264 5265 5263 5264 5265 W 5266 5266 5288 W W W W 725‐‐ 5290 W‐ W 39 Upper Pallet Screw,MinuteWheelClamp fl- 5577 5578 5431 5430 W 49‐24 T 5183 5134 5194 5189 5273 5274 5512 5219 5849 5276 5277 5277 ‐5278‐‐‐5278‐_5278 5279 5279 5280 5280 5281 5281 5232 5282 5233 W‐ 5279 5280 5438 5282 T i s ‐ W‐ 5347 5235-13 W 5277 5238 Arbor. Winding é 5236 Arbor, Barrel 5241 5686 Barrel Balance. Beryl-X or Solid 5683 Balance. Complete. Beryl-x Trainsideof movement GRADE 532 The material illustrated below is actual size for 8/0‐ size, Grade 532. These illustrations c o v e r the m o s t important parts for replacement purposes. A com‐ plete listing of all materials for this grade is shown on the opposite page. You will please n o t e that each p a r t has its factory number, and we suggest that y o u use the name of the part in addition to the factory number when y o u are ordering a n y of these items from your Elgin Genuine Material Distributor. ®©© Dialsideof movement 5754 Clamp, Minute Wheel }~ 5274 Spring. Clutch Lever 5496 SE § cps!!‐ t. 5489 Pinion. Cannon @ 5507 Spring. Hair. Elginium 5497 Wheel. Center. Complete 5244 Clutch, Winding an Setting {it 5264 Pinion. Bevel 2744 Collet, Hairspring 5493 Pinion. Sweep Second 5259 Lever. Clutch 5664 Stafl. Balance. Grooved 9 CL 5271 Roller. Double. with Jewel Pin 5276 Stud. Haiupfin; 5273 Swing. Click @ @Q 6Q 5281 Wheel. Escape and Pinion 5237_c9 Wheel. Ratchet 5285~C3 Wheel. Main 5580 Wheel, Hour 5286 Wheel. Minute 40 NAJ‘VIE OF PART Cat. No. 15 JEWEL NAMEOF PART crews, Balance Screws, T i m i n g Screws,BarrelBridge,TrainBridge,BalanceCock 5183 Screws,PalletBridge 5184 Screws, Sweep Second Bridge 5576 Screws, Case 5186 Arbor, Barrel 5236 Arbor, Pallet 5237 Arbor,Winding 5238 Balance,Beryl-Xor Solid 5686 BalanceComplete,Beryl-X 5683 Barrel 15 JEWEL 5577 5578 Grade 532, 8/0 size, 8th Model. 15 Jewels, Sweep-second Genuine Elgin parts are identical with those used in the original construction of Elgin watches. Each fits perfectly. You waste no costly time in making the material fit the watch. With genuine Elgin parts watches can be made as mechanically perfect as when they left the Elgin factory. You receive genuine Elgin parts in factory-sealed boxes or envelopes identified with the type, size, and number of parts. Authorized Elgin distributors are located in all sections of the c o u n t r y ‐ your orders will be filled promptly. Use only genuine Elgin material for replacing these parts. FOR PRICES SEE RETAIL MATERIAL PRICE LIST Order by Order by Cat.No. Bushing,UpperCenter 5568 Screws,MinuteWheelClamp Bushing, Lower Center C l a m p . M i n u t e Wheel Click Clutch,Windingand Setting Collet, Hairspring Dome,Cock Jewels, Balance Hole, Upper a n d Lower Jewels,BalanceEndstone,Upper Jewels, Balance Endstone, Lower Jewels, Escape Upper Screws, S e t t i n g Lever Jewels, Escape Lower Jewels,UpperFourthandUpperThird Spring,ClutchLever 5274 Jewels, LowerFourthand LowerThird Jewels,JewelPin 3Z3ZiZTiEEI;Ii3;BE§_‐____________________________ Jewels, Pallet Lower Spring,Hair,Str.2,Elginium 5507 Spring,MainStr..0044' _'_5219 Spring, Sweep Second 5495 Stafl', Balance 5664 Stud,Hairspring 5276 Jewels,PalletStones,“ R ”and“ L ” Jewels,SweepSecondPinionCock Washer,MainScrew 5277 Lever, Clutch Wheel, Center 5278 Lever,Setting Wheel,CenterComplete 5497 Palletand Fork Pallet,Fork and Arbor Pin, Banking Pinion,Bevel Pinion, Cannon Pinion,Center Pinion, Escape Pinion,Fourth Pinion,Third P i n i o n , Sweep Second Regulator Roller, l-Piece,Double,withJewelPin Wheel, Escape 5280 Wheel,EscapeandPinion 5281 Wheel, Fourth 5282 Wheel, FourthandPinion 5498 Wheel, H o u r 5580 5285-C3 5286 Wheel, Ratchet 5287-C9 Wheel, Setting 5288 Wheel, Sweep Second 5496 Wheel, Third 5289 Wheel,ThirdandPinion 54-99 41 5185 Screws, Click 5190 Screws,Dial Foot 5187 Screws, Cock Dome 5334 Screws, Lower Balance Jewel 5430 4924 Screws, M a i n 5191 Screw, Sweep Second S p r i n g 4410 Screw,HairspringStud 5194 Screw, Ratchet Wheel 5139 Screw, Sweep Second Adjusting Spring 5457 Spring, Click 5273 w Gt 576 I Arbor. Barrel g. 5834 Clamp. Endstone. Upper Pallet g}? 5774 Lever. Setting 5763 Arbor, Winding 5766 Barrel 5768 Clamp. Minute Wheel 5836 Nut. Pal. Reg. 5764 Balance, Beryl-X 584 1 Balance. Complete. Beryl‐X Q) 5832 Clamp. Endstone Lover Escape @ Q=_ 5838 Regulator 4» 5788 Stat}. Balance. Grooved 5833 Clamp. Endslone, Upper Escape M 577 3 Lever, Clutch f‐a 584241 Pallet. Fork and Arbor 5770 Clutch. Winding and Setting a 5778 Pinion. Cannon 577! Collet. Hair Spring 5777 Pinion. Bevel Trainsideof movement Dialsideof movement G!) 5835 Clamp, Endstone. Lower Balance. Lower Pallet @ CL .._@ C} 5784 Roller. Double. with Jewel Pin 5789 Stud. Hairspring 580 l A“ Wheel. Ratchet 5786 Spring. Click 5787 Spring, Clutch Lever 5649 Spring, Hair. Elginium 5726 Spring. Main 7.0067 " Thick 5839 Spring. Regulator GRADE 543 The material illustrated below is actual size for 10‐ size, Grade 543. These illustrations c o v e r the m o s t important parts for replacement purposes. A com‐ plete listing of all materials for this grade is shown on the opposite page. You will please note that each part has its factory number, and we suggest that y o u use the name of the part in addition to the factory number when you are ordering any of these items from y o u r Elgin Genuine Material Distributor. @ me G“) @e@ 5790 Washer. Main Screw vfl 5799-A23 Wheel. Main 5791 Washer. Click 5843 Wheel. Center. Complete 5845 Wheel. Third and Pinion 5797 Wheel. Fourth and Pinion fif 5803 Wheel , Inter Setting 5844 Wheel. Escape and Pinion e'ssa 5798 5800 5802 Wheel, Hour Wheel. Minute Wheel, Setting 7.1” GENUINE ELGIN MATERIAL Grades 546, 542 and 543, 10 size, 5th and 6th Models. 15, 17 and 21 Jewels. Genuine Elgin parts are identical with those used in the original construction of Elgin watches. Each fits perfectly. You waste no costly time in making the material fit the watch. With genuine Elgin parts watches can be made as mechanically perfect as when they left the Elgin factory. You receive genuine Elgin parts in factory-sealed boxes or envelopes identified with the type, size, and number of parts. Authorized Elgin distributors are located in all sections of the c o u n t r y ‐ your orders will be filled promptly. Use only genuineElgin material for replacing these parts. NAME OF PART Arbor, Barrel Arbor, Pallet Arbor, Winding Balance,Beryl-X 5829 Balance,Complete W Barrel NAME OF PART R o l l e r , 1 P i e c e ,D o u b l e ,w i t h P i n Screw, Balance Screw, T i m i n g Screw, Banking Screw. Case Screw, EndstoneClamp, Lower Balance Bushing, Upper Center Bushing, Lower Center Clamp, Endstone, Lower Bal‐ ance, LowerPa et Clamp,Endstone,LowerEscape Clamp,Endstone,UpperEscape Clamp, Endstone,Upper Pallet Clamp, Minute Wheel Click Clutch, Winding a n d Setting Collet, Hairspring Dome, Cock ‐ 5766 5827 5328 5768 5769 5770 5771 5772-c2 ‐ ‐ Screw,Endstone Clamp Upper Escape , Jewel,UpperandLowerBalance T _ 5 7 T T 5772-c2 m T T Jewel,LowerBalanceEndstoneW W 5 3 7 5813 5806 5846 5846 5848 Jewel,UpperandLowerPallet ndstone Jewel.Center,Upper ewel, Center, Lower Jewel, l‘bcape, U p p e r Jewel, FAcape, Lower Jewel, U p p e r Escape E n d s t o n e Jewel, Lower Escape Endstone Jewel, Upper and Lower, Fourth and Third ewel, Jewel P i n Jewel, Upper Pallet Jewel, Lower Pallet Jewel, “ R ” Pallet Stone Jewel, “ L " Pallet Stone Lever, Clutch Lever, Setting Nut,Pat.Reg. Palletand Fork Pallet, Fork a n d Arbor Pinion,Bevel Pinion, Cannon Pinion,Center Pinion, Escape Pinion,Fourth Pinion.T h i r d Regulator 5787 5787 5648 5649 5726 5726 FOR PRICES SEE RETAIL MATERIAL PRICE LIST ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER ORDERBY CATALOGNUMBER 15 JEWEL 17JEWEL 21JEWEL Grade 546 Grade 542 Grade 543 15JEWEL 17JEWEL 21JEWEL Grade 546 Grade 542 Grade 543 , 5761 5762 5763 5761 5762 5763 5764 5765 5766 5768 5769 5770 5761 5831 5763 5764 Til‐1‐ 5766 5784‐ 5824 5825 5599 5591 5597 Jewel,UpperBalanceEndstoneW W W 5808 5808 5816-D 5816-D 5810 5810 5310 5810 5814 5814 5815 5815 5773 5773 5774 5774 5775‘R 5775'“ 5776-R 5776-R 5777 5777 5839 5788 5788 5789 5789 5790 5790 5791 5791 5792 5840 5793 5843 - 583-7 5832 5833 5834 5768 5769 5770 Screw, EndstoneClamPa Lower Escape Lower Pallet Screw, Endstone Clamp, Upper Pallet m Serew, Click Screw, Dial Foot Screw. Cock Dome Screw, Setting Lever Screw. M a i n Screw, BarrelandTrain Bridge, Balance Cock Screw, Pallet Bridge Screw, Regulator Adjusting Screw, Regulator Screw, Hair Spring Stud Screw, Ratchet Wheel Jewelsin thmomodelsareunsetfriction. 444444444 43 5784 5784 5824 5824‐ 5825 5825 5599 5599 5591 5591 5597 5597 5614 5597 5606 5595 5692 5471 5598 5592 5602 5590 5593 5612 5613 4986 4986 W5596 W5596 Spring, Click Spring, Clutch Lever Spring,Hair Str. 2 Elginium Spring, Main, .0067'Thick Spring, Regulator Staff, Balance, Grooved Stud, Hairspring Washer, M a i n Screw Washer, Click Wheel, Center Wheel, Center, Complete Wheel, Escape m Wheel, Fourth Wheel,FougthandPinion ‐ Wheel, H o u r Wheel, M a i n Wheel,Minute Wheel, Ratchet Wheel, Setting Wheel,Inter-Setting Wheel,Third Wheel,ThirdandPinion 5805 5788 5789 5790 5791 5792 5793 5794 5794 5795 5796 5796 5797 5797 5798 5798 57 99-A7 5800 5800 5801-C11 5801-01‐ 5802 5802 5803 5803 5804 5804 5795 5844 5799-A7 Do You Know that Elgin is the world’s largest fine watch factory? There are 21.3 acres of floor space in this tremendous plant. Here under one roof, each Elgin watch is planned, created and completely finished by Elgin’sperfect partnership of fourth-generation craftsmen and scientists. Do You Know that the time required to produce each Elgin watch is from 8 to 10months . . . and the number of p a r t s which m u s t he produced and assembled totals 211for m a n y Elgin models? More than seven thousand kinds of bench tools are used in the creation of Elgin watches. WATCH SIZES Do You Know that Elgin is the only watch com‐ pany in the world maintaining an observatory observing, recording, and broadcasting time from the stars? EachElginwatch is timed for accuracy to the unfailing standard of the stars determined in this far-famed Elgin time observatory, Do You Know that Elgin is ofiicial on m a n y of America’s finest planes and streamline trains? All members of Eastern Airlines flight personnel are equipped with Elgin sweep-second watches. On record runs, one of the fastest trains, the Hiawatha,wasofliciallytimedby twinElginclocks. Do You Know that an ordinary thimble will contain more than 20,000 of the tiny screws used in certain Elgin models. and that it takes 500,000 of these screws to make a single pound? These incredibly small Elgin screws m u s t be exact in weight to within 1/7,000,000 of a pound. . T h e L a n c a s h i r e G a u g e f o r d e t e r m i n i n g w a t c h sizes i s o f E n g l i s h o r i g i n a n d is t h e standard commonly used by American watch manufacturers. By this system1-5/30incheswas takenasabasingfigureandwascallednaught(0) livery 1/30 of an inch added increased the size one number, every sub‐ * in t e r m s of fractions of inches, decimal inches, lignes and millimeters: * size. tractionof 1/30of an inchdecreasedthesizeonenumber.Thesizeof awatch is determnaed by i t s w i d t h t h r o u g h t h e c e n t e r at t h e n a r r o w e s t p a r t of t h e d i a l side of the lower plate. The table below shows Lancashire Gauge watch sizes Watch Size Fraction Inch inch 23/30 inch 22/30 inch 21/30 inch 20/30 inch 19/30 inch 18/30 inch 17/30 inch 16/30 inch 15/30 mch14/30 inch 13/30 inch 12/30 inch 11/30 inch 10/30 Decimal Inch 1.766 1.733 1.700 1.666 1.633 1.600 1.566 1.533 1.500 1.466 1.433 1.400 1.366 1.333 Ligne Size 19.87 19.50 19.12 18.75 18.37 18.00 17.62 17.25 16.87 16.50 16.12 15.75 15.37 15.00 14.62 Millimeter 44.86 44.02 43.17 42.33 41.48 40.63 39.79 38.94 Comparative values of standards of measurement: 1 i n .=25.4 millimeters. 1 millimeter=.03937 i n . 1 ligne=2.25 millimeters. 29 ”aceti/S v 1. £711. ,_0/ // z ” ( a f f/zé c/wzce (- (£515.75.‐..4/154/ fibre?(fan/{a 11.00 10.15 9.31 3.46 WTCHMMERS acclaim Elgin Cleaning Fluids for either hand or machine method! Hundreds of leading watchmakers have expressed their complete satisfaction with both Elgin Watch Cleaning Fluid and Elgin Watch Rinsing Fluid. Developed only after careful research in Elgin’s laboratories, these fluids quickly andthoroughly remove allgrease, grit, grime and dirt from the finest watch part‐leave it asclean and sweet-running as when it left the factory. Elgin Watch Cleaning and Rinsing Fluids contain no cyanide‐will not gum or corrode the most deli‐ cate part. They are non-inflammable and non-explo‐ sive. If y o u have n o t already tried these remarkable Elgin aids to fine watch cleaning, order them today. These fluids are highly recomended by the Elgin National Watch Company and will serve y o u well in y o u r repair department. For rinsing delicate watch parts. Dries quickly. Contains no cyanide. Suitable for either hand or machine method. WATCH CLEANING FLUID NONJNFLAMMABLK NON-ixPLoslv! (ONTAINS NO chNmE ELGIN NATIONAL wncn C0 ELGIN, |LL|NOI5 A non-inflammable,non-explo‐ sivefluid. Cleansquickly,thor‐ oughly. Suitable for either hand or machine cleaning. In response to constant inquiries from watchmakers all over the country, as to our recommendation for a proper cleaning and rinsing fluid for use in their repair departments, Elgin scientists developed these fluids. Both Elgin Watch Cleaning Fluid and Elgin NONJNFLAMMAGLE NON-EXPLOSIVE ( O N ' I A l N ; N O ( V A N I D E ELGIN NAY'ONAL wncnco. n e w , numb" ONE QUART Watch Rinsing Fluid are available for y o u r conven‐ ience in the following sizes: pint, 500; quart, 85c; gallon, $3.00. Authorized Elgin Genuine Material Distributors located in all parts of the country are ready to supply y o u on short notice. PERIODICALLY, additional bulletins in this series willbesentyou. TheywillcovernewElgindevelop‐ ments and new advances in the field of horology designed to make your work easier and to save you time. Thesebulletinswillbeprinteduniformlytofit this binder; It is hoped you will see fit to keep it handy where y o u can refer to it whenever necessary. FOR FUTURE SERVICE BULLETINS THISpage is included for your convenience in reporting to us here at Elgin just what things you found most helpful in this new Service Bulletin. It is o u r desire to make this series of articles as useful and as informative as possible. And toward that end, we welcome sincerely your suggestions for future Service Bulletins and for addi‐ tional material concerning any phase of watchmaking which you would consider valuable in your work. THINGS I FOUND ESPECIALLY HELPFUL THINGS I WOULD LIKE TO READ ABOUT IN FUTURE BULLETINS MY NAME FIRM NAME ADDRESS TEAR OUT AND MAIL THIS PAGE TO ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY ELGIN, ILLINOIS, U.S.A. * * * * * * * * * * * fir * * ts, if Arbor has Key Squure, then order Key Wind or same class. Sire Model Description Pull1’1., Hunting.Key Sen, F u l l P L , H u n t i n g , newer S e " . PullPL,Open Fnce.PendantSen. l’l. ln‘emhnngmhle.Pendant Beth. u11f) .Open Face.LeverSen. _1| 5... | Model 16 7111 16 uh 16 M]: 14 15: 12 m 12 2d 12 84! 10 15: l 15: 5 241 0 lat 0 2d 0 at 10-0 110 Dcscnpiion 5: PL.Open Fuce. Pend.Sett., Exposed w. wu. X PL.Hunting,Lever Seth, Exposed\\’. \\'h. X PL,OpenFace.LeverSeth,Exposed \\'. W». O r d e r s f o r l e s s t h a n o n e J o u r l h d o z e n w i i i b e c h a r g e d 111 s i n g l e p i e c e p r i c e . MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. x PL,Open Face,Leversew,Exposedw. wh. PL.Hunting,Leversen., Exposedw. Wk. u i i PL, Hunting. Key B e n . FullPl.Hunting, LeverBen. X PL.lnuarchnn hie. bever Bert. PL,Hunting. Verse“. PL,Sweepsecond.Lever Bett. PL.Open Face,Pendant.Sen. x PL,Hunting,1end.sezL,ExposedW. “0.1. PL,Hunting, Lever Se". X PL.Hunting,PendantSon. x PL,Hunting,PondnnlSeu. X PL,lluntlng, Pond.Sew.Expo“!!!W. “11. x PL,OpenFlute,Pond.Rem,Exposedw. w 11. x PL,OpenFace,Pend.SEIL,Exposedw. Wk. ““‘h! " “ 311, 11h "‘ “ " ‘ 311.5”) “ “130w5111 “ “ 30.511; ‘ “' 5m 3 1' 0111.7111 ' “ 1 01h 7111 51111 " " 1 fill], 711] " ' .\'ivk.»l “(nllnh4]1 " .\11'Iui 1 ~ 01mm “ " 1 "1New “ “ ‘ , N ,~~,....mm”! x 1'1,Hunting, Key Sell. PL,Hunting.KeySe". PL,Hunting,Pend.Sew. ExposedW. Wh’. PL,Open Face.l’eud. SetL,Lx1)oscdW. \\ h. PL.Bunting,Key Sen. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. BARRELSANDARBORS,FITTED. |jfi¢l .| I l No.295, 296 No.297.302 NW.or0. F. No.3 " , 3|3 mg. or 0. F. No. 325, 327 P NA $51?“ H l e . No.298, 299, 309 No.300,Sol.804 ng.orO.F. ' ' No.317,315,320 Hut.010. F. No.1309,|3|0 Hu.orO F, N o . 2 1 3 3 No.|969 No.197i Hm. or O. F. N o . 2 1 0 2 2 1 7 6 Mg. m 0 F N o . 2121. 2 1 2 2 _H!z.or0.F, Pficn Piece 4For Dot, ' Mix.or0. F. No.312 P mg.ovO F. No. 328, 329 ' ! | Mm Ca.‐ nlozue No. 2162 Pnca Descnpnon a! Mme 7 0 , 7 4 . . , . l ' a n n - d 70, 7 4 " 87.88.N1),10].111(o 114. 9 5| No.1788 No.1119 No.1313 No.1788 No.1737 No. 2|03, 2104, 2344 No.1887 ,. Model ELLZM DESCr-Dhon o! . Sum Model ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. BUSHINGS,BARRELAIQBOR. Price <9 o as 5a “ km.or0.F. th.orOF. Hmm0 F BUSHINGS,CEN’FRESTAFF. Class , ...,................................I .10| .75 No. 2l62 0 G th or 0. F. CAR/IS, SETTING. Class - ‐ ‐ ED. E) Q9 H g . orO.F. H'l- 0!0. F. Hu- or0. F. 0. F. Mtg. 01O.F. N o . 42 No. 46 No.,|14 "0.162 No.123 fih OQ@& ”in o. F. Htg.or0. F Mtg.01o. F. mm ‘ PerDoL. 5-10 J " ‘l'uluhul No. 2105. 2106 1.00 1.00 ' Place.PctD01. Sue \ u: 3.1111 ‘ I e; I ’ ] an), 0111 “ 1 3&1 75 ‘ mulwl pnuqu-d (illlll'll 18 .P1.§ 2dm m ) 51]! 61}: 311,411) .'3(I cm. 7111 2d. 3d Mommmt ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. CAMS,SETTINGSPRING. Price e For D | Descviplmnol Mon-went Size Model Rum, I 5511 5 1“ P L ( $ t h 7 ! ! ! Edhad In K: Ben. BxyoudW. wn. tedW. wn. l-‘ull . I Pull{I};l‘xlrltlngKJLevyerSeu- FullPL.Open l-‘uo.l’endnnlSen. 5 Pl. lntnrchnngubla.PendantBett- xpowd W. Wk. ulli-‘l.OpenFace Leveram. 1- x l’l.,Open Face,Loversw. B: 5xl'l..Hunting.LeverSeth. ExposedW 1-ullPL,Humbug.KeySen. m 3d § I’L,Hunting.heysue, ' l L,Hunting.Keysou. ‘,K1:1"llnnung.Pond.Seth.ExyondW.Wk. FullPL.Hunting. LeverSen. PL,lnwrclmn mime. Lover5 m . PL,Hunting. versalt. l’l..Hunting,h e y Ben. X l'l.‘limiting. Lover Beu‐ g PL,Hunting,Pondnnl,ma gE, sweeppsecorlfl.[dwel-55:3‐ ..onweann_ PL.Hunllng.Pondultseu. 5KPL, unung. Pena, um.Brunet!W. W». 5: PL.Open Fun.Pena.sum,ExposedW. Wh‐ K PL.openFun.Pend-Selh.ExposedW. Wh. 1 PL,financing, fiend.sun.p r o s e d w. wu. ND.1791 No.1741 No.1790 . CAPS, ARBOR. CPU 0 F, Ii Pnco @ Hz.orO,F, Deni-Mien of Movement C A P S , RA’l‘CI‐IE’F. Clan No.332 D o m i p fi o n ' ; Description 01 Movement, _ , _ ‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐ No.330, 33! ! i Piece ,' Per 001.6 5-10 I Model |_ .l .10 1.00{ m if;PL] 3d P 59 PchoL; Sue Model x ‘5’ ha.”‐ Damnation X PL.OpenFace.Pond.Bet PL.Hunting,Lover sew. 1:1“Openince,‘LeverSew, 1L.0 p mFacesl'end.SelkuhowdW.W11‐ C1ass 32.33351033.11,2§........_._. 3! 35 39 40,921095 102,10710110 7 5.15 I 111 11; 1’1. 7, “7 Model 35, 40, it). 91. 1011, 110 . 07.63.71.72.. 69. 70. 73. 74. 87.88.113,1l4 90. 97........ No.1312,1315 1151 His.orO.F. . , . . . . . . .. .10 110 .IO .10 .10 .10 1.00 .75 .50 1.00 .75 .50 .75 ” _ “ “ 011171119111 M o m “ " Glh,71h Giltlf'd 211.34) 5114031 " " ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. CLAIVIPS, RATCI‐IET ._ . . SS.100.101,1111011-1 ., . , . . . “ 1 (11111111 ng 010 r, CLAN/1138, 1\/IINIJT " \\fI‐IEEL. Dt'scnmmn 01 Momma/fl . i .1U No.1798 1 Nickel No.1795.2099 up H1g or0 F. To ascertain Gmdeot Movement, consult INDEX. In ordering .\1fller1111,g1\e Cut1110g11e“1\111110711111! 0111» or Numberof Movement for whlch same 15requlred. Orders f o r less t h a n one-founh dozen w i l l be charged111 9113113 piecepr1cc. CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN 11 Raymond.aner= 51753151‐ Overln11d.1 20 No. 1011 0 1 . \ ' o 125151153. 101,197. 2 .. ,- , . 1 .21722 \ N. z z 1 ' , 2 5 $ ' 2 5 9 , 7 3 1 . No'.221, 2511zs'z, 0: 11111, 111.411 ( 0 . 1 .'.Peu11Sea), ‐ 107,111. 305. ,1151 eu1ier bugsNev. 11, be12,5.) 123 130.1112,105 175210511272 32 No 05.213. 112, 171. erSezsn51,5_ rnvmr Overland, 11ltg.1.e\ersem 79.80, 121, 117,111.2719’ 0 150313 74,115,115 . N 111,131,157. N o . 1 . No.151,152 1115 No.10s 110, 113, N o , 155. 120.1321 173, 271. 103. Wheeler Over 0, 227229 No. 207,.17,253,251. 2 l. 1 5 9 . N o . 2 1 0 . No.2052152111252 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ( 1 1 0 5 3 1 . e v - 51- Ssh; 71111, Fem, (when, 15,17 55,57.as.111, 32“, 165,'m,125, 113 111,273‘ Ogden, 1-arwe11, algal‐goJmV n n c e , 01,197, “ 9 , 5 1 1, 17.10 12 13.13.19, 515.55,53,711137.33. 102,111,’112,159, No.57 55 97,171. Raymond.Father T1vm.e,(701115211515 5522)“.v ' ' N . 0 9 .' s. Aw ,Leader11, ' _ ~ ' . T1me(0.1...1ever 1 \ o .2' 112530, 31. so:.).1so1111,252, Frances R u b l e . M, 273, 477. Lngly 1:11:1n11cey 01511111111 ( 0 . 1 1 252, .J up 1. 10.1-152111115212), 30 \o.105,110 . mu. 311. 101’105, 123,117,11s,119,152, 7 ' 11,1,‘51,.1.,5d \' 72’ 235. .37,"11.12,15 No.250. _ 50.111 «7 , Nlo”1. :1,51. 315.89. .51’3135,35,10. Rny.mond171111151‐ 1mm; ( 0 . Lever 500>.21 1os1N'5.305. 100 11113290, 32 gar SL,2I,22, 33, No.100. 515 51. 2 1 0 . 1 1 1 N11,210.212220557. 112 21.7. 113 No. 211, 21:1, 221, 111 115 F. j»lnd).u.20. L e w : Sea), 255, 1.11111101511115511. 2113. 0.‘1=‘.,Lever550>, , 183. _ - 17 187,196. MN” N13 121,155. 21°o.135.2:17. . No.192. 25 11.10121253.11:111(o.F. 1157 111,311.Set-525V ‘ Pnce Piece 1PevDaz. Descnnlion 1.4 Movemm » .50 11 11 11 .00 5 1’1. 01h .75 .(50 .50 I s l . 211 “ 1151-1111: ( 0 . 1-"., L e w r §eL ). 2110. 1111151101111 m p 1 . 110 N20?201 N30 921. 115.322. 1104701302310311. V O W M I311315. N o .2115 2811.1! 3 2 6 . 1N1o02.321193,1w1!.320. 1~1 Model FTHOSII.. . 2Il0'lxi In L’l} _. , lid, [17 . 1 I .75 .50 "50 .50 .40 30 (55 ® i-Itz 1110.F Hiz.010, F. IR 143 PL III 55 TaIonnvvllulnl. (1us.Lev» m. 1, w i i 5 11:11“. l-Jurwel, ”urgeA \'llllc¢. .. u'1l1fr1'fl.‘1"'16’1g 2113.23. 1,115,116, ‘9 v \ . 1 " 1w.',’1_10113, 130. 1.3. 271. m7,zt7.2=s,sa1, 96.” 2.5508315,113.294 A115 “1.250. lin mom].Father T 1113(0.I-‘ L o w r i t )50.1252, Owrlnnd 0.P. Lever set». 235. I. 2 \' h A». 5 $0,213.51hiob3‘1. [Allu5 , . ‘l'l'lne' 0. . 9 1 1 3 '6.. 0m New?” til-sf?, . 1 , z . u, N5”'mam-351 17.311. Iffln’i?’ . 1. \oo. m 7 1515131mummy. 117 \ l’end.8ec.). ' 12 ... \'o 1911, as ' 0:1”,236. 1,9 mm, so.211".m, m, , s man-311515. 116.150, “ 7 53 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. CLAMPS,RATCI‐IETWHEEL. No.1792 ‘ No.1794 mg.010.F. H1;orO.F. CLAMPS,SETTINGWHEEL. _ _Pr_im _ l Desrllphon of Movement 9 Wheeler, Over- InnlL‘liJJ' I’ «1 ms mm -. 1.4!"cr Sel- . 271. ' AvcrvLaden11. 11 15.61,11.559 51,11.LAG. “1.15.39”. . ' . . ln11non1i'2(xl'i.. 0‘1..bevel-sou. N. I L111! ElI1(Re 1115.1:)“If; y ' ' 0.112: 115 111141115123111311. 1\ n. It?“ . . . No.112,u1,m,us, 51. 1'6. . 0.31:196.1355." “41. www. .iO No,l797 No.1796 Tn :1~1‘1»r|:1i|1lirmh' nr Aim-emu“. mmult 1x1 , in ordering linlerini, give Catalogue Number andClass,or Numlmror Muvummu fur 11hich same 15required. Urdu»[or I1>~~1111111one-fourthdozen“iiibechargedatsingleNewprice. CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN 0- ‐_‐___‐___‐‐.‐-‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ IIIII I ' a l h v r Z' 5 TnuylorOverlnml, i - 5.16...m, 10.1141sex.), m u ., , 1 . 1 ..‘ c h o . Pchoz |_517°. 1 Modal Flh.0!h ,. 3d. vllh GI 311 Hig,01O.F Price Descripfiun oI Mvvcmunt No.1793 mg.orO F. No. 337 ng. No.1800 NATIONAL WATCH Co. CLICIiS. No. 2356 4'a. a}, 49 On 5437 Mm.010 F. I mg.orO F. Hm. Hm. Hm, Hz.or0. F. No.1805 No.1316 No.1804 No.1805 No.1799 No.|801 No.1802 @ ng.orO.F. ng.orO,F. mg.orO.F. . . . Hu.0:0.F @@ 150 50 50 50 .00 .75 .60 .60 50 110 .50 50 .50 .00 "50 .00 Sum 18 Description 01 Movement Model 2d [0 «11h mm mh.7111 2d to 5m Mh. Tfih um um mh. mn an. la! {M N. :.’«l M ml 105111 21d. 511: cm 71h 0111 um. 71h . Cni' algnua Chm ! Fun | Descrinlmnof Movement « | r v - v ‐ k b~‐~-‐‐ N o , , i I No.1809 No.1807 , 0 - 1 » v a ; Size | No.1808 Model 8Ih.01h GU].71h.91!) ’ WOLW) h) 34,30Io' . 0., . .. . , % . No.1806 .. . " fl l'l. " ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. CLUTCHES,SETTING. Price Descrip'ion 01 Movement Cw; PieceiPmDox. Siu | Model 2.25 Ins F."Pl. M i n - u h 200 CLUTCI‐IES, V\7IND I N G A171") SE’FTING. ND DD HID DD “9 Hi:or0 F. Hg,orO»F‘ Hug,or0, F, C O L L I E T S , 1 3A R ’ R E L A R B O I Q . . Ca . I |amp” C'Jss ‐; Nov' ,; cm mua ..... ' 10, 1.001 18Ian. 5mm: i FullPL, H u n t i n g . Key Se". FullPL,llunung,Leversen. I-‘ullPL,Open Face.PendantSon. x l’l. Interchangeable. l’emlnnl Sou. I- ll f'l.Open Face,Lever Sell. X l’l..Hunting,Key Ben. , x Pl Hunting.rend,sew.Exposed\\ ._\vt!. if penFave,l'end.sutJapvu-d“- \\h. ' x I’L.OpenFace,LeverSew,Expos-edW. \\ h. 3’PL.llunune.Loversue. ExpandW.Wk n ’l llunung,Keysmt. m 0 0 o 0 0 l lunllng.heyBen. , l lnnung, Lever Set!‐ 4;PL,Hunting,l'undnmbut. if rm.llununx.Pendulum“. ' K PL,llnnung. l’end.Sew.Eamon-d“. , Kunlllle. LeverSett. . nwrcnnn nble. Laval- Sect. PL,llnmlng, averse". 5 KP L . B w e o n S e c o n d . L o v e r m e . ‘x Pl 0 n Fnco. Pendant.Belt. 51Pl:"mung,Pond.Seth.ElwledW.Wk. 10‐0 M . \\ p. No. 351 O. F. ‐‐ i MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. _‘_ | Size I ! In ls M 13 1! 15 11 11 1 0 16 I 6 10 Model I n 21]lo uh Mil filh 7m an VIII 3d m - Bill | Description i Sire Model 16 1"! lo I!!! to 9th N hr. 12 he 12 id 13M m m ul In N (kl Dcuriplion K I’L,OpenFnce.Pena.Seth.Exponed\V.“1L X I'L,Hmnung.Leversew.ExpomlW. Wh. 4,5 PL.Oven I’m-e, Lover ecu“ Luau-ed W. Wh. és’I’L.llunllnx,Keysent. . l? ‘ :' mum 9|2: " 10,5, 1 “ m No.1810 1?! ll; ' " 61h.71h .. ..1 .. PL,0 n F m .Penn.Hem.Expowdw.\\ n. PL.032“Face.l'end.sen"Bxpowuw.wm cu- nlozuo No. 35? $13 358 Pricc | Descnphonof Movement Model * 1 1 inr11,021.11Spring 1 ' 11:11 ‘ ., 1- -‐ cu- llogue No. 1 Pice DescnnlmnofMovpmn ~. ~‐‐‐‐»~ 1 P-ece PetDoz slm mom ,110 .75l lxl 1.lU 101) 1" Cat- l l o g u o No. 304 305 365 . 1.10 1 No.360 N0.36i,362 £2. 1; Hz. HmI C U P S , C E N ’ iE l x . Class No. 364, 385 Pllce 1pm P 0 1 0 0 : Dcscnnhcn 0! Movement S1'e ModeL ’ 96,97 . . _ . . . . . No.2139 No.18" 1 No. 352,353,354 Class Pevnoz1 Size .50 18 '“ 1to 11.611066.103to 100...... .10 . .10 . .10 F. FL 1511051117111 is! 105111 Glh 811mm 1.1,311 13110311. 511110711. G!h. 71h. 91h W .W" , . 4:11!“ll-v \|1‘-'l‘ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. COLLETS,I‐IAIRSPRING. Hz.010.F. Class mg orO.F. Piece . Na.357,358’,1318 ©© 1 .. , , .50 “ " .35 17 F. m. .50 10 a; 1'1. _50 “ “ 35 " “ .35 1-1 " A; 12 .. .. ilrr_"11m. '‐ «1:11"..1 --“www... . "'~“ ~' Hal -' 1 ~~.. .1 .. 1111111101 1 N o . 3 5 9 , i330 .50 “ .33 10 " 211, 311 1 “ 1x1 |\1 311 i>l In 3d 1. .. h! .. CU PS, AI\B01\. .215 I0l i.ID .1 " “ 14105111 1 1~1 .4 1 1.00‘11‘=.I1»1,11~11 100 > 12 1 11 _1. 1001 ® 1 To ascertainGmdeof .\io1'.ementconsult ixnzx. In ordering Material, gin: Cnmioguc Vumbcr and Clnss, or 1 Number of Mowemenl.for11hicb sameisrequired Orders for lessthan one-fourth dozen will becharged at single piece price. Double Sunk ' Glass ] Hard ioecm- Glass . ' E n a m e i ‘ Enamel| ated Enamel mm Deeot' 43:3 .. v,,,,' 1. 1 . . .. . " g g ‘ Marginall~'iures. g Marginal i-‘l'vures Marginal l~'igures. _\lar"lnnl Figures. .\iarv'inal l'lgures, Marginal i' it'ures, Marginal l"If'urus Marginal ivlgurcs .intm, '_, .w.tlli . 1.50.00 . . . , , , ., , . . , Arable.Light. MInnteCircies . \ o MIn_ute C i r c l e s .\tinuteclre \'0 MinuteCircles. " ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. DIALS. PRICE PER DOZEN Sunk Second . . DGSCUPI'OI‘V Minute Circles. _ " " Marginal Figures. " " Minute Circles. I) j " ~ '* Medium, X ileat’y. .\ ' Heavy. Enamel tried . Roman. L i g h t . " “ " " Medium. . \ 0 Minute Clreies. ‘ i mite v 30.00 .00 tum!) I . _ Riga;.. .,, x) .... :,. ,... arnanre .. ‘ Marginal Figures, 1 .\'0MinuteCiries.“ i“a; ,.. .\'0 Minute Circles X Iieavy. MinuteCircles t ,. , . xx iient’y. " “ .\'o Minute t'ircies I '- llea‘r3. .\iar"inai l-‘iflures. ‘ .\‘.\’\ Heat3 Minute Circles. i ight Slim-.Ilnu .\o Minute-(Zircies,.\lurginal Figs. Medium.Sianting. \iinntetireia 0 Minute Ci lane,» and itoman. iletn3'..\'o Minnie Circles.24-ilnur. llea\'3.\o.\linuteClreles,.\lur’lnanlgs.,-i ilour. Roman, SheepSecond .\mbl 0 Roman. Decorated, Minute Circles. Mar-final Figures. itomun,sit3light.MinuteCircles MarginalFigures. .\rubie. t' llilt‘l illustrationsoi‘ Dials, commencing “ i t h page 40. the tarions sizes are glten in “hieh that particular sttie is furnished. and reterringto prices. itnonelsquoted. the Dial is n o t made in that quality. illustrations areintendedtoghennideaorthe"enemistyleofhoursonly,andnotthesizeor Dini.or whetherit isDouble Sunk or sunk Seconds. .\n3oi thein ii BertiSizeDialse nbefurnishedforOten i’aeeMovements.l.e., those movements in which thefourthorsecondhandpitothasbeitremotetlin“hielcasetheywouldheulthoutsecondsbits; the106size. intended for HuntingCases.are treated in the same manner Prices for this style Dials are thesame as for Sunk Seconds Dlnlsfor 16Size.Classes 16." "7and .‘s.are iltted in a Dial Ring. and are not furnished separatefrom the ring: anextrachargeismade“$0.00perdozen[orthisstyle. Classes1?!and28havenoSecondsBits.beingfor Sweep second Movements. in order to assist, in determinin" the Models of .\iotcments for which Dials are required. commencing on pngeH. isshrmntheexact locationthedial {eel hear asrelates the twclltb hour in all our tarious sizes and models. in ordertrr'Dials.inadditiontotheCatalogueNumber.it isneeessarytogltethesize,qualit3,st3ieand model. ..\snniiiustmtion:".\'o.370,issize,Ginssi-:namei.DoubleSunk,tuband91hModel." DoubleSunk Dialsareonly furnished in is and 10sizes. Marginal Figures. " " Marginal i~‘i"ures. .\mhie. " .iar. nnlFl rarest. I, L .\larginai Figures. 18,17,16,14,12,10,8,6and 0 Sims N o . 2379 18,17,16,14,17,1B.B, s and c Sues. No.1514 1 g , : 7 1 ( u _ 1 7 1 n No.1515 18, 17. 16, 14. 17,1o,a,6nnd 0 Sims, No.2380 1B,|7,15, 1¢_12,1o,a,e and 0 Sizes. No. 2351 18,17,16,14,12.10, E, 6 and 0 Sims. 18,17, 16, 14,17,10,8,6, 0 und10>0 $1105 No. 2385 NW .>1£1'51r|<‐ 18.17.16,14,1Q and 10 51105 No. 2386 No.2354 ”mp. . ,, x 1 /' 4-(15imv 18, 17, 16.14, 12 and 10 Slim 18.17.16,14,12.10, B, 6 l n d 0 S h e ; 18.17.16 and 14Sizes ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. ILLUS'I‘RATIONS OF DIALS. N o , 372 No. 2378 i No. 2397 ILLUSTRA’I'IONS OFDIALS, CONTINUED, No. 2388 $311, tuum IB, v7, |5 and I4 Sues No. 1520 No. 2389 m, w‘ 16, |4,12,|o. 8.6 and 0 sum No. 239| IS, I7, I6, 14‘ IQ, IO, 3, 65nd 0 Sims No. 2392 15,l7,¥5,l4,12,l0, 5, 6 and 0 Sues No. 373 1 8 V7. I S , 1 4 , W , I O . 9 , 6 a n d 0 S u e ; No. 2393 I s , I 7 , W . 1 4 , 12. I D , 8 , 6 a n d 0 S i m s No. 2394 1 3 , I 7 , I 6 . 1 4 , 1 2 . 10. 8 , S a n d 0 S i m s No. 2395 l8,|7.16,14,|2.|0. 8,Gind 0 Six" I 8 , I 7 , | 6 , I 4 . I 2 . W. B, 6, 0 and 10-0 S l u t 16. I4,12,10 and 0 S i m ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. , 10 vs, |7, 16and I4 Sins No. 2390 .1leli" +¢15in+ 93-1‐ No. 2396 ILLUS'TRATIOLYSOF DIALS. CONTINUED Na. 2397 No. 2399 18,17.16,N.|?nndlDS|xes No. 2399 ‘ ‘8‘17,V6.|4 V Z a n d W q u - s No. 2400 ‘ |8,1/‘ ‘barfl'viS'r-s No. 2401 I? Ind I0 Sizes (6, 14, 12, I0, 0 and |0~0 Slzas I6, M, 17, IO and 0 Size: ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. No. 2405 No. 2406 ..~~‘4‘4‘”49"4"~., i 5,10 +615in-e- 2": 16, I4, 12, 10and 0 Shel 16,14.12.IO and 0 She; \ lS‘I7,lfiandH Sizes No. 2403 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. ILLUSTRATIONS OF DIALS, CONTINUED. No. 1524 ’ No.2407 18and 16Sizes ' v8and I6 Sues No 377 . No.2408 I6 Sim No.1536 \_. I8,16,I4.I2.w. 8,6nd0Siw; QB.|6,M,|2.IO.8,6nd0Sizes No. 1530 No. 383 _ 8,6and0Sum No.1533 8, 6and0Size; 8. 6und0She; ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. LOCATIONOF DIALFEE/T. On account or lhe feel on Dlnls or the seveml Models helm: loomed Sn diflorem_ positiom. ll lme been thought advlsnble to illustrate the place they occupy ‘ relmcs the twelrlh hour In the vurmns s i n k and s1_\lc<. Ohserrelhm In the 10. S,0 and 0 size, illustrations are thou-n ln “hich no second Mt i; m m ] . Tin-w, are I n t e n d e d f o r m o v e m e n t s f r o m w h l c h t h e f o u r t h v h o ! h a s l w u n r c m o n z d ( h m n l l n u l n u l h c m l o l u - m u ] m mwn FuceorSkj'llghl: shouldthe“21,sizeherequire [orllunllngCnsemtheFourthorSecond[landI’mIn|~cmoil, 12 18 SIZE O 151 to Sth and 7th Model 6th Model 0O l2 I7 SIZE 00 8th and 9th Model I ls! and 2d Model 0O I s ! lo 3d. sm to 9lh Model I2 16 3le 4th Model 0 N0 Feed-gnawed wll lng 12 I4 5 l e [2 l2 SIZE ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. LOCATIONOF DIALFEET, CONTINUED. 0‘0 1s: Model 13‘ WM 00 l2 12 S l e ' 10 SIZE 0,0 2d and 3d Model ‘ m Model 0'0 lo SIZE Isl Model 0 O. F. and Is!Model Skylight O . ° S'ZE 2d and 3d Model O 0A FAand S kYlEi h t 12 |2 ' 12 0. F. and Skyligh‘ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. LOCATIONOFDIALFEET, CONTINUED. 12 13153221, 00 0. F. and 5mm ‘5‘“d (2;MM“ o F. and Skylight - 12 0 SIZE 0 I s l Model 0 ' .12 0 SIZE Isl Mode] 0 0. F. and Skyngm 0 ‘ 0 SIZE 3dModel 0 SIZE 2d Model 0OO "34,5125 . 12 O “165sz OO IslModel In Mod.e] . 0 Forth. 6 SIZE { s t and 2d Model No.IBIS l e . o rO .F . Nov |817 can l e . o r0 .F . Description 01 Movemenk 'PieceIPerDub 5 No.1813 , No.|819 a n g . o rO -F . ELG‘IN NATIONAL WATCH CO. No.1814 FORKS. Price I Description 01 Movement PlaceEForDor-ESize ; ‐ __ ‐I_‐‐_‐ * mg. or 0. F I‐IIJBS. IBARREL. ' ‘Picco PerDez. Sire Model 3.00 18 95 Pl. 8th, Dlh 2,00 12 '> 2d.3d 2.00 o '- ,, No.1822 NoJBZI l“\ I‐IUBS,BARRELARBOR. @ P411.or0. F. H‘z,orOrF. Price CI“; ._‐‘ __4,... To ascertainGradeof Movemenr.consult Isnzx. in ordering Material.give Catalogue Number auricu-or Number of Movement for whlch sumo Is required. Orders f o r less t h a n one-fourth dozen w i l l be charged m.single pieceprlee". 1st noram,Tlh StralglatLine RightuAngle " ' StmlglinL l n e Isl,to 5th " lst.51h " l s r , lg uh 2dto 4th em 81h 8111, 9th Isl.20,6th,7th lsl.2d.0"),7th.91!) 15110701. 01h 01h, 7th Pricu Deicripfionor Movement Sim Model Descriphon uI Hands ‘ I-IcIIrIIo III~ IIIIIIrIIIIII I l i n u l e Mnon llourIII-II .\IIIIIIII-. l Mornsng (JIIIrI IIIIIIrIIIIII “ I n I l ... . 2d ..._ A . 151.211 . I. . . _. . “ \'IIrrII\\ .’ MedIIIm .. “..._ “ _ . ., ,~ . . . . I . II0|11\\I\ IIIIIIrIIlIII .‘lln Mann ”(1111 IIIIII \1III_ Nude IIIImIIIIIIIIr \\|.I,.\Im. ".,'II.I‘.. 3d.51h1071h.0m .. . ‘. _ _ , ... “ .I.... " \.Ir|m\ IIIIIII and “ I I I 1I1111|§\|\”lillrdlhl‘llh 31mm Hour and“In. I,... I I I I .‘l IIIIIIII " l-,;.n-' IIIIIIr. \\' [II]! I‘l'.lll Double \'IIrrII\\ l I o I I r IIIIII .\l|1I. M o o n ”0111 IIIIII ,\1III. SpadeNIIFIOH”(Illrillld \IIII. lIeIIrde[.1\ 110mIlllll.\IIII 101) lImIIIIIII1\lIII Spade, llmml Ilonr \\' lIIp \IIII. Double " .\zIrIII\\ llournIIII ,\IIII. Hour ( I n !II~ ”OIII‘ IIIIII \111I. \lornIn" M o n 1101“ IIIIII I\IIII. Moon Hour and NIH. Spade. \‘IIrr0\\ Hour and I\lIIII Loui IIV lIournIIII I\lIIII Gothic l l o u r IIIId .\IIII. “0.0“ :: I .. Spade, Englbh IloIIr \\ hlp \llII. " Douhle “ “ Nnrrou IlournIIII .\IIII. ' These Hands are Iurnlshed In Gold 31$0.001Ier dozen. and Composilion at $1.001Ier dozen. +For Skylight Dlals Nos. 1327 and 1329 are furnished In Gold or Compomlon III some p r i c e s 1“ (11051: marked with '. A l ‐ S l r a w Color. Extra Flue, [or19.§‘1 and 23Jewel Movements. A ‐ " “ B ‐ B l u e " C ‐ " " Flue, for 10.21nndszeweI Movemems. “ " 17.19.21and 23Jewel Movements. for7nnd 15Jewel Movements. One-halfof thedozen-pricewIllbechargedforeltherhouror mlnmehandswhenorderedseparately ln orderingBands,alwaysslateCatalogueNumberandQunlhywanted, Orders f o r less than one-fourth dozen wIll be charged at pair prlcc. . I. . I- IIII ” O l l l ‘ \\|Ii]1\|llll lSrI>.'II1 IIIIInI IlnIIr.IIIII “IIlIIlL‘. I nu Fla-lurdeI l k Hour 3111] 11le |.OIII> . \ l \ “0011 .\1urIIIn~_' (i101) IImIrrIIIII I‘lIII. .\]|2|(lL lfroI'III “ “ " l\ ItrtIIIII llrflml Hour l\'hIII.\Ii1| l< IIrImII IIIIlIr \\ “III \1 u IIIIIII \\ IIHI ,\1III “ w i l l ' m llrIlIrIIIIII “Illl I n i IIIIIII'rIIIIIloIIIIIIIII “III Nude, lirIIIIII ” o u r . \\ Illlll\lIII 1 . I LouisXIV Hour“1111Min _ I Spade, Brand llour, Whip I\lIII, ! rm 0 Sue, m lo M. Skyliznt No 2308 | 5 ‘l I Na. 23 O‐a‐ ! For IS Sue m Model No. 2051 For |8 Sue, Id lo 9"! Model ; No.2307 I No.392 For IB Sue, 26 lo 9M Mod-I No. 2062 For |6 Sr in 36. 51h N) 7m, 9m Model No.an L G I N NATIONAL WATCH Co. T‐E\ } I-IANDS'HOURANDMINUTE. E. No.l320 For IB SI.l'. 24 ‘.o 9'h Model Fe:16Sue,mand7dMooef o‐‐>=‐‐ l 0‐0‐‐ O‐oi‐ ! ©‐-‐‐‐0‐‐ I! For 12and lo Sizes, Is: Model I rm 18Size, m Model No.395 i No. 2146 | 0‐0‐ 0‐0‐ (OD‐O‐ ] ©‐‐‐-<>‐ Fm‘5 Sn» 45" Model No.406 0‐0‐ For 9 Sun: l:,' In 3d Modvl No. 402 ForH Sn», Ll Model Na.|322 0-0‐ 0‐0‐ I ForOSlzeIsland7dModel ! Fol6Sue,m andn, 55,1;th o---‐<-‐ I ©____‐ F0' 17 11rd ", S e c ; |sl 11mm" Fm IB Si In! Model No. 2063 No. 7064 No.39! 1 No.40| i No. 2055 o- '6 Sm. l 3d.5MIn070.an"9thModel Fov I6 5 m , so 5"!lo7thand91hModel No.132! 0‐0‐ o‐o‐ No.399 No.404 ! i o‐‐‐o‐ 0‐0‐ l O‐‐°'‐' @_°_ ! I H‐ 0‐0- 0‐0- | 0‐0‐ Io‐‐‐‐‐@__‐_©‐I9‐‐ I 5 5,_..‘ | w@‐} , 3 5 s " m 7 m 9 m , M o d e l F o v I ? S u e , 7 4 a n d 3 4 M o d e l F o 4r s h . » I s l l o 3 6 M o d e l 5 F o r 1 0 0 S u e . I s r M o d a l iA ___,,..A<,;< _ 2 l No 24“ For us Size. M w 9m Model No.24l0 No.2060 No.2059 No.1319 . , lat Model O.‐.‐ ©‐-‐-‐.‐‐ For 10 51m. 15! Model , Fov | 3d, 5171 to 7th, 9!» Model For 12She. 2d and N Model No.2413 I 0‐0-‐ l _o No.394 No. 20 No.2412 No.2329 No. 2 415 I $I°‐‐l6x‐_e, o‐o‐ li @ _ _ . _ For lB Size, N to 9 l h Model I For Is Sum, 76 to 9th Modal For I8 Size. 26 lo 901 Model i, ’__________~‐‐‐. O‐~‐‐ 0 ‐ ‐ ©‐‐+‐ cork‐ ©‐‐~‐‐ ForI7Simm For18Size,In Model Forl6 Size,lstand2d Modol ForI7andI8Sims.IslModel ondIBSue.20to9thModel For 185118. 2d in 91h Model No.403 No. 395 0‐0‐ 0+ 0+ (9‐0‐ O‐""‐‘ Q‐h‐ Fm 16 Sue, Fov16 Size. 151and 2d Model 3d, 511110 71n.9m Model F0114 5110 151 Mode-1 No.2107 No.405 No 407 0‐‐o‐‐ 0+ 0+ a‐o‐ @‐~‐ H 0‐‐ For12and10Sizes.IslModel No. 2332 0‐0‐0‐ F0112$112,711and3dModel No. 2333 0‐0‐0‐ For6Suzc,1stund2dModel No. 2334 0 + . ‐ F0105112 m103dModel No.1324 Fo1 18 5111171170 911111101121 No.1326 For 15S110 141 and 711 Modfll No.1323 o-=1> o‐w‐ F010 $110,121“) 3d.Sky11ght 3d.51h:o 711.911. M0111 No. 2414 Fov 16S1:e.1sland 2d Model No11327 ca» 000‐‐ F016 Sue, 1st and 2d. Skylight F011? 51.1211 and 36 Model No.1325 For 16 Sue 311511110 71n,91r\ Model No. 1328 0151‐‐ ( m gLeverSeL.) .No.043,74, 1411), 146, 15:1. .161,15“185. . 161.246, 411513211245. .157,155,135. $7,111,210. \ ' o , 21. 2:1. 30.31. mncefiltiumé 1011. ND. 275. 1111. \ o . 1112 . \ 0 2 0 . x 1 , 3 8 , 5 3 , 711, so. 1 “ 163. . land. or Set.) " I n 98. 1-e1ry. Rper. Aver,under 11, 0 111311, A r g o , Admnce, 1... No. Nn. 31“. M i s s , 201, 317. 326. No.3051 N 1 )3 0 0 . N02200, 202, 312 No.2111, 223, 313. £13221. 1104101502,510,314. 110.303301,311,316. No.280.21§9,2%.3‘l6. No.2fl&3l8,820,323‐ 110.310.1121. (“label'‐ Wheeler. O v e r ‐ \'0 Ulnar 31:25. 11. 9101211.11. 55,6651,7587,811 )' II \'Ind)1fl§5 c ,111, 112, 109. No.210,212,220,257. 0. 247. 110.6, 7, 96, W. 171‐ 1 Raymond.FMher T1me,(0.F.1’un11. Set.) 77,11011M. 1-0.71. No. 211, 213, 221, m, m. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. HANDS,HOURANDh/IINU'I‘E, CON’PINUED. @__0 (9‐‐ @_ For 15 Sue, F010 51:11 15110 3d Model No.1812 0-123‐‐ Wot‐‐ 0060-‐ cum‐‐ mega‐‐ W 1!11nymondFatherI s “34,11" Overland. 121.131.1158. 17 118,11‘.7|32. No.207,21138251, 251.2 No. 216,21 26“ ”5°31 3.~. N o . 2.50. Raymond,Father T1|1|e(0.1~‘,.Lever Seb- ). 150 151, 252, Overland (0.1‘., Lfaver Set-0,205, \'o. 1110. 50.191, 1117. ND3.86,L’U'J,216,£84. . ( u . L e w r SeL),214. \e1'lu1!4. ( U - 1 " LeverSec.1.2:19] Raymond 114m. 0.1-‘.,Lever5e'..), 210. 97 1.111,» 111,411 10. 1 1’011d189t7, Time(Ht . , e \ 11“. 2Club-ennui;Lev‐ erSet) (“162 s T m l o r .614er1nnd £0.1a1'enu.SeL). wt112411”. m m !(o 1..1‘e|11.|. Sat.). H, 75. 123, 124,147.14&2791 ' No.1511.241,242. 000»‐ 090-‐ For 0 Size. 15110 3d Model F010 5110.15110 311. $1,111.11: No. 2149 09-‐ coo‐‐ For l 0 - 0 Size, 151 Model CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN 2,116. 12 No 155 w \e ms.(11tg. 1.e0» rSeL.),1:74. (. Gal] Borden.Dex‐ an“S,n,21,12, 23, 210,511,117. 51\'0.45,64,65, 50 94, 95,101. 7:21'1'2‘152'1g1n (o .1‘. 121-711.Sen), 2511.' 3 For 12 $1,411.70 and 3d Mode-J No.1329 0-8‐ ‘ Dewrinhon 0! Movement Model ‘ A‘ A | | Free». ooh | 71m; Dar. 5 m| 5 Dar. l .I I s l 1.2 11111 .. Isl, 2d fit, ll,Ulh.7lh Isl.to 3d,51h,7”).on: , .1o 110 II I1 I s l In 3 d , 5 1 h to 1111. M ) : Isl. l2 I s l I D 311 Is; , No. 413 ‐ 0 ‐ ' For16,14,12and10Sim ; 140.429 N o , 4 0 8 -‐o‐‐ F011aand1752m No.1815 Fov l? S ' No.430 ._o_ 7m 135.2..- ‘ ‘ 701165115 No.428 ' No. 2109 ._0_ _o__. oo‐ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH C0. H A NDS, SECOND. For 7?51m F016 Sl'c For 6 5110 No. 431 2 No.1833 ' No. 2149 "‐‘oo-‐'=w‐ Fm 0 Sue For 0 51m , For 0 Sue No.2415 3 No. 2417 ‘ No.2419 ‐®o‐‐ ‘ -Oo-‐ 4m._ Fov13Sue For|6 Sue Fol1251141 No. 2420 For 1o-o Sin No.2419 oo‐ For65er No.2621 o.‐ 0‐ Fov 0 Slw For I6 51:1; For lO-O Sim To ascertainGrndcof Movemenncpnssnlt Isuzx. In ordering Ilnlerlul,glvc CululogueNumberandClass.or Number or Movemvm [ o r 11hlch same ls rcqulrcd‘ Orders for lg»- llmn one-fourth dozen will becharged m single place 11rlce. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. Descviption H 51:13 Modal Dcscnplion 3“ PL,Open Face,l'c11d,Seu.. Exposed\V. \\'b. -','{ PL.llumlng,Lover sun.11:11onW.“111. x l’I.,OpenFace,LeverSew,p r o w d W. “1h. PullPL, Hullling,Key But. FullPL,"unnumbever sall- FullPL,OpenFnce,Pen-11m;Seth 95h 1m,Inurchnngcnble,I’nndxunSen. In PL.Ilnntlng.Roy5 m . I- ll I’l.OpenFace.LeverSets.‘ 5 ”a Open Face.Loversow.imposed W. Wk. z“I'I..Iluntlnrz,Lever sew. ExposedW. W h , 1-‘11111’ ' Sage. FullI' ..Ilnmlng.Lentbe". 1» 21! 3d m m II 24 m at?! m PL,Ill-flung,Keysm. 5!PL.Iluntlng.Pena.Salt“ mixes“!W. Wh. I’I.,Inumllsn Ie.Lever Sen. PL,IluntIng. Sen. Iunung,I'endmtseu‐ gunnrg, 13nd.“SestetiL’BEpoud Y? “If... en 11 cu . xpofied . x PL:051mFug.I’ond.seu..Exposedw. w». g‘{I F .. Open 8. X P g?H" . x rm,"and pond 1th GUI P 0 F .I’end.Sew, M W .Wh‐ C111~ 11102110 No. 432 43'.’ 4.11 435 1563 15“ 441 1&‘3 41'.‘ 440 Descnpnon cl Movement Model 151.10 5111. 7111 151105111 21110 5111. 7111 (5111 $111. 11111 241 lxl '.’d 151 0111 7111 9111 6111 711. 211.11d (111111311 .\11'k01 0111111 Gilded .\lwl (.‘nlnl .\111-l (mlll .\11'141 4 Wheeler Over‐ land(11: Ler‐ er Sen? 11111, F.0rry (remon, 16,17 511,57ca 111, (12wa1.5, 1311, 111 144,278. " 1 No. 219. No. 208,215, 218,262, 235. No.250. 1m)'n1ond\Fnthor Tum-(0l-.1 0 1 “ 5151.12.7111311111, 21.2, OI:erlnng 53.1M?5: , m 2 ~ No.2:1'..1.7 21:1.211. N11. £107. .101 \u.30\1 10.1 \ 0 . 287, 5 0gden,1-lrwe11, 1-'Mar},Advance , Elitetnazeh5.,la, 1h¥mondh(X P L ,11,10 14113201 321011 {L 671074.ST, ' 51 . or O. F. No.1546, 2330 Hm. No.435,1563 1H1g 010. F No. 1547. 2331 mg, No 440 441 H1; 0 1 0 F. ng. or O. F. 55,116.1115,73.1317811 10'2, 1'11, 11'2, 1119: m, z» ever e 7113. No .190. 08517.169,” h o0:.87; 1061 N o . 193, m. No. 192. ’ LoverBM.-), 110.21072,12,220,7.57. N o . 1111, 215, 221. 331 111 No 321 UQN 116 No. 630.6,1,0G,97,111. 7 luymond.Fnher Tlme,(o.F. Pend. B6. 7 Set. 160,134. . ) 111 No.3 7, 1111, 7.70, No. 243. L w d ' E l g l n (O. F . .\'o 12. MNO.22'7,2 Verlms, ( 0 . 1-., 1.01er Set.1.21. V e r l ( 1 ) . R , Lemr 2.39 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH INDEXES. To ascerunnGradeof Movement.consult lxmzx. 111ordering .\1111e1111l.g1\-1: Culmoglm .\11111bux111dt;1.’l~.>,1)r Number of Moremem for which 511111015. reqmred. Orders for less than one-fourth dozen will be charged 111. single piece 111101: CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN 1. 1' Raymond.Fuiher T11ne.(H 2 Cu1v,er(HtgLev‐ erSeth 01, f... S Tnylor,0ver1nnd, (1111:-Leversn.) ' 211.31,38.55.79,“ 133.11".Overland, 126517511115“.), Wheeler, O v e r ‐ 111111140l'..1’011d. \et.), 14. 75, 121, 124,147“3.271 No.23,71, 115,1111 ”(L-227 2"? Aver ',Lender 11, 11.1 ,1.1,1r.1,56. \o.101,103 No.1m’.110. .\‘o.1011 105,13, .101 19 T. .201..211-7,215,u1 "0 , 97J 1.5.1)- 1-.IL'III ( 0 . . 1 1711.11. Set-1. 131513021112: 195. 11 (111m, ‘ 114,274. \'0 V0.151,16”1857. 150. .\'0. 1301. 246. .\_o.1602M, No.1" 95,1111. No. 122,176. N 1521 110.109. 110, 11:1, 1 \ ' u 2511. 129.1941173. 971. N15. zen-117,253,251, 102 240 171.111.sea),m. ' cn. > ; nlonue I No i 1360 I1.7.63, I Pv-cn np‘dcn oi Met-omen! I Settings __‐-I __ 1360 l t-i'. ii",99 ' ' . . ,' i'i. ' Slit.91h " " lst.'.'d iiosyRuby Cold i 6th.7th'mil i'uieRuby Comp., 2d.3d "IuI t to . . . ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. JEWELS,CAP,ARIBOR,PALLET, LOWER. Price I Deuvtntionoi Movement ,,. ._____. , Ktnd ' Diameter | i_‘’ Class JEVVELS, CAP, ART-301Q, PALLET, or Do!- Sttc Settings Prue . . Pvt Do: .' . Kind i .I‘ Diameter , Price [Fioce’Pevoot I Detenpnon oi Movemsnl M o d e l Setting; i ' : m ' e r I erDvx I Site '. Model | Is '1-2m. 2dto5th.7th i'aicRuby Comp! .us i"um. sui " “ .uo i I n i s ' . 2 d I n 5 t h . 7 ! i t 5.00I" ,,i. Nth.9th G o l d . i i G i 7 o n i t } , 5.00 I “ 7.00 ,12' Emit) I " “ i n t . i d , t i t h . 7 t h iitb Qtihid ‘\VELS,CAP,PINION,ESCAPE, L0\\'ER. S i m : K i n d ThemethodorjeweiinttourmovementsenablesyoutoreplaceaJewelandRETAINTill us:"rtxmgluxz" As n n o n z o n a c c o u n t o r t h e s h o u l d e r s o n t h e s e t t i n g s b e i n g c u t t h e same l e n g t h t o r b o t h u p p e r a n d l o w e r j e w e l s . t h o vnritttion In lengthor pivotsbeingtaken up in thedepth of recess cut in the top ieces. All Jewels in settings suppliedthe trade arethus"shouldered."and the pricesquotedareforuntinishc settings. those that havenot been cupped and iished. except cu? Jewels. which are always sent finished. Should tintshed settings be requiredanextrac ("gowillbemade0 onedollarperdozenforcomposition,andtwodollarsforgold. Allorderswillbetilledwithflator flushsettings.unlessit it statedthatraisedsettingsarewanted.theprices being the some. Undertheheading"Settings."thelargestdiameterorsettingisgivenin thousandthspartofaninch. Unlessrtxtnuznsetting:arementioneduxrunsnznwillhesent. sun,9m " " I .uu tst,2d RosyRuin Gold mo " I " 16 | " I 12 '.'t.. " " on 0th.7th.9th i’uieRuby Comp.I 1396 ,l"i. '.’dto5th.7th i’nleRub) Comp. Kind R033 R u b y " -" (ilnmp Red R u b y “ “ imwt'Rub)" " " RedRuby, " “ itusyltuby’ " 211 to fitb. 7th 81h.9!h " " J!“ Rosy Ruby 1 Red Buby Ros ' Rub Rot? Hub); Rosy Ruby Gold .Ilti Settings Diameter I I 57m_60 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. JEVVELS,CAP,S’l‘AFF,BALANCE. LO\\’ER. Class .100l0|HI (0114 . 1461048 ,, “£31056. Puce 1Pmce IchDoz. “l L‘ Descvlmlon 0! Movement Model . '. . l s l l O SULTIII ~~1. um " " Sulllngs Dmml‘lev JE\N7ELS, CAP, S’l‘AlTF‘, 13ALANOE. Ul-‘PER. l Puce . Piece ‘ Per Do: ‘ Dexupuonol Movemen: Model i410mu,Tlll 61h Slh Sill). 91h |h,‘."lh i.~rmcm Gib. I l l ) 15! Klfld iunwRum-l Gnld 524mm, Dmmclcv Allorderswillbefilledwnhlint.orflushsellings.unlessitisslutcdthat.ruinedsailingsnrcwanted,me prices being [ b e same. saw] Model 24 ls:and24] 3d 1 Description lulll'i Hunting.Key Stu. Hunting.Lm er Sen. pe F . enduntSen. lervhnnxcflble. Pendant. S o n . H S i m Modal Description X N. OpenFacePondSet FxponedW. \\ h. l‘l..“llnllngflAvelSell. xponml\\'. '\\'h; Orders for lessthan one-fourth dozen will be charged at. single piece price. U n l e s s F I N I S H E D s e t t i n g s a r e m e n t i o n e d l m r m l s l m n w i l l b e sem. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. 1.Open F m .Lever Sen. K e ygs"; Opeln knee. LeverSeu... Expo“!!! w. \\'h. .Ex 0501] “X \\'h. L .p r o b e d\\’. \\'l|. i: H 1 ” .uunlinwLewrSeu... Exposed“. \\'.h l‐ull ll..lunu‘ng.Key Belt. FuliP..Bum( !n g . LmerSett. xPL,lnterchnnvenue.Law-r Ben. unling.Key Sen. z...llunl.lngLewr Sen. X l’ i.. Hunting. .,lluntlng,PendantSett‐ ' l . . .l i u n u n g . l ’ o n d n n l B e l t . AverBelt. g! M, (SweepSecond. Levar Sect. gunning.I'm-mlBelt.Exposedw. wn. i’ Pl pen Face.PendantSen. Open Fuse.l’eml.San.Fmpowdw.\\ h. xPl.,uumlng,l'end.Sew,ExposedW.Wh. _______"‐__‐___‐___‐__-‐‐‐‐_-‐‐‐._‐ Nil,Oil) m, 2a N to7m Gill, Till. mu Isl l ~ l In 2'ch 2d.3d 14 l \ l . 24! l>l lo 311 lsl. liosyRuln ‘ 1m.- um... Lulillh. mu» R m . ) l'amp.‘ no lsllo3d Isl. Comp. .. [’fil l.untlnmx I 1 " Comlx‘ 1‐ Gold .Rosy Rub)" .l’uluRuby Com]. Rom‘ Rum-k .l16 .l IG Dill home .Ufld .llG Dunn: l'.lll¢1{l“)) " ‘Rmy Ruin “ ‘l’nic Ruhy ‘Red Rub,” Gold “5d. 3d is! .‐ Comp. lsl. (0 3d 2d. 3d lsL lslh’ld 1l’alc Ruby Rosy Rub)" Gold Comp. Pnlc Ruhy G o l d Ros Rub) " RcayRuby . Gold 15110341 l‘nle Ruby 151. Resy Ruby Gold l’ulc Ruby Comp. 4 ’.l,0penFlute.LemrSet .prused \\. \\ h. PL.Openl-”u: Pond sou...Exposeuw \\'h. Kynd Comp, .M.__ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH C o , 55 JEVVELS, HOLE, AIQBOR,BARREL 1 LOVVE R. ‐‐“‘_fifi__ H I . I- | I Puco . Doxnplmn 01Movement I ! . I Selling; I Kind blur-mu 0.00Hi{iH. sw I! " 1mm1“ " " Snpphlrc " .HO M10II)" " PaleRuby" .000 Pvt-“CD PorDczI Sue I Mod l 1. JEVVBLS, HOLE ARBOR 13A1?1\EL, UPI’ER. J E V V E L S . H O L E , A R B O I ? S ' V V E EI : 1 3 S E C O N D UPPER. l'nder1lwhvmlinu"Srvlllll;~,"thvlug-Millumclcrufmulngii glvcnInlhousundlhspartof1111Inch. _.__,- . I i l'llllihiruxnumns-elllng II'C nwnllnncd I Tun-111121» 111.1In;sunl. CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN 1 RaymondhtherI s Taylnr.Overland. I29 311.101.1113. Thnculrlx‘111.Y.l’end.>el.), IJ') “1.1061“ I c h u ) 5.1' 11x...1111. 105, m, “healer Ovcr- I 1:51119.1141.19:1. 255. MINo.170. 119.101.1s. 2Culver.(|llg6L u - 163. l ‘I belch}? 01:0“- [I’ll. V- If ”(E{IT-It‘ll“. err ysnwll, 15,166 57.63.31. ., 105,126. 111111141).l-'.. l c m l . 32. \ 0 . 1.3.1. 213. _ 5: arson 6'.’. 31T‘fi'lordve'rlnml. 1m laverfiel; m..u 3.56,11.50. L ) . 41.75 11.1, 11 ll..il|lz:9 u 59 .\'o...s. co a 4 ”151,11 I:_1. M '1 151,152,115. o. 161.m 0.163 211,215. 0. 157,158, 156. Ix; Va 156.241.21". 99Verluu. (um. 5! LflerSet.1,51. 11:m , z 1 m,1“ \ ' ‐ oJen, Furwell u r g e , A d v Anti. Chlel‘ A . ' '" 413,71. 4 mg .\' .11.25.80SI. rfnnm 11111510. Ludyd[12121112913 156 M . 2 ' 3 . " " . .1. Overland ( 0 . F.. luwmondb'e1x9l‘l. 410I. 01.0.Lever' ). SIS‐ M 3:0.211', m, 221, T|111e,(0.P.l’oml. m . ) 11,111. m, M. - No.15, ,as. 95No.111. u L m l y E l Pond. maximum n(o._1-'. 111 sumac. 14,11». " .\0.37.41.LJB. 1: .\'o.s1.9.1.u6.95,111. g 110.259. I n ; mom].Father wmd LeverSea),255, er s; is,u. ' V.’ No.2“.112,119,157“ll‘: 0. w No.24. 10.911141.3195". Sce I 11PI, l " ’ I " I 5 .. . Model mu 2d. 311 “ .. Selbnzl Dnamslu I K i n d 'l he methodor jmu-llny: our 1110“.m1-Ills0113111. on 10replace a .lcucl and " r u m 7111: sum: “MVDSIMKB” as I 1111111111onaccountof lhcshoulder.»onthe.\L’llllluibclngcm.lhumun:lcnfllhfor holl-u|r|n:rand1011cr j c “015.mu 111111leon I" lengthor phol‘helm:takenup In linedepthor races-wcm.In thetop ncccs. All.lenclsin wellnus . .~|1|1|1Il1-.dlhclmdcamlhus 11011111ch11." a n d l h c nr , 11110 urc for unflnlshe scllln'Vs. these that h m c n o t In-cn cum-ml 11nd poll~|1cd. cvnl 1up .lm‘clw. “ h u h a .1111 15 sun! llnlshed, should finished wulngs be | rmmlrud1111exlmchargewillbemadeoronedollurper(10' forcomposition.andtwodollars101gold 1 .\IIon]1's11'1Illwllllud11111111111orll11>hselling».unlmsll Ii. edthan.raisedsculngsarewarned.lhuprices I hum;lhcM m e , I WILndy E l g l n ( 0 . l-‘,l’end. sag). 10'2."" ‘ 2' ' 6 .\'o‘s 7.9;In 171. 7Raymond.Father 0,011.615Nommmfl. so,71. In; 5 0 m m911.315. 1:17.91 1111. 53 .\'o.122.In 61. 5' ‐ 6:1 {. 105315215961 81h 2d. 3d SapphlreComp .7 PnlcRub) .I40 IIt ' I Kmd IRosdvRulwIGeld | Red R u b y | " |RosylluhyI “ I .. I .002 I 1..1 I c Kup'flonn!Mcw'm.\- SueI M o d e l ' 1 Dmmeler I Pale Ruby | Comp. 10 a Pl. 111) “" " Game!I"I.126I l .150 .Ivl0 .lle ! .126 ELGIN NATIONAL,VVATCH Co. JEVVELS, I‐IOLE, AIQBOR, PALLJE’l LOWER. ] Price Descriphon 04 Movement I IPiccn}PevDoz.l 5m. M o m I K m d I ,,,,, , Selhngs I DIameiev '.l‘l 1 mmmhmm 1rule1mm <‘man .uo 3., I 3,71010. ' 9,10,61!004.103101(B 31033. 3.“ [0 40 . 107 lo 110 “ Guruul ‘ “ I Isl to 5111 " " 01h " " fllb I‘nIv Rub} Fill. 91h " ‘ ‘ ( “ I L 71h, 91h ‘ NI(0TH] (”IN 51h 107le " ‘ m. I ~ I ~ I~I,2d I (mm N 2thum.m. 1mm. 61h. 7m 14.2«1 " “ l’uln Rum (nu-m»! 1'qu Hub) Gurnfl I'nlv Rub} (inrnvl l’nh- Rub) ‘ Unmet. 2d “ I4 (0 3d I'nlv RuIn " (mrmn N mun 1mm “Eb ‘ “ " (iurmlI JE\VELS,HOLE,ARBOR,PALLET, U PPER. 31,3316 . 93toils. 107m no ._ 17,1020,221031,331 4; 1 Pale Ruby ” " “ Garnet “ " " Flue! C o m p . " “ “ U n s e ! . ’.73.7r~11illlu:llllv'd111th11111or 1111stsdllilllh'.unlessll ls“1111111111111rulscdselllngsarcwanted.theprlccs [winglllvwin-z. l ' n d v r l l n : b e n d i n g “ S c l l l n g s , ” l l m l a r g e s t l l l n l n c l c r o r s e l l i n g l ~ g l v e n l n t h o u s a n d l l l s p u r l . 011111 l n c h . Unlvsir:\'1.~'111:nwulllnwurcmcnllonudcsnxmurznwlllbe sent. Taylor.( h e r l n n d lice 51 .\'o.121131.168. 55N o . 1 ' 500, 66 ll) lggléklglilu, so 97 Lluly l e l n ( 0 . '.l'elldSet"). CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN sumac j ' ' I 11:1 10 fi l l ) . o1 l ., 01h. 71h . 91h 0111.71I1 N. " " 211.31! 1sl, 211 3d I»! “ lsl 2d " 1. 1l’nle Ruby 2d | la! 111311 " I~l " Gnrncl " l’nle Rnln, 11.1r1111 l’ulc Rub; " 011m e ! " n . Pnlc Ruby 1 (vnrlnl l|’ulcHuh) 1 unr'nul l'ulc Ruby Harm-l ‘ l’ulc “Illlyl | Uul’nvl l ‘J 13,2;1031,33m. 33to 40.9-3 to 95, m: to 20, 21, 23, 26, 31 41, . ELGIN NATIONAL W A T C H Co. JEVVELS,HOLE,PINION,ESCAPE, UPPER. Mapper] .c}1piytitl Slh Sth.0(h 6th. 7th.5‘|th I s l , L’d ‘ 0th. 7th 91h ht.3x1[013th thl. 71h 1>tt01ltl,5vh l~L l t m t ltulvvl 1mm I‘stll- Itnlnt rump . ltmt llllh}l ( m m I’aln- HUD} “ llt‘nny ltnln (filltl[\.; ll’nle‘ltnln “ “ ‘ (Jurnct " l “ I In Pvice Plecc ‘ Pet Dozw ‘ ‘ Descnotlon 01Movement Senmgs Model } Kmd Dmrrvlel ls! [0 5111.7th l“thy Rllht‘ Hull] 1 .110 Themethodof jewelin:ourmm'ementxenahl'youto replaceuJewelmnlnrz'mmT”): cnu:" r;,\n.~n.tt.lt AS nm‘nm:onuecuuntorthe houldenonthesettln- beingcutthesamelengthforhotnupperandlulu:_i(‘\\t'lw.the \ ' u r l n t i 0 n ln l e n g t h of p l t ‘ o t : ~ b e i n g t a k e n up In t h e d e p t h of r a c e . » c u t in t h e [0])J)IL‘CL‘\. . \ l ] J o t w h ln M ' l l l l l g s snpplled the trade are thus “shouldered," and the prlct:s quoted are for unllnlshc w t l l n g s , than: that have not been cu lped and pollshed, except Cup Jewels. which are nlwn)s sent llnlshcd. Shnnltl llnlxhctl acltlngs be requlre an extra charge will be made of one dollar per dozen { o r composltlou. und two dollar: for gold. All orders u'lll be filled wlth flat or flush settings, unless lt ls stated that rnlxctl seltingg arc wuntutl, tln: prlces helm; the same. S i m Model In Description ‘ FullPL,Hunting,KeySett- Full1;1.,lluntlng,chersen. Full1L,Openknee,l’nndnncSeth. Dcscnptton Under the headlng “Settlngs.” the large“ diameter or settlng laglvcn |n tllousandtlu part or an Inch. Orders for less than oneJourth dozen \\'lll be charged at Single plcce prlce. L'nless F I N I S H E D setllngs ure nlenlloned n x n x l s n u n \\‘lll be s e n t , Pl lnwmhnngenble. Pendant. Sen. I- ll 1’l.Openl-mce Defersen. PL,Openl-‘ucc.Lover bow,lgxlloscd \V-WE PL, Hunting, Key Sect. PL,Huntlng,KeySen~ PL,Hunting,Pond.Sew. ExposedW. W11‐ PL,OpenFace,Pond.Sent. prOsedW. Wh‐ 1,1 numtng,KeySun. ' x P] Open huts.LeverSet igxl..Hunting.Mvprbelt... 1-nm. nunung.keysetL FullPL,Hunting. Leversett. XPl. Interchangeable:Lever Sew. 2d - M 1 lunllng,Lewersclt. weep Second.Lover Sen. I§untlng,1’endnntHart. X PI 1 untlngJ’endnntScu. x P] Hunting, Pond,Seth.ExposedW- Wh‐ x 1’1 Open Face.Pena.SELL. Exposedw. wn. X Pl . O p e n Face, l’endJiow. E x p o s e d W-W h ‐ Open Puma]endpncSen. h i n t i n g , 1e n d . he"... E x p a n d W. W'h MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. ExposedW. Wn. xposedW. \\’h. l~l to Full Int 104th 15! to fun, 7th “ , “ lt'tnup. .12t5 “ 1 " .1|0 tll: Ruln ‘ “ JIG Garnet “ lstto51h “l" l'llwt 6111 lt’ump, .llml Rm)Huh) lump “ unrnvt ' 211,3(1 R u “ Huh} Hulll lat l " (‘ullltn all, an 1~ttnml $1,311 l n l l’ulv Hull)“ .. 1 Garnet " um; mm; “ nvt “ ,‘.'tl l-t ‘Zd. ztd lst toHtl ' ‘t'nem ltuxt lttllly t.l.|rl l “ ‘t‘nntp. l (illrllul " ‘ " l'nwl, Rm)ltnln (mlll r ‘ ‘‐ ‘ " ‘t'nnlp " Unmet “ 1\L . l'nwt ltmtltuln (mm l Harm-t t'ntnp,‘ l1 X PI. OpenFace.l’entl flett, ‘ 10:0(1\\'.\\'h. x PLIIluntlng,Le\‘cr laxptLetlw. \ Hunting. Lover Sen. I 17,IF ' Uhlfilm Isl,107”) Gaznel 1“ [n pl IO”0 , , 4, . 5th to 7th (uh.71h In " 15! In 3d 2.1. m1 . " I l’ulc Ruby ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. JEVVELS, HOLE,PINION,FOURTH, LO\VER. Description 0! Movement Seniul ‘ Pmcc‘PmDoz j Sue l i _ _ _ Kind i 31031,Ramiu,,' I .. ..I.120 Is!1051!) U u E J") Dismal" 25. l It‘l’l. I s l (053.311.7111 | l'nle Ruby C o m p’ Am II ' Ii 8h 7 " , I 105 v " I " _ll::\f\"l£l,b', I‐I()LE, PINION, FOUR’TH UPPER. mm. ; ' > m mulllimw nus (SI Prue IP-gcu PmDox Dostnpbon cl Movemvnl Model I s l lo 5UL 7111 I s ! ( 0 51h I~l(0 «III! In 10 51h, 71h I s l l g 5th Gl'h 831). m l ] Isl, 2d GU]. TH) 'I Settings Ailorderswillbefilledu'llhflu!orflushsettings.unlessItIsslatedum ralscdsculngswe wanted,theprlces belngthe sumo, Unlessvumunmsettlngsarementioneduxnxuuunwlllbesenl. I'nlc Ruby " ' . . I 1Ro~3v Ruh3 G o l d Isl.241.6“). 7th , “.nlcRuby C 61h 71h, mu 21]. 3d Isl. £031! 154 u Guano! Rosy Ruby Gum-n Copp. U nset Gold Comp. 3 Unmet Pale Rub3 ' ,' I‘alc Ruby ,? Gnmcl l‘nlc Ruby Gurnel }l‘nlc Ruby Game! | II‘nleRuby. l unmet Game! I Kim! I Dmmtm ,, 'l(r.7>3 Rub3.Gold 1 I 3('omp.| Gurucl I I. 1 v ( omp, " I'm-cl. l'RemIlulvy4aqua Red Ruh3 Rosy Ruby 00 met. " zImet R053Ruh3Comp. (lumcl 5 Roll Rub3 Gold ' IleayHRuby I " I Comp, Gnrncl Rosy Ruby " an‘ncl I " I use! Rosy lRubyLGold Guzncl Ros Ruby Gold Cat- ‘ aloguu 1 No. - Puce ‘ Place Peanz. $1110 Doscvipimn oi Mon-mom Model 33to 3513810 40 31 3310 35. 3 8 1 010 921000,107 10110. ' “ Gurlwt “ 69:50.73174.87.88 1g;101,111w i l l 108651165114 “ is! " Comp. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. JEWELS,I‐IOLE,PINION,THIRD, LO\\’ER, Pncc “ ‘PiecelperDoz 1Sue Dcscnphon 0! Movement Model . 1l’flluliuly) 1 harm-L Scmngs Dmmetev i'mnlr. “ “ , , 18 ‘ . , lsi 105111, Till “ 15! 10 511.1 .ll'3 .l‘.‘6 4111 ‘ . . m m 5111 m. 1 i i \ ) nlll Allorderswillbefilledwithiiulorflushsettings,unlessII.isslatedthatraisedsettingsarewanted, the prices being thesame, Undertheheading"Settings,"thelargestdiameterofsemngisgiveninthousandthspm of1mincim Unless rmxsnzn settings are mentioned ummxsusn w l i i be sent. " lsL [0411171h hi to $111,711) 1 Unmet " 0111 “1'AH} Slinmh ‘l’ulc Rnhy‘ “ ‘ 151,211 Rmykub 641111 l .11<1 151. m, cm 7111 1 m m 1111115 rump.’ ' 1 I‐IOLE,PINION,”l‘IilRD, Ul’leR. 61l1,7th,01h is! 1051h (Hh.7i|l 51h [0 T N ) l e i Isl [Qfill 3d. 311 “ ‘si l‘11|n~l{llln “ Gurnll 1 lsl.:3&l l‘ulvlmlu “ Gurnei 2d " i~l 101511 l’ulc Ruby " Hurnwi N mall-1mm “ Uurnrl l g t l o 3d, 5111 Isl 2d.3d " ‘ l ' n w l ; RonRub) ("0111 11 1m)1111115 (jolt i i o flRuby1 “ 2d.‘3d G a r n e t “ Ro. Ruby lsL “ 151, 2d " l s l 2d, 8d is! 103d “ R0. rncl Unsm Ruby Gold “ Comp, u Gurnev. Comp. I’fllv l i u b ) “ “ ‘ Uurnvv, l l ‘Rou1mm Dunn-in ‘ 1111 421; l .llG ‘ Jill .IlU ‘ Kmd ( 1 a m (‘011111 “ ‘ “ 61h ‘1‘ompr " Unwi1 lsl 105“! " “ [Tun-1 R i b , 9111 151,211, G1l1.Ttl1 (31h. Till Gill. Tlir 01h lsL‘ 13d i i i . lid 1001h H w y R u b y Hull Ruby " Res} Ruby " Guruct G o l d “ 001111». “ 01h,71h “ “ ” Garnet “ Umel Rosy Ruby Gold “ " " Comp. G a r n e t “ is! “ Unsci " Rosy Ruby Gold ‘114mm 90.N, m l' ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. JEWELS, HOLE, STAFF, BALANCE, L0\VERANDUPPER. l i n i i , iii In 05. umlo it'll . 12 m 1! ._, P0. Pricv I Description 01 Movemenl ’ Somngs iPiecv PorDor S i l t , Model Kind Dilmeler £0 Isltodfivihfllh PaleRuby Comp. i.. z1.... .:m 1 .|,I ,. , .l JEVVELS, I‐IOLE, S’1“AFF, CER'I‘EIQ, LO\\'ER. .| J loi|.9':lou5. . I . . 81h 81h, Dlh isl_._2d leuo'flh Gil), Thih, 9I|l l s !Ill.)3d 2d M is! 151. 2d lslload lsi 05,102,10710110. Ii_ | , Price : Descnphon oi Movemenx , | Setting; Cal- , niozm, C535; ;~ ~- ‘ ‐‐‐‐~‐ IPlecechvDorI Sm! i i m S 7m110w GIm 0 . |o¢i,10|.f .. ' . I is ‘i’.H, i ,. ’l,I Model 2d1051h,flh 81h.91h Gih. 71h 6 t h , 71h. 91h t i l l ) . 7111 lsl. 2d " I Kind | Drama!" I 32“.37,M,ii}: “ GihLTLh RedRuby 61h.71h,on: RosyRuby Isl. 2d i’nic Ruby " RowRuby Red Ruby Rosy Ruby : .=l33 " .|m " .|'.BG Com . .lld Goi Jot! " Juli Corn ). JN Gol .l'.."’ Col-1p. Jou Geld . Coglp. ’ Gold l. , Sapphire I Unsct " Comp .ns " " l ’ n l c R u b y “ " “ “ Unscl JEVV'ELS,HOLE,STAFF.CENTER, UPPER. Price I Piecv , Pu! 001. 35 50 Dcscvvphon of Movement Suo I Modal 18 Ii-‘.H. '.‘dto5th,7th RosyRuby Gold " h “ ! to ram, 71h : Cog“). 11:3 Allorderswillbefilledwithflatorflushsettings,unlessitisstatedum raisedsettingsarewanted,theprices being the same. Orders tor lessthun one-fourth dozen will bechnrged ni.single piece prlcg. Unlessrnuanznsettingsarementionedusnxuuz»willbemm. " Comp. Sapphire " i'ulc Ruby " 9; . 8th.0th " Gold .ll8 .. u “ Unscv. 2151 2151 Class 1104.7109.65.66....,...,. 5. 6.10.1]. 81 [004.10310106. f , t Piece ‘Pev Do..‘ s 10 .15 l Dcscvlplnon 0( Movement Model lxl[05111.71h 1511051111 (“11 8111 $111 9111 l~l, 2d l \ l , ‘211, 0111. 7th l~l 100111 (31h. TH], 91h 14,311, 51l1 1117117 1~1 31], X1] 141 10:17] L’ll. 311 |~l N. 111 1.1 1.1311 121 (Jamel 1111111 (111mm Ruhy 11111151 (17111101 1710102212310211030321031 371.039. 9311011107. 1013. . 1 Raymund,17.111" T1me,(H1 ' 04, 2 Culver,'<111gc1gv‐ Tnylor.0\'erland, ( o . F.1‘end.sat.), 70, 71.11 No. WT, 108. '.\'o. 1011, 1117. No. 704, 1115, $0,101. 1 1 \u .‘l“5,1"1' 1141141 501"), e r S e 3 Tu ' l o r(51-91-1111'111 111,731, 157. <1 11:.l.e1~erSe 1 90.33, 38,fl,79, 7 4 , 1.151, 146 No 109: 110, 11:1, 1:10, 17:7. 271. 2 0 7 , 2 1 7 , ‘ . ‘ 3 8 , 2 5 1 , "2111."l 218126“ 235.203" 6' 7 0.250. RaymondFather Thne(0.‘.1~L e w r $014,1001111,m, 200,270. r71. F .\'o. 100. 140.11m9.2001. , 9 1 7 01 No:187:m. m .\'o. 101. 1 ' Z ~ I . u' 103'19$,120 \'0. 37,41. 42, 45. No.34’ ‘. 39,40 V0.m' 39. Levorkm.1,214. 1) . . 117 111,270 0 en, Fame", s No.24.25.so,31. FrigateEslRubltlzi 101 ' . . . , l r gD,Ad\ance, Chief “10,6,0, 9 1 c 7 2 , , 1 1 1 1 9 , 63.06.0658,70.37. 109, 147,’ 142, 709, 221,221 . No.6,7, 90.97. 171. 7 Rn mondFn1l1er ms,(o.i-.Pend. m 113 115 ' S e L ),m7 1 .1.00. 1 0 0 , 7 3 1 . 5 N3 o 0.193 237. 1 a . Nolan, at 1“ 12 1 L 1. 1.11, 117.4143. 279. M. 751241212. No 51,112,111... 5 0D . . 1I 3 0 : 2 2 : 4 “ . 2 4 5 . \ ' o m‘. {0.162157, 7.53, 1 5 0 . ' 7 115so20' .. Aver Ladenll, 14,1 ,51,112 1.1. No. 2. 1: 49 11 l. 11 ' h '§' L as.” 1 1 vl ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. JEVVELS, PALLE’I‘ S'FONES, RIGHTORLEFT " l ‘ \ \ o ( l l fl ‘ e r e m Form~ofl’71llel.~l1me bce1111~ed.1 k i n g S l o n m 0711111111114" 11117111“. \I1~11111111 111111. 1111|1111, or "heNumberor \10\01110111 JEVVELS, ROLLER EVVEL lf’IN. Fnce . Doscummn 111 Mow'mcnl Clnss 11011011110010'110100 1 Pnecc Per Dar ‘ S-1.1 Modvl 1.1 17151111, 7[ 1 1 0111 031010'710148723 100. 101. 11110114 461048 491056. 5711100. Orders for lessthan one-founh dozen will becharged171single piece prlcc. CLASS OF MATERlAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN . . .~ 1141 112111 ‘ .. A! ,.,_ 1.711'111-1 14111 Nmphlrc ' 120V No.1117.21:1. 11.,174. 1 m, 135,139,102. 195, 1 n( 2: W i n d ” ) E, 2 9 . 0111 Borden.Dex‐ t e r 51,9 1 A 23, w 54. ' Overhaul (0. L m ~ e r S e t ) , 2 3 5 , ' 933. 240 3 1 0 ' . 14111. {1111 151, 211 h i , ill.0111, 7111 1.~1 1117111. 11111 111 2d, Rd 1.1 211, 311 (17111111 Supplnrc 111111101 Mlmxhlre (111r111-,1 . 9111, m, 29:1. Smmc, "72137381. s m m , 2011 2.112 No.2321”233,2')11,259. No 231215131200. Vernas (0. 1. . i '. , 1 l, 177 1.11111- 1.11111. ( 0 . My ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. LE\7ERS,CAM. 63 Descriptionoi Mmmeni Size Model 18 91 Pl. 01h Shel i! I! I! I! I! II I! 11 I1 ll ll! 16 10 1b Model | ______‐____.__.__ __ Hz.or0. F, . . Hiz.orO.F. mg.orO.F. No. 1927 ‘ Hug. or O F LEV'ERS, CLTJ’I‘Cl‐l. Open Face.i’endnmSeu- 2; PL.interchange-bio.Pendant sm- i-uli i‘l.Open Face Lever Beu- 12 5‘ PL,Open Face.flower8 0 l e PL,Hunting. Key Sen. I‘L,Hunting.Pend.Seth. Ex i’l..Open Face.Pena. M t , PL.“until-miteysou. l'i..Hunting. Lever so“. W. Wh. i,’ ’i..Hunting,usvcrSew. p m nW. “ h - 2d Id 2d tedW. Wk. posedW. W I ) . No. I ‘ l l No.1826 No.1440 No.1829 4a: £39 Hiz.n:0. F. Hiz.m0. F. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. Dvscviniion 7 ' D m n p i i o n X PL,OpenFace.l’end.Sett..ExpofedW. Wh. PL.Hunting,Lever Salt“ ExposedW. \\'h. PL,Open Pure.LeverSen,law-edW. Wk. l'l. Hunting,KeySen. Hunting.Key s-m. unung.uver sew 1 g, KeyBelt. 10 Hunting. anerSen. umhnn bio.Lever Sett- i-uiiPl Full l’ it PL, g PL.Hunting, varBeu- . l’l.,SweepSecond.Llwer we. ati'i.,Hunting.i’cndnnlsmt. i’l., Hunting.i’emlnntiieu. PL.Hunting. Pen-l.Se ape-ed,W. Wh.’ i’l.,Open Face.i’end.see , ExposedW. Win. PL.Openi-‘nco.i’nnd.sott~ExposedW.Wu. PL,spanF m .PendantBe". PL, tinting,Pond.m, hpondW.W. Piece Per Dot. @o@:=@o 125 J?» .lo 1.00 " " " n a! Movemqnl Model ;a.-m]: smmh "‘ l’ Gihhflb (flxg.l,ererSeL1 30 as,35,53.79,80 103. 124 117 115. 27a. 77,115,110 110,113, xo.207,211,218,251, Wheeler Over~ llnd. (11: .,bev‐ 5 1 - B e n . 111.1, l-erry. yerson. 151155570151, \ 0“2. 03,215,215252, A305.287, 296, 309 I 106 No 258. 291, 317. 826. 107 No.305. 10350300 102 110.2110. 292. 312. 110 N30:‘2111, 293, "5 No.256.280.fi75.325. H! No.n5315m,m i n 145.310.1121. 165,525,126, \ 3 1 2 1 . 3 533, . Vo.3.50 Raymond.Fun-er 111,275 Lugd'en, Fnrweil, l-lrgo,Al‘dvance, . 0 41 241321 .:u,3.5. so,31. T1me(0.i‐‘.1A3\er S e t ) 180,151,252 ' . Chlet,1\ e,6, 5, so . u. FrancesRuble. Lndy Elwin(Ke) m 9,10 121 15.10, A . 55.4165d,711,s1_ . 277. Owe (o.F., 233. “7.190. . BAymo'nd.Faber N o . 92, “1,121,135, 55,21,152, 35, N ' o 64,51. 24 . No.2lfl.212.m,257. “2 No No. 211. “3 No.3m171a. m.310.314. No. 211, 213. 221, 114 No.303301.311.315 103,1'11,’11'2.im,‘ 1~_ Jo. A0. 3, ' . ter No. 220, No.6. 7, N 97,171. “719111311 1 71707154.' ' ' \ , ., 1o5.°11a n 339. N o . 1 “ ) , 129. 130.173:271. “... 1: 535,113175. 268 No.345. L a d y E l g l n ( 0 . E , Penn. son). 350. ELG1N NATIONAL WATCH CO. L E \ 7 E R S , S E T T I NG. 78. 79. 8... 88. 8-7. F6, l i b . H4 98 ' Thefirst 18SizeStemW1ndMm ememsusedSettingLe\er\0.26 ‘icmniogue No. $3and No.125 are made both H a11leSizc.nnd No.mnnd.\'o.11|(11111119 Si7e,|i1t~roiore it is necessar: lo Specify 11105115, in addition 10Cumiogue \ u m b e r and (11115); 11nd 111105 p o s i l h c 11s [0 51m. give Vumbetoi iiimemem. lmymond.FMher Tnyiqr.Overland, 1 1117,m 511\'0I121.I“.165 .191.197. m,zm,-z16,u1, 1 2111. ILud)Firm (0. Time,1H:2§-.i.e\'v er5e5.1,1r.59.70, 119,101 1 5 1 (U Pen¢SeL), i ’ c 1 1 d . s e t A0. 270. Verium ) . Culver ( n gLev- arSel. 01.03. Tnvlor.6ve'r11ind, O v e r . land.( 0 .1-'.Pen11. Set1,44.75.151, \o 243. (HUI-1 LoverSet),274. 6165 111m”, 135,133. 152: 1 9 5 . CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN [film. 30 50.106: 150. 55 31 No. 101 105,1u, 66 Wind). 23.29. G n u Bordan,Dex- Lever saunas, l l ] 130.3321. Pnce i Dr‘scnnhon oi Movemem . P1ece PevDoz i s.c 1 i Modtl 21110 1111 cm Nh 91h 131i1 71h cm 100 2111) 131) 1.51) ‘ 4 (111 3111) ‘ 1-‘. 111, No.1442 No.1834 A. No. 1753 ‘ No. 1725 le.!__ . th, No.1445 N o . 1832 is? i War 1 Mix,ofo.F. Hm.mo r, No.1444 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. LEVERS,SETTING. Hz. or O. F. Orders for less than onc~rounh dozen will becharged 1" slngle pieceprice. 4 No. 99 To ascertainGradeof Movcmcnl.consult lsozx. in ordering malarial,give CnlniogueNumberandClass,or Number of Movcmcm [ o r which same is required. S i n Model 1! last 15 ll 5m ll II ll ll 11 17 ad 16 10 10 10 10 uh I FullPl I Description llunllng,Kay Sen. null-lg.Leversen. pen Pace.Pendant.Sen. Description V yum" urchnngcnble.Pendantsell. ll Id M ld PL.Open Face.Pend.Sow.Exposedw. \\'h. Pl..Hunting.bowerSen“Expo-seaw. \\'h. PL,Open Flee.uvcrSen-"upoud w. Wk. PL,Hunting.Keysen. PL,Hunung.KeyBen. PL.Hunting.Penn.set!“ tannedW. Wk. PL,OpenFace.l-‘eml.Salt, M ‘ V .“11. PL.Bunting.KeySell. K II Pl.Open Fm Le Sell. 13 Open Face faeverset!" Erma!W. Wh. favorSalt, ExposedW. “11. . ' ‘ . 10 M n. PL.Huntlng. Lover Set:‐ PL.Huntlng. Pendnntsent. PL,Hunting.Pendantsent. PL.Hunllnn'.Pond.M L .Expo-«lW. W». PL.OponPm.Pond.mu.Expandw. wn. PL.OpenFace.Pond.M L .ExposedW. Wk. PL.Hunting. Aversen. PL.sweepmend.Lever Bati- PL.OpenFm.PendantSon. | x PL,Busing,land.sea.ExposedW. W. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. Hit. No.|743 Cat- ‘ nlogue “ 0 5 “ . 4‘3.43A H. 45 4610 4S , FQIOQIJKL...,A. 70luTH,z~'Olo 7mm A, _ ,, , A ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH C04 N U T S , C E N ’ l ‘ E R P I NI O No.155l,2343 No.587,|447 No.1837 m dam; 5h {1.010, F. HXz.orO.F, Description throrO.F. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. ml.orO,F, w” NH PL,Hunting.KeySew. FullPL,Hunting,Leversen. PullPL,OpenFace.PendantSen. ' PL Interchangeable,Pendant Sate. PL,OpenFace.Pend.5m posedw. wn. n in.Open Face,Lever Sew X PL,Open Face LeverSou. Exposed w. \\'h. 5;PL.Hunnu , ver Se"... Expo-enw. wn Clnss ' 1,00 100 , 1 m 1.00 07 Movement Model 14101111 NUTS, CENTEIQ \\7I*IEEL. , chn , PmDo: 4 Sm: \ Modal No.1835 @ IA H'g. ov O. F. u l l PL, H u n t n g , K e y S e t t . FullPL,Hunllng. LeverSen. X PL,lnwmhnn me.LeverSelf. X PL,Hunting, ver S e w x PL,SweepSecond.Lever Sett‐ “KPL.O p e n Face, Pendant Sect. x PL,Hunting,Pend.Seth,Exposed\\'.Wh. 10.0 gPL,Hunting, Lever Sate. PL,Hunting.PendantSeth PL,Hunting,l’endnntSett. PL,Hunting, Pond.Sen ExposedW. Wh‐ Size Model I Description Place . ‘ ( Pct Dot ‘ Ala \ I3“ .1n 1 I (Hi Jo .7'y \ 1s 1,m| mhsun 1 ,x mm511mm '. 611) ‘scuphan 01 anmt-M (I " 134] 3d mu 81h, 91h 1.x ‘Jd Glh. 71h (3111, 7111, m l ) 211,3(1 2d lst |o 3d PL.Hunting,LeverSets 5;PL,Openl-nce.Leverser'u xposeuw. wn. X PL,Hunting,KeySew X PL,Hunting. Key Bett. PL, Hunting,l’end. Seth. Ex used \\'. Wh‐ PL,Open Facedl’ondd sew. xposcd W. Wh. PL. B u n t i n g , K e y S e t t , ,Open Fncn,Pond.Be Exponcl]\V. “' I. PL,OpenFace,Pond.se ,Exponedw. “1.1. Gilli! Gm Géid (25151 ‘ dorm £5 (55111 No.1550,2342 I (med \V. \\'II. l | Tn n~c--r1:1:n Grad.» of Movement. com-111 I s m s . In ordering Mulerinl, glvc Catalogue Number and Class, or 5 Xumhvr or .\lu\cmcul for which 511111.- ls required. When 11l'nIlul l<11unmd for n panicnlur Movement. In order to pm. 11wall matched,send the EscapeWheel. 9133531 ".I ' 315.6! so Wheeler. Over. u‘m 229. 591211111an 1113:1.3,“ . .7.., \' Ogden. Fnrwell. Famoflhlmnce, (‘Met,Age.6 R, 5 l 49 Pruy ' 01erlnml (0.1‐ Lever S n ) . 51:11, M1I}. ufiffikg'” . en. ‐ . 55166 .1v‘."1.. ,, Dex wm..61m7’.u. m17,1. "59' 155",n5s1.g,z1,z.. 15. 595 {5 1151. s i o n toi1c.:.15110.314s. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. PALLETS,VVI’THSTONESFITTED. Ordvrs for I f “ 111.111one-fourth don-n will be charged111 xlnglc piece price. CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN Trun-1'11 c h e l .1, 6”, . s T. lorl.Overland,no .1o,1os. y. Pm sum, 550 ' o. ' 7a.'166 1 . ' .\‘o.191.1311“. . No lw'. MM .\'o.117115.1191:12. 311. 1 91LadyElmn(o. 2cm1:w-Ir".111I”-be. 9‘1h'11'|°1)r'p._.|qve1.' sz ' 1.5.0. 7l,‘ ' 1111-111“; o1f’a- ‘ £3314“ 1) l , ”125.1 . ~ - "1. 166. 0.275. 1113' 7 Raymond Fn'ther 111ne,(o,i?.1’en11.s o §o.w1mm 110.72,iu,l31,l.§, 53617"7' no.no, £8131“ 5.1 in:45.M1651 No.12-1,1111. 1 No. mar;-Lander l l , \ o. 219. in.208,215,2ll,262, 111.1,‘,.6152,6é a a. .n. '. M°-' ' a 52.3?“ , as . _ 31-450. 69In: mundJ-‘nther . 1 13°“ ' 111mm1-.1.avu SeL).l “1,22‐ flu. “33:17. _ . N u . m,217,z1s.%1, m. 3 016. 3 11 .”9. 3. m 1 $11,311. 291. 291, 317 MG. Price | Pm:‘PevDoz.| 5110 1 Dew 'n0!Movement Model | I “ T w o l l i fl u n f n t t o m “ 0 1 P u n c h 1111111 h u - n 115011 I n t h e w f ' l 1 1 - ~ c < , 1 l 1 c d m c r e n c c b c l n g t h e ( h i c k n c s s o f J e w e l o r Smnr‐rm|lllrmLHum:mun:1I11nullcshungkuonna;.\c\\'Mylo, Inmungorders,unlessOldstyle15men‐ linnml,1hv ,\cw.&1_\lc “111111:$L'l’“. HugM.1010. F mg. I1 V 5 . ' l 231 132.“ .ma,s 17.11. 151 to sum, 7111 I s ! t o 51h 151. 5111 1st lg 4111 21!to 41!) .1:1107111,( u h $1111ng! L i n e " " ngmuAngls " Slmlgnt L l n e 6 \' 111,131,167.N1mer5et.‘),=u." .Voan's,fiiflk'“ 51's 50.213].212m).357. No. 211, 213. 221, $531“ [411121-1!In0F. 1’011'11- "e=-)(--fl-' No.Q. l‘eml- Sen» ’ 11111“. (mg. . magmas. . . 3. {8.9.66 Slrmnll Lun‐ 5. 10. l l . 64. 104. M l ! 6h?“ l s ! l o 5 l l | 14.5111) “ lsnolm ‘ 1mm \n'.:le 2dloill) ' um Mrnuglu Lulu th " 8111, m l ) “ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. IDXXJLIJIETFES E X T Q I ) I?()PQP(EX WITHSTONESFIT’TED. Place For 001. Il.00 Plice Descnpllon 01 Movement Model I ‘ l to fill]. Tlll ‘Twodlfl'cremformsof PalletshavebeenusedIntheseClus s.thedlfl'erenccbeing:the(hick-no» of June] or Stonerequired: lboselaklngthin ones being known as New 15yle, In lllllng ordcr>, unless 01d Sljlu l~ mew lloned,the NewStyle\\Illbesem. WhenaPalletandForkI;wantedfernparllcularmovement,Inordertogel11well”matched,sendlllc l1~ca|ne Wheel. N o . 6 9 6 N o . 5 9 7 I N o l s l l Die-«E?| rflzl or O. F. No. 601‘1839 ND. 603, 2345 N o . 1 7 2 6 l-fi mg. or O. F, No. 614.1842. 2347, 2352 N o . 1 3 4 3 No. 2077 E N o . 2 0 7 8 N o . 6 1 3 la,§=< y34.l=< Hm.or0. F. Hts.01.0.F. mg.n:O.F. Ht; or 0. F. Htg. or O. F. l.\l. 2d d. lilh. 71h , ls ...d. (31h. 71h 9m |~l[O 11.ml] lst, 3d. 5m 107m till]. Tlh 51h m Tlh 6111.7!l1 Ix! F 0 F . t h . o r0 .F . 151to 3d Isl O F , No.1448.|B40, 2346 No. 1750. 1341 l i iiiInI“, “KI, Iu| ‘iii.w I4; I? i. I il . ...- ‐ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. PALLE’FS,FORIx’SANDARBORS, WITHSTONESFITTED. Pnce Piece 1PM001. M 0 ' Sim Descvlplvon 1” Movement Modal 2 d l o 51h. 71h miolehfi'lh i : Ull;»',.. . , 2dI0uh " i mm , .' . ' .. .. , ‘ '' GLh an: mix 91h th Strain?!Linc. ‘ .if8 ms Au. . . s 15; "Ht! 97. .________‐__ , . " S t r a i g h t L i n e C o n e P i v o t stmign‘ti'h‘ov. Cone i'irot " Slmight Plrov. 1 8 " u 'Twoullllercnlformsori'allcn»lmwbeenusedInthcsqCingsfl.limiiillercncebeingthelilicknw§qt Jewelor ' ' Sloncrequired hosemklngthinone:beingknownas.\ewstyle. in iiiiingorders.unles»OldM310ismen‐ ! lioned.[heNewMylowillbesent. No. 530.631 ‘ No.1727 Na.i848 l. No.|75!.1846 .g‘Aik Hut. ng. l e . mg.or0. F. O.F. I ml.orO,F. __________‐______________‐‐‐‐‐ No.i45i,1845 No. 2iiO. 2350. 295i No.622.i344,2072.2349 No.635,l847.2353,2354 3“ 3“ Hiz.orO.F. H“.or0. F. No.621.1450 No.2019 il-f Hiz.orO.F. ml.orO.F. 31-4 No.2090,2095,2348 No.615,1449 mg.or0. F. ng.or0. F. 51!) id IO fill) i. .run Is! in -|lh ‘.’li 10 41h N [0‘Ilil " Right Angle " “ isl.2d " N. N. Glh.71h lllh t i l l ) . 7111 i . ~ l , 2 d , ( u h . 71h m. w 71h Glll. 71h. nth ConePivot " “ S t r a i g h t . P i v o t " “ 5unman-wm: " 51h In 7th whim isi 2d. 3d ’ Concnmvov. Stmlgi'rt l'lrol. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. PINIONS, BE\7EL. ‘ T w o dlfl‘ercnl forms or Bevel l‘lnlons have been used in these Clans, s. and pnlns should be taken to compare pan wanted \\'lth lllustmtlons before ordering. A m o n g the Movements Clnssed as 16 Size. Flrsl. Model. several have been made H Size; and of the G Size. Flrst Model. several have been made 8 Slze: therefore ln orderlng n e w ] P i n i o n ; for sumo. be mlruculnr to s l u l c szz 111nddlllon to Catalogue Number and Class. No.1350 N0.1852 No.1728 No. 641 No.1455,1851 ‘ No.1853 D [I] n: 0: l] Htg.or0. F. No. 157 113 Htg,010.F. No.1353 a: mg.or0. F. No.1452 . ' Hrzr Htg.or0. Fr No 49 No.178.1849 No.1738 ll: H3 Htx. Htg.or0. F. No.14’53 No. 27,1739 No.1454 lDE [D [0:1 mg.0!O.F. Htl- ng. No. 70 {he Caz-Ease Hag. or O. F. m l . or O. F. t h . | Pnce l Descnolmn(ll Movemvnl Model lPnecc PM Dan 2.50_ "t ‘ l “ l it] ln-ltll 5m 71h I‘ll. ll! 11 Ml).‘.'ll1 L‘ll l~l l~l M zll Jul In. All ml» 71h 91h 0:1 ml 5ll| Sho' Mode! | Dcmiption ________._‐‐ I Sun I 16 16 . Mod-I Damnation ‐ _ _ _ 18 I! I! In b hall11,llnnllng,KeyBen. "unnumuverSell. X PL.flpcnF m ,I‘vnlI.Sc1!! xposetlW. “11. ”Kl’l..IlunIlng.Law-r Seth.Expownl“' Wh. m m.lwflm.mu}I I I . No.1856 H a . 0 1 0 , F No.642 Hm. o r O . F . No.1457 pm mg. or or F. No. 50 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. PINIONS,CANNON I-uIIP I ,0mnI-‘ucn.PendantSo". PL,lnurchungcable,Pendant Sen. I'I.O p e n Face, LeverSell,hxvosodw.w'h, PL,IIuntlng.Keyson. 1I’.,llnnllng.KeySc:t. I’L,Ilunung.Pond.Sou" ExfiosedW.Wk. I- II M. UponI-nu ancrSon. a(.I.'Iopen mix":-Is'el Expandw.Wh. 5;PL.IInnlInz.Lev“Seth. posedW.Wh. I n "11,IIuntIng, KeyaSen. Full 11.IlnntIn suc. I.,Open‘ln-ce.I’end.In», pondW.Wh. Pl llnntlng.Kayak Pryce IPiece PevDot.5 Sue .I.-'» Deitviphon ' : Edlo 41h 51h. 71h 5111 my 81hl 91h dIh. 71h. N I ) 0111. 71h Slh Isl 2d, Rd No, a! T-eth mm | Pinion 0 . F . MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. 10 Pinsweepsecond I’L,llnntlnu.Fund.80"...ExpoWW I'I.,mun-chan I'L,IIununlr. Bett. “lef- llnnung. Lover Sen. llnmlng.Pendant5 m . llunllnx,I‘m-dunlu:au. Lever Sou. ’ I. if l’l.. No.101 pm HIz. le. Open Flu-e.“1:11.50",Bxpoicdw.W“ IhI. X I’I" OwnFm.Pond.Sam;Expand\\'.\"ll. 72 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. PINIONS, CEN’FER. C-i' nlezue Clan 1 + Plice Descvlohonoi Movement 11 - ‐ ‐ ‐ ~ ~ » ‐ A Tram 1 1Teeth 1 No. 1P1cce Pyooz.‘ 5.11 Model 151105111.7111 0111 $111. 11111 1x1 “ 211 31l " 1~110311.r111n117111 " 1 6111.7111, 9111 ,,m 11 11 " 211. 311 1." .. .1 1 9 5 853 5 ‘ 1 3 3 10 .-1 ‘6511.2.. _ > 51011 " “ 652 660 1858 +72 658 661 661 606 660 660 use: 1860 1869 1717 ‘668 5619 670 186i ‘ 1to 11.611066.10310106, . “ . 73 ‘GGS 42. 1.50 1.50 1 . 1 1 13 " " " “ 17 “ .1 1 16 1{i 1. 1 "‘ “ “ 2.50 1.50 “ 1.50 1. 41510 48 47.113 150 1st 31|10Ilh 15110-1111 5111111 “ 1 " Non<1_\‘11- 1 1 “ “ 1 1" 51.1111 1 121011._ . 98.10’ 107 [0 110 . . 11910 70. 77. TS,79.1 . 84 ‘ 1 2.50n .. .. .. 1 TT‘SL S east... 86. 1111. 117 1,50 ' 1.50 " " 300 "16 " 1~l 211. 311 1~1 ‘ " ' V 7 No. 669 .\'c\\ $111“ " .\111111 ‘ 0 1 d S t y l e C e n t e r i’i11iu11sflr1»hul1i 1111105111011 In 151.1” 1-1111011 {11C 1 F o r l i n c k S e l l i n g . n a i n g 1 1S e l l i n g A r b o r . No.1861 No. 570 .2055 1 No. 651 1 No. 671 7A ,. ) 1.50 1.50 N " 41h " .\'1-\\ 51311,‐ “1 “1 " ’1 -- 0111 x111,. 111.11 1.50 1 1.50 10 " 0 0 ‘N ““ " " 3.00 250 1 “ “ "“ " 1.... .. Quick "1 «a» @ @;g; e. 151 1 le.010.F. 1-11; No.652 .. {19} Hiz.orO.F. No.1862 010 r: 1 1 1 1 Hm. 1 No. 650. 666. 667 {$11 mg.or0. F. No. 664 14111 Hag. No.1717,1859 “ mg orO F. No 72 1 o r No. 15 M. 51.11; H1g No.1860 1411110.F. No.9 1 No.73 No.653 1 110.1353 1 110.654 mg. 1 To ascermin Grade of Movement, consult ismzx. in ordering Material. give Catalogue Number and Ciuss. or Number of Movement for which sumo is required. Orders for 1055Hum one-fourth dozen will becharged all single piece price. Observe that 18Size lioremenlsnre made both Quick and Slow Train. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. Suo Model u 111. 16 8th 10 nth 1! 13: 1“ 12M 12 an 10m a 111k Size Model Dflcyipfion Domingo” p1..0pcn Fnce. Pond. 5111 PL.Hunting,Lever cl, 1m,Open F m .Lu- et PL,Hunting, Kc) a t . PL,Hunting.Key an. 13 18 1.3 18 18 n 13 17 17 u u 16 16 10 FullPL, Hunung. Key Sett- FullPL,Hunting.Lever salt. FuuPL.Open Face.i'endnntSett. Expnsml w. 1030“ W. 1 h; is; 211w"h 5th 61h 7111 3m on: l e t 211 litnnd2d 3111 u 1m; an PL. Interchangeable. Pendant Sen. ii PL OpenFace.Lever Belt. 1:PL.OpenFace Lever50m.ExposedW. Win. X PL.iiuntinsz.[Leversew, Exposed w. “111. [ -u i l P L , H u n t i n g , K e y S e " . FullPL.Hunting. LeverSen x PL,inwminnngeabie.Lever Sett. x PL,Hunnng.LeverSen. x PL.Sweep Second. Lever Sets. 1 PL, Open Face‘Pendant Sell. x PL,uunxmg,1end.sen,Exposedw. Wk. x \\ h. 1-.xposed \\. “1.1. N .. 1 (211101; 1 1 .. .. o 0 0 0 1“ m m 241 3d X PL.Hunting. l'end.Set PL,Open Face,mm 54; PL,Open Face,Pend.sm ExposedW. “1,11. Exposedw. “vll. BxporsedW- “t 1:‐ 1 1 1 1 Htg. 1 Hrgr Hz.010. F. Hm. 1-111.010. r, 1-111. 1412. 1 111; 010 F. 1 1 $ 1 0 1 1 111111011: "1 .\.1>|11i . . 11PL, Hunting. l’end.Seth. Exposedw. n x PL,0 p m Face.Peml. sun,pruscd\V. \\ h. X PL.Hunting,Key Sen. 1 PL, Hunting, Lever Sett. 91PL.Hunting.P e n a “ ;sen. 91PL, Hunting.P e n a “ ;Sen. 0111 M y l c 1 “ £01111 " ‘ Nonx1111 .. . “ 11111~1111~ " 51111 31111‐ " " “ 5111111 1 '1 ' 110.7563 , 11. 4 ‘ .\ w 711 915. 111. ' ‘ 553131. VE I’ ' 117.111.2711. “1.39. 71, 115, 11a, I l O I ' Ill ll 110.1356 |ID I “ I “11101111I' lIll‘r 1L T711)’I o r Overlmul. \' . 07101. i n I . " 1” I . H I . 1 5 8 . \ o u _7. \ mm l 5117111 ( 0 y 1'..1'eu.1.se¢.), s1 v TIIIIEJIII Luv erg5.51.161) i. \oD.1,ua' 110 30.101. 11's 123, , , 191197. . zclulvendllgmw 99semi“. . '" 1 Marge“; . \ o.‘115 $ 0 . 1 0 ) , 110.”11:1, 7 “ . ’28 '? "1 lira. \'0. I ! “ I7I. l“1,111,151,117. (Illz Vungsew, 2 1 . .It»and$1- 1, 511.11”111.119.1119. I m m ; 9 Whealer. 0‘1‘? l u l u ] . (U-I'..I’el1ll 5 C !)- 41.75.33: 1:11.111,114,391. . .151.1sa,1w. -n“I.l-'029‐ ‐ 1. , 1m.11:1.‐ mmzfinmaleéx, 151111215 215329.293, 57.20.1131. .w. 1111 swarm-151,250."107 . ''11.IM. ' .w“9.91,215,211,962. No.250. u1nond.Fnthar 1:11:10.P Sat.)g. 1119, M. 273. ' X0. IN:2:11. mi 1.1 o.7-‘. u1 xiv-319.314. 1 No.1”. “311.33,“' 5 11.1 111,218. omit-11. Fat-well, I'"111no,Adv-mm, UhlerAnal». 11, D. 1 0 . 2 . 1 1 1 111.111, 55.60.5311.5 1 “ 1.11.1! “H N o . 1 . “ 71.171. ndiI‘I-‘ylzr 11,, ' V0 7!‐ ' I'erluu ( o . 1'., Leverkef.211. i191: Tlm~’0"‐ u. H5 Ila-”QM!”-3,5. My. I s e a )11,116.150. m1, 1 " . \ 111 120, Menumler l l , 11,15. (11,u, 56. \: u, m 03. Olverlnmbgm 235, .ovor . Vern l-‘,. 111113351452]? Ilnvluoml (x PL,i ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. u h( 4. .Dux» 8L,5"175.21. .m 0 Laverne”. PINIONS ESCAPE. l Pnco 01 Movement Model 211 la 51h. 71h 1M.10.-'11I1.71h 211to 5.111 Ntofilh I s l 191111 6511 8lh. 0II| 6111.71I1 111|1 rlII. 7II1 I1 1071.11 151. 2d.'311 l I Pivots I C o m 1 $111,113!“ straight ,1 5111115111 t I 1 , P y m 19 PerDot. T u m Tooth I .lU! 1110. N o . IBGO 43.0o Hr,010F My. mo 7 my,070F. 0.F. N o . I 3 5 4 N o .IS€7 N o . ‘ 4 5 1 N o . 6 7 2 . 6 7 3 -=O= a q} Q: GO: mi of 0. F. 141.1,010 F Mg. or 0 F. Hz.or0.F. Hm or 0. F, N o . | 8 5 5 N o . 1450 77 No.1459 No. 6 9 3 CO: . <1» cow (“Cb o. F, | HIz.010.r. le-010F. 11,-g. (I:l~(’r\t‘”1:11I! Sine.‘Iovcmn-ulsaremadebolbQuickandslowTrain. *“_______‐__.‐_‐_‐-‐..‐‐-‐‐-‐‐ CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN ( I I I I I O I or " \‘0 I0.l l " 251. .\'o. H7. ”no, 5m».m,1113. 121, Ill Noflul.SILSIB. o. 189,2111. 0.155. 9.III.I ” . No .sa. 115 “391394111114. 1 . ‘107. 169 A: 20, 35. 92. 93 . 41, ,, 29.30.37lo 39. Simv ‘un 51h. 7th Quirk 5m " 0111 P!h “ W“ n HMSimv 14 in .( Hz.or0. F. Descviption FullPL,Hunting,Key SetL PullPL.Hunting,Lever sen. FullPL,Open I-nca.PendantSen. mg, No.1880 0. r. No.1878 PINIONS,TI‐IIlQD. Pm ! Descnphon oi Mcvvmcm lilioiH.. ,,. “,“ “ 70, 7-1, 87. 58. 100. 101 A . . ‘ i ‘ " TI . . '.‘,iiil 46lo48_ _. 'hi No. 6, 697 . GD H i p No. |a7s 04r. No. 2125 Model No. 703 43: 0: . Hiz.or0. F. o. F. mg 010. F, No. 707 O=> mg, Hig. No.1879 0. F. ~ ‐ , ‐A Piece 1PelDor i Sue i 3 an i 7 ‐ ‐ 7 ‐ ‐ ‐ Tu'm 1chlh ,i 1~v m 1in Quick ‘ No.1977 D: Hiz-or0. F. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. No.188l {33:- 05 O: i, 0: DD 1’ inwmhnnguhle.Pendant,Sam F ii 1.OpenFace.LeverSen. 5‘PL,OpenFnoa,LeverSen. Expoudw. wn PL,Hunting.hey Sen. PL,Hunting,KeySell. ' 5 PL,llunblllg.Pam].Seth. Exposed\\ .“lb; g PL.OpenFace.l‘end Seth,prosedw. “ 11‐ l’i Hunting,KeyM . PL.Hunting.LeverSen... ‘ExposedW. Wh. [- 11PL,Hunting,KeySew. PullPL,Hunting. LeverSett. x PL, Interchangeable. Lever B e l t l' } untlng lAwel' Sen‐ x PL,Hunting,leverSeth x PL,SweepSecond,LeverSen. 1 PL,Open Face Pendnm.San. x PL,Hunting, end. Seth,ExposedW. W X1 X P .Open F cc.Penn.Set, ..ExposedW-“,h~ X PL.0mmFlco,Pand.Sew.Exposedw -“ 1» n 1, 3 1 3 " 2“m"in " lxl in uh 31h Tlh Evil} (iii: Mil mi i~7 will l~i in 3d, Gih mil 1~i KAI Clii m. Till fwih. Till S‘rih Tl“ Mli 7111 lxi 24! ‘..'\|, Kl] ‘ ‘.'|l msed w. 5“PL,Open Face ‘ e r sum,p r o s u l “ I . w i n h m t i n Hamlinm,Seth. em nlltSet-f» ‘end,Sow. Exposedw. W’h. \\'1.. L11\er( 11; av- owl-13,01a: .,_) . no mo. 3Tulunu e'rlund. (1 11:Le" x , . \'o 1:1" 11 2.. "11. . “wrath-"Fl. 1 \o.."15. 31:11:53,515. _11' 1. - w. 113.971. Wheeler. O V e r - Innd. ( In or sen. 111, K. ' ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. PI‘VOTS,BEVELPIUION. Water-del- II. m’bfi1.b.,sd. . .\u.21.25.50.31. f'r-anc‘enslnlub‘lfiw I (flifi,REY-oi ,5 An'..“rm-m. ell, . Sen m (0 |, Ema"M?'5’s - v 91, 55.6065,111. . £31311, 112, 160. ”396 97.171. Father TImeJOF. I’eml. may7.7, 116. 150» M. o F N D 2 9 , 714 R r\’l‘CI--IE T S . .10 .ll) |l '!_ Damnation o! MIT/errant Sue' HI; ; Heg, ' Mtg. 'l'ua>ccr1nin(1111111: 111Munmum.cnn~11|t Isnsx, In onlcrlngMulcriul, ph‘cCilluloglluqulhcrandCla>s.0r Number of lluwmcul { o r uln’ch xmw I.» required. Orders for lc~< than one-fourth amt-11will hechargedat slnglc plccc prlcc. CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN 1 Raymond.m h e r ii 1 1191.1,Ouzrlnlul. . . 1 - 301, i -, Lady 1115111 ( 0 . p, pm“, sea), r, Time.1111 lm-| 1 111.Set), 06. . ' w ..1, " 0. ' .'u 111131,1111. 1111. \o.1110. 130 11:1, £10 or S u n11.“w,70, ‘ifi. 211:11,“I)!“l I)wheelt fl'J- ._ 5023, " u p o u“ -. “dual-f!1:2” II$10.2g3,.."J Lever“sea),as: 0. (X Gull Borden.Dcx~ 153. ” 2 5 . Destupfiuncl Mwement ‘cho’Pwnw. 5110 Model 1:18, _5 1.3 1 “ . 241121111 Pncu Pnecc iPerDo: l “1,210,212”251. 5 0 211. No 332. 1 1 N o m u n u m . i211,21:1, 221, Ii.“ El . sommmum 11 flea-35.35. 'Oid style. rNew style. Ciass Descnpfion oi Movemenl Kind of _ Hansming liregzuci ‘Hm ‘ iircguet iircguel “ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. REGULATOIQS. Price ‘‐ ._ .‐ ‐ - 7 _ fi r , ‘,_, ‘Pmcemc,001 .‘ Size Model _‐‐‐‐*‐‐_‐‐_‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ __‐__‐__‐__‐____________.._‐‐‐‐ To ascertainGradeof Movement,consult Ianx. in ordering Material,give Catalogue Number nndCinss,or Numberof Movement for which same is required. Ordersfor less than one/fourth dozen will bechargedat single piece price. is ‘ . i~lto5m.71h‘ “ m1051hj‘ M to51h ' i s ! lo 4111 F i a t 5lh " liih 0\ ul " 1"l:il ,, Bih Omi . 81h 91h ikl 2d “ 15! (Juli 91h ‘~ . ‘ iireguei, i-‘iul “ i m a m71h,‘)ih i~l ist. Ihl. 4th " i “ ‘ ‘ FluL hi,3d " ‘ . Fim‘..1 Flat .. , ‘ . 2d AOml . iireguet u Vii”. Oval " Iv “ , Iflni. ' lircuncl Fifi! im'uucl i-‘lut iircguet Hui. lsrcxuel 1" int lireguel No. 720 l © m = i1| mm or 0 F No. 725 ”‐ t No. 721. 722 No. 730 ©=== I 510.759 é ‘ No.1540 No. 723 Hm or G F. Hm No. 731 No.1889 No. 736 77‘\\. if 1412.o'0F. No. 1469 47}: CV/ mg. or 0, F, mg. N0.1952, 2120 No. 742 No.724 No. 727 Desuripfion In PullPL,Hunting.KeySalt, Dcminlicn g l’lv.Open Face.1‘1md.8ett..Exposedw. Wh‐ 2d (A) “ 1 ! 5th 6th 7"! Full I’L, Huntlnx.Lever salt. FullPL.Open Face.Pendant.Sou. ' I'I"Hunllug. Lever 32"...Ex ted\\'. Wh. pondW.Wk. W. W. poledw. wn, ELGlN NATIONAL WATCH C0. TQIECEIJIJIXTFCDTQSS Ht: at O. F. A Ly/ ng or0,F No.1967.2165,1468 fax“ D No. 1963 D; H1:.ov 0. F4 ©= We. No. 1961 N0. 1893 Q5‐ QT” l'|.. lnlervlmngwblc‘ Panda“: Ban. 1- II P].Openl-‘u-e.LoverSen. KPL, OpenFace.LeverSew.ExpelledW. Wh. l’l. Hun;Inn.Lev-rsen" ExposedW. Wk, u I‘m,Hunting. Keysen. PullPL.lluntlng. bevcrSeth X PL.llnnunn.l’emluntscfi‐ 3! Pl».Hunllng.rend-mM s . ‘K P] able. Laval- Sen. PL,Openhas Pendantso". 1 PL,lluntlng,Penman.Exposedw.wn. P L , Intel-than xPI- llununlt. Hunting. PenmsnL.BxpoudW. Wk. pen M. Penn.sew, Expoledw.\\ , OpenFm.l’ud.StunExposedW. “11, PI., sweep seen -No.743.1410 No. 2180 MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. Q:‐ ifPL. I ’ TU. 71...,SSI. 100 101 461048 . . A8... 60, 70.79.821080. Ill}. l l : 96,07 .................... . l' F . P L 1 “ 91PL A. " " F.m. “1 Pl. " I s l l o am. 7 ” ) I s l [ 0 51h cm .. an: 81h. 01h m. 2d lst, 2d, (5111, T H ) 151,to7th,9111 u lst'3d,FM]10TL)! U u r m - l . " Sapphire h u r n u l " _ Supphlre. ITto H)22[1°2: %.10-’. 107.108. ‘ la! " ”g.31,35,40, - Game! a 4-1, 45 05.69, 12.73 . 70,7‘.87.83,lw.10|,“l [0114 . 4610 48. 2d.3d I s l . 2d.3d lst Isl. 2d ‘ Sapphire G u r n c l " ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. IQINGS, 1TRICTION. Price Deacnoon we” Pchoz sale 1 1 .10 j ! ) 1 I S ||<'. m l m l o - l l h lQOLLElQS, SAFWE'TY No. 31Fnction Ring Hm 1x0LLE1-QS, "FAJfiLE. IQOLLEIQS. ’l‘A]3LE, \\’I’1‘HJEVVELSlfl‘IT'I‘ED‘ chcc PerDoz ‘ Sue ‘ 3m ‘ 1s a; m ’ No.1888 Saiety Roller (9 O. F. M o m an: H»; _t , - ' I~ltni|lLOl!1 " hl‘iklfivlllluilh Pnce Pieceipemoz; ‘ ‘ ‘ 2 Descnohon o! Mcvcml-nl Mode: \ Pnce \ 3Pmce ‘PerDo: , Dt'scr-phnn oi Movem.,nt .| 1.y105111_71h .l . “ 14mm. |. -. 1 (51h Ml] MI] {uh ,1 Min! 151.10 3d l~l " 88»! 1.41. to 5111 ( m i d Nickel bl 1»! lo 51h. 71h Glh 14.24! 1511071h 2d la! 1051h.71h Isllo 7111 M I05lh.71h Flh.m ) » M to 7lh,mh 1's! 2d. 3d lxl. 2d I.2.8.7.Dlh 3d lo 5“! If! 151. '.’d ls! 2d. 3d Isl. - 23 swam: lirlq‘ge Arbor). Sweep "x15” ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. SCREWS,USEANDNUMBER. CM' 510mm Artvcle N°' 9&5 l .\rm. Vihnuh - , .. ..___‐__. Model mm It!(041h A)?! Is!to7!!! £103 . ls! ‐ 2d. 3d ls! ls‘l. 2d I s ! t o 5m. 71h 81h om I s ! t o 7m. 9 t h I liulum-v. Mr “" .‘Blh£1624. " |31n|’|..,' lawn ,, , _ mm . nifl'OL il'l'w'l'l . . ( 5 : ( 0 4 1 8 7 83.100. 101, ” 1 1 0 1 ” . 461mm!“ ’- All 67 1074.87. 3“. 100,101,111 t o l l - i . 461048 211.31! 01h SmI 9 ” ) 1Bridge.l’1n10n.Belg-0L. , ~. ' . ,, . . . Lung. .5110111 " , 211101111 3111.7111 2d1011h “ . : _ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. SCRE\\7S, U S E A N D NU\/IBER CONTINUED _ Amcle ‘ffi ‐‐ Cap.Arbor..... . . ' l‘ CupBridgePinionBowl. . , , ' 211101111 Cn‘p.RuxchclA . , . '. ‘ "Long _. . A. 1~1 10 7111.1, 7111 11111 RH) 9111 1 d . "111 A " I~l “ Short , . ,,,,, " " ._ E.."I~ ’ ,.;211,311 Cup. Arbor. Wide Base 4 v (ith.7lh,\1111 ' -/Isl.ugm Rmchez. " - Selling: . " ' l u ' ‘ ~ » -v- ‘ 81110111 was o:|\ ')‘' |)_’U\. 32104]. W. 32. 36. 37. 41°98 42. 43 01to(H.105.108 HIGH"... _ 1.1. . A . . . . . .‘ 8111.91!) .'10123 , A _ ‘ 311.4111 8111.9111 F l h . 9111 0111.7lh.9111 “ I s l 211,13d 151. 211 10-1111 (”Uh 2910 3 1 . 321041.9‘Zl090.98 101107101“) 4" 43 . 3__ Dial Foot, au_ 4 '61h 1 , 32m 41,92109.7 81 071074.87.88 100,101111100114. 491056 75,I15. 571000.81 , ‘61083, 85.86116. 117. lst to 5th, 7th , . . - . ' Descnphon o1Movement, Dmmclm 1 Sue 1 Dull 1 Tan 1 ..01'.‘.¥<1 120 01 j 120 ‘ 4 UM HO 1110 2d . '120 2 d[ 0“ I ! I I “ 5111 0 1 » 1 110 M]! . “no.”U 0111 7 t h " ‘ 1111 1_ ‘(311 , 120 flimh 110 J? 194 243“ " ‘ 14 ‘ 91110-1111 > . L , ' 2d3d . .0118 M0025 AW.“ > 151. film 10125 .0I25 AM.“ 11128 . 11128 A . . Model v l: . . .< Nmh .1:0 (1111, 7111. 3111 1211 Is!.‘I)“ “ . ' 1:11 2d,lld 311 l~( .. le 2d .. 1I'll) lsuofid 1111 A IN) .(051h7111A.‘, . 1d1051h . 1Amuxi‘ . 01h .' "HE A 1x1, 2d lbl (0 41h 5th 6th.7lh,0lh A - . . "’ 1111111 81h. 91h IsL 1,0 7th em.TLh.on; 2d‘3d 151.211 18! 271,34 1 111“) 120 film“ ‘ 11k 1 1 0 ’ Din! Fool. llnh Maine! Imlux..,. Modal Isl Blb.ml: 2 .3d IslI0 5111,7th 61h 81h. 01h Isl. 2d 01h. 71h.9lh M. 3d 2d 2d, 3d 8111 m Io5th,7th MIL 9m ( u h , 71h, 91h “A! M N w 5 ). 71h MIL 9th 6th 71h,0111 ! Dnll 1' .0I68 J)?” SI fl. Bqu'IIce.Lo'yver ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. SCREWS,U S E A N D NUMBER, CONTINUED. I. l' I")wr (L’Ufl Nb"l’L'Ilh' 91h 472033 ‐ SH. 10:7. I l l ) em Nth. 91h I > I t o 7 t h 6th.7 " ) Nb Isl ls! Io 3d 3d I s ! to sub. 7111 8m, 0!!! 0m, 71!) 2d. 3d I s l ( 0 51h Islm 5111,m: lilh 81h. 91h IslI0 71!) SKI), 71h, 01h Isl [0341 II Isl IsI.to 5111.7“: 81h. 01h 01h 7th 4 l1 Isl. (0 511157111 0!b 8!!! Mb Isl to 7“: (III), 7!!! 9th hat m to ad 3d Isl,IoJfisIh.7th 801. 9th Isl 2d 1.7308 . mos..‐ JIM . £163 ,0I68 . £303 . mes v 41163 y. £108 . ,0IQS . ' 93, 0 111_ trap , 60m. I s l l o 5 l b 020 . ' IslI05111,7th 0303 I Article Jewel, 511111 Balance, L o w e r Ulqmc'er ‘ 01111 ‘ Tap 1,131or, Cum C111lc ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. SCIQEVVS,USEANDNUMBER, CONTINUED1 3210 41198, 102 ‘ 111,112 ... ‘.‘ 2d. 311 151 0111 8111, 9111 (111117111 51111 151 7111 24110-1111 nlh. 7111 Is! 151‐ 211to 4111 21] 1.051.11 51h, 71.11 81.11. 01.11 2d 3d 105111 011).71,1].911) 2d. 3d 151. £14111 mu! .014L‘ A110“ 111113 1_ 0141-1 111115 .(113 .(ll'.’ 1110 97 10 69, 71 3 2 1 0 4 1 . 3210111,9‐ 951,103 d 211 It; $1 2101111’109; 1 , 1111111111110111 ’ I, humv 7.1111 11171011\1 11111111» .7111;m(‐ 1 113111 i ._ “Jih‘ ‘U 111111 “2m 1 1131». 11-3115 1_1|11'1~1 11|111~ 11115 11’_'|\ .11’.’1“ 121 “Jun 1131.1 A 1 1 “ 113m 411“ _11;11< 11:11. 32,30,31.~11.08. (57101187 881100101.11110 11-1. 491051 52... Descuuhon 01 Movement 15110 7111, 9111 1>l 2d.31l 1~l 1>1 1311 1 151 111311 1~l N 111511117111 ‘ 0111 F111 11111 um 1 4 , 2 4 1 l~1111 13111 P | 1~1 1~1 10.111 311 311 1~1 l\1. 211 1~1 1~1 10311 1‐1 1111, 11111 15111, 7111.11111 ‘341 All .(I 1x1. 211. £111 151 1051111, 7111 S111 0111 151.211 (1111 71110111 1131111 1 111» ‘mm “R SCIQEVVS, U S E A N D NUMBER, 0 0 N T IN U E D . I | A'hclv | | mmmm. 10mm. , '21041. , UTlo 7 .,{uman. . , . 57mm M "310313 fl a w 1 1 6 i , §Descnnhuuo! Movemnnl 2d ls! 2d. 3d IS! IS! to 5111.7!!! 51h. 71h Isl. 2d 15! u 6th Kilnmh Diameter Drill Tao Hull:7IZ-‘vp _, www-{mg .- . ' running“.. A ' ' " ,- , lsl Iofilhfilh Mu'ing..\rm,\ il ,. , ‘ Regulator Selling 1105" Slop.Cum.Soul 5. " Lever .. f " . ; to H ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. 34w 43,2910 3: , , . tilh Isl.2d 2d to 41h 51h, 7111 3d, vlth 5th ls! u 21] 131 5th 61h lstto 511),7th 01h 811). 9 t h Isl; 2d {id to 51h 61h.TH) 91!) 2d. 3d Isl.21! IS! 2d. 311 IS! 4!!! 81h, 01h (Slh. T N ] 1 81h.91!) 151 “3141h t, . ..v 0mm:01h 2d Cd Isl,2d Isl 2 d . “ Isl. no II (b.«s.103101 6.Il.011061 12m |-|.. 901.001.W. .. 8th,9th , . , ' Mmfith , , . 311.5”: is» lsno5:11.71]: " Mlofilh 81h Sim Model | Description | Size i 16 l Model Dcscnptton Article Stud.Spring.liair, Class 16)to 41,9:2to 95,95, 102.107to 110 . 44. 45 , A 67t074,87,88,100,101,111t0 l l i m to 48. .. 4940 56, 115 57to 60, 76to 86.116,1I7 90,97. ._._..._.. 32t04l, 095.9814 33.3-1.30,38.39.41.10" 32,37. . . . . _ . . . 87,88.100,101.111t011~| 77. 81. 85. 86, 116, 1 1 7 , 06. 97 , 5110 | , Model Setting : Winding.Inter_ _l291031. ' Octal1mmim ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. SCREVVS.USEANDNUMBER, CONTINUED. EXTRASIZESCREWS. It sometimes happens when: screws have to be removed and replaced in movement a number at tiutetflthc threadin platebecomeswornsothatthescrewsorerturu; to takecareoi suchcaseswemakescrumthat are slightly larger than the regular size winch are known as “ n o t ; in canes \\‘lu're the thread hm lii'tzri (‘tllil‘t'iy stripped a screw is used which is known as EXTRA LARGE; but beiore using the latter the holes mltsl. he relappcd. Largeand extralargc screws are not made for our entire line, but, we can furnish them in many of the kinds‐ whicharemostused. The-cscrews\\illbesupplied at the ~ante price as the regular. in orderinggive number andletteror screwandstatewhetherLARGEorEXTRALutot:arewanted. \\'heh extra large are furnished. we can supply taps to beused with them. TIA/IING SCREVVS. Forthebenefitorwatchmakcr;whoarecalledontoreplacellrcguuthairspringsin ourmovementsandwho finddithcultyin bringingtltcm“iotlmc”withinthelimitsof the regulator,owingtothenewsprint: livingtoo strongor weak,asthecasemaybe,weareputtingupas~orimcnis0!TimingScrctnforthispurpo~ewhichwe believe w i l l prove oi g r e a t assistance to the trade in quickly concreting the e r r o r ‐ b y the addition or substitution citspairat thesescrews. Eachassortment of composition screws contains titty pairs, while an assortment of gold has twenty-tire p i l l “ . consistingof sixdltlercntweightsor valuessuitablefor movementsof onesize,the\‘fll‘lOlls weights hciugplili't'ti inseparateboxes.properlylabeled,givingthecitectapairshouldhaveonthebalanceforeach hourrun. Till-m) sixboxesareenclosedinalargerone,thusmakingaveryconvenientpackage. Seepage120fordescriptionand prices. INSTRUC’FIONSFORUSINGTIMINGSCREWS. If,onplacingtheregulatorinthecenteroftheindex,it,is found,on runningthemovementonehour,that it gainsa certain number of seconds, a pair or these screws should be selected of suitable weight or value to over‐ cometheerrorandplacedin thebalancedirectlyoppositeoneanother.uhichshouldbringsametotimeor within thelimitsortheregulator;tr.however.it isfound.onagainrunningthemovement,thatitloses,thenremovea pairor regularor fullsizebalancescrewsfromthebalance,beingcareful thattheybetaken fromdirectlyopposite eachother.andrunthemovementwiththebalanceinthiscondition,whenitwillundoubtedlyberound thatit gains,in whichcase.byagainsciectingapairof timingscrewsthedesiredweightto correct such condition, and placing them in balance. in the same position from which the pair were removed, no diiliculty should be had in correcting any slight error which may,nppcar, by the aid or the rcgulator. hm PL,Hunting,Keysac l-‘ullPL,Hunting,laver Sett. FullPL.Open Face,i’cnd‘ntSalt. 7th 8th > 9th i n 1“ XPL,OpenFace.Pcnd.Set Exposed\\' PL.Hunting,Lever Set X osetl \V. \\ lt. PL,OpenFace.LeverSets"Exposed W. Wh‐ P l . . I n t e r c h a n g e a b l e , P e n d a n t S o n . ]- li Pl. OpenFlee Lever Bett. 5PM H u n t i n g , K e y S e t t . PL,Hunting, Kay Sew. PL,OpenFace. f e rBetnfixposed\V.Wh. 2d ad tut lat 24 §1:1.,Hunting.Pend.Seth. Exoscd\\’.\Vh. 1t.,OpenFace.l‘end.new, posedW. Wh‐ PL.1!untiug,1(cySett. l‘l Hunting,Lever Sate. PL.Hunting.LeverSelf... lPl.,Hunting, K Sett. posedw. \Vh. FullPL.Hunting rSett. X PL,Interchan able.Lever Set; X PL,Hunting, fl V e rSett. x PL,sweepSecond.Leversett. x PL,Open Face.PendantBen. X PL,Hunting,Pend.SetL,ExpandW. Wk. § P .,Hunting,PendantSuit. PL.Hunting,PendantSeth. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. , . . , t . , , , . . , , , l e t 2d. 8d 1.~t 1st, L’d l~t mild is! 6th, 7th, 0th Etltfith 2d.3d .0:.’UR 02054 0 1 0 ! 020K .Oi('i>i 0168 013 _ . 01348 Alt-18 01308 ‘ (12h‘ 0:08 J'I‘Jllti r .(llt'><‘4 2150 0:18?! 1 I0 1. "i HO (. 08 l 10 iliiil‘i, 110 autos H0 1)Iii)-i Description oi Movement Diameter Dull Tap lst to7th,0th 020K 02:19 91PL,Hunting. l‘end.Set . ExposedW. w i n I PL,OpenFace,Pond.Seth.ExposedW. W!!‐ X PL,Open Face,l’ond.8ett.,ExposedW-Wh‐ t .i 154 A ‐ F I M " e n d , B r i g h t . E d g e S l o n c d a n d C o r n e r e d , u‐Flnl "cad. Bright.EdgeStoned. c ‐ F h u "cull. B r i g h t , Edge n o t stoned. D ‐ H m l l e n d , Blue. E d g e n o t . s t o n e d , E ‐ F ‘ l n l "end. G m y ‘ E d g e n o ! stoned. F‐licvcl"cad.might. EdgeStoned. G‐lxevel " e n d , " r i g h t . Edge n o ! Stoned. l l ‐ l i c v c l l l c n d , B l u e , E d g e n o t s t o n e d . ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. PRICEOF SCREWS. ‐‐‐-‐‐‐‐‐ , ‐‐-‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Cal'I! A H B i H .¢o¢uu‘-» No SIno:' mm]0onIGmss . v001.lGm: inm' ‘' ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. IDPQICZEi (DP? SN:IQE3\A7$L CONTINUED. D ‘ E F 001 {G'oss‘ 001 name ‘ Doz. ; Gwssi "Lo'o' G 1, H . Gross 1g Dnzv \ Gross I C a t a l o g u e ; Diameter N°' l TIP lThruds per1 i Inch Pnce | if t, Cnalozv. i No, ms Dinmtiet Thread; PB! 1 Price ‐ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. PRICEOF SCREWS, CONTINUED. l D Gvoss ] Do Dorv {Gloss l Dot, $6105?" Dot . 007. 1 Gun! ”FIR/IING SCREVVS. For the benelit or wutchmukt-n u ho are called on to replace iireguet hair springs in our movements and who findtittileulr inbringingthem"totime"withinthelimitsoftheregulator.owingtothenewspringbeingtoo strong or “edit us lllitl! -e may . wenre putting: up ussortmeuts of Timing Screws for this purpose. which we belie“-wiliprm'eatyr. lfl~‘l.~|flll ;tothetradeinquicklycorrectingtheerror‐bytheadditionorsubstitution of u 1' it of “new screns. ' . h u~~ortu|ent of composition w w w ; contain titty pairs, whilean n-‘sortment of gold has twenty-lire pairs. commune u! six tlill'e ' t wemhh or vuiues suitable for movements of one size. the various weights being placed in hep-unlit: boxes. pro; ly labeled, giving the elteet u pulr should have on the buiunce for elicit hour run. These sixboxestire enclosedininlargerone.thtlsmilkingitVeryconvenientpacknge, SEE PAGE l70 FOR DESCRIVTION AND PRICES. AND PAGE 56 FOR INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO U S E , ’PAPS. OnpagesSito 80."Screws.UseandNumber."thediameters0! DrillnndTaprequiredforeachparticular screw ure given in thousandths part of an inch. We are prepared to furnish the trade such Stnndurd Taps. sultubiy markedontheshanks.usperthefollowingdescription: JO ,l__ ‘| .|li| Observe that several different numbersof screws are the same mt relates the diameter and number of threads per inch. thus requiring a comparatively small number or tops to embody the entire line. T” I'm" 120 . no no l E-ehiForDu .4 87, K 70.77. 1.RI. 78.79. 2‘SC! . 85'86, 116.11: _ 90 No.1912 E113 ngA 010 F. 61h, 7111 2d 3d 4!06,GI.G'2.103.105 ‘ 155 A " " 21110 Hh 511.3111 No. 1471 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. SLEE\7ES,VVINDING ARBOR. Class No.19l3 Class mm PevDox Sun ,_,’ , [11:1 His.01OF. th m 0. F. SPRINGS, ARR/I, N’IBIQA'IING. HIE. ng. SPRINGS,CAM. Class No. 180 Pnca Piece Pet 001. 1,50 Hm. or O. F. N o . E113 m u JO ’ v Jo .1u . ‘ ‘ ‘ ~ JO.‘‘ 3m JO .' l’l.\ 3dIlh .lfl ‘ ‘ 5111 .H) “ km2.‘ m .10 ‘ ~ “ 2m No.1729 S‐ Dcscuphon ot Movcmont Deacuohon o‘ Movonmn: Sue 3 Model S i n Model Dascripficn fl. Size % __‐‐_‐-‐-, Model _...‐ 311 H g . o rO . F . , . mg. o rO . F , No. 774 m Hm. Descriyliuu 1.1.11 .. mummy. 15 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. No.2355 ' G’,<; Hvz.m0F. No. 103 . ‘ ' H!z.nr0,F No. 89 SPRINGS, CLICK. Class Fm.» 1 Dozc'ivfion ol Movemnn! No.less ' No.1897 , No.765 (_v No. 74 Pull l’l., “Inn PullV] M F open ' . ' i 16 16 16 1 4 I! 10: K I'L,Open Face.“and.SclL. Exposed “f “11. XPL.Huullng,DoverSou“Expnml\V.W . l'enunnl.Sell. , w r u h m g w b l e . I ‘ e m l n n s S e a . PL,Open Face.LeverSclL,bxpowd W \\'h. P L , H u n t i n g . K a y sou. PL,Hunting.Kcysou. ull .OpenFace.LeverSeu- il.’PL.Open b'ncc Loversew.Exposedw. \\'h. 1 PL.Hunting.Pond.sew.Ex wedW. \\'h. gm"OpenF m .Pond.sew, posedW. Wk. l’l..Hunting. averso». ExwmW. Win. ullPL,llunllng. KeySen. l‘lmllnnung.KeySen. I'l.vIlunllnw.Lover Ben. PL,Hunting.PendantSe". FullI’l».Hunting. Leversew X PL,lnumh-n nblo.LeverSen. N th. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. ng.or0 F. _‐ 6 l'l. PL,llunung,Pendantsou. . | l'l.,Open Face‘Pendant82“- x 11,llunllnu,I will.SOIL,Exposed\V “11. [0-0 K PL. llllntlnw. I'end.Sou” Exposed W. Wh. PL,Open Face,Penman.EnmedW. Wk. PL-OW“Fm.POM-Beth,Bipolar]\V.“11. ‐‐ ,pm.IPuoox, Siml vI ll} m. i A I Model 2d (0 53h.71.11 M to 5th 2d Io 51h. 7111 2d 1951h (Shh 3d 10511: 3d. 51h No.1896 mQ Strength t‐-3‐3‐4. 1-2 1 a Htg. or 0. F. Htg 010 F No.1959 @ Htg. or O. F. Htg. Hg. or O. F. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. ESEDPRIPQCEES, PIZXIIQr»(3()IJIJI§7FEEI). Pm Piece | Pet om. 4. l. I. l. 4. i. 4 l. I. Price01swing n Vibrating Descripttan at Movement ; ‐ ‘ _ i Tram t i <1. 2 d . 3 d i l i r e u u e t 1st to 5th, 7th ist to 5th ist to ~lih ‘ i Quick ’ “ lirezuct l"iui “ it i. l No. 792, 793. 794 Since issuing: our Price List of Material in 1890. it has been (leemt-(l nth lsnhlc to chance the manner of classifying llair Springs, for the following reasons: \\ e hate at \'urinus times uuulv changes in the st-terui \|At'.~0f Balances.which havealtered.the weights of same. 1dconsul-tenth“ the strengths of Hair Nprtu, hurt to he changed according); so much so, that the ltalunce which no original y used in our ” t j i u s s i" umvcmeuts took thesamestrengthspringasthosewe arenowusingin ourpresent litreof “ tllussti" movements, and in order to assistthetradeIn procuringsuitableiiuirSprings.haveadoptedthefollowing. stem: Taking the heaviest ltainnce we make oi‘n given size, as a standard. we r i l tit: it suitable spring to it. which springisknownasStrengthNo.i; forthenextlighterilninnce.ofcoursetakingalighterspring,thestrengthis knownasNo.2,andsoon. In eachcasethe Lowesr strength number represents the sum. ' spring, and the wettest numberthe “amiss-r spring Haring abandoned “Classes" as relates to iiair Springs, it the NUMBER or unvrzmzvr is given for which spring: is wanted. It will beatassistance to us in selecting one or proper siren-4h. nitlmuhh the t , \ ' stun: WAY of getting!) suitable Breguet ilair Spring for any special movement is to s u n tts T m : H a m s H that we may vibratea spring to it: this does not necessarilyapply to lvlut Springs, although better results would be obtained should the same instrucuons be followed. In casediiilculty isexperienced in bringinga new lialrSprint: “ t o time" within the limits or the Regulator. owingto thespring's bein too strong or weak (as the case may be) we are putting up assortments or Timing Screwsforihispurpose.w ichwillproveorgreatassistanceinquicklycorrectingtheerror,bythemiditiouor substraction of a pair of these screws; a full description and instructions for their use will be fouuti in its appropriate placeunder “Screws." WithBreguetHairSpringsthepricequoted includesthe HairSpringStud. Orders f o r less than one-fourth dozen w i l l becharged at single piece price. SteelorNickelBalancesin issizetakeaStrengthNo.2spring. Slow 0th Qulck“ (Silk 9th lei. 2d ‘ist to3d, 51h to7th, 9th i " ‘ lircuuet slow ' iv‘iat 1st to 5th lst i lfit " ll‘int 1st. 2d " lst to 3d lst " ‘ “ “ i ‘ iirt-euet [fiat ltrtxeuet iv‘lat ltrttguet ‘ ii'|itl “rt-tum! 2 11111:1;161. ‘Luir 5:01:19] ton . , . No.1894 L, C“ H1g orO F. Price Description 91 Movement .‐“ thceiPeron. Six. Mod-1 91Pl. 81.11. 91.11 . 10 " 811157“: . .. .. M g . 0 1 0 F No. 53 «fax ' 3-’ 1IRllan0n(|,Ylllllel" Timed"! 1_- No.1258 . No. 1900 . , . . No.164 A1 4 1 2 . 0 1 0 . F . No. 2153 O.F. ll ‘ m u “ ;Lev- (u. 76. 15:1 9Wheeler. (her- lnnd.(o.r ‘ml. ' 15 .\o.J"O. Vernal. (mm. 1 w h e n,61.113. S'Tnilormverl m ] , Lever .) 4,3. 4 Wheeler Over‐ 11.11.1411“: L e v ‐ 01' sung 141111“, ferry.h or-cun- «111, .\'o. 219. .\'o.u=ut.z1s,2u.m lid ‘( 3,0150. 3. 53:11de(0. E, 1h n0)1"()i{.=1.’1'.. 3211611“ 1111 “11:21 6 Owl's", hr Fnlgo,Acl\ §''5- 02 1 : 1 L 3u ' w. , r s1 e . w u ‐ _ a 1 : . ) Chief.Axe. L g “ M ) . 2 3 5 . , " afmfi'w01.171v at. £0-1121”. D. 1 itnymohafF-wer No.210.”£51,257. xv 217. No. 211, ll-t 221, N0. u: No.N I S ) ‘810.3". No.mso1.3u.:115. 1 . 1 1 b 35. .\'o. w. ‘l'lme.(0.P.I'¢ml. s e t .)17, 1.19, 150, 106.1” 110.933,114,127,135. $211 21 n 0.P‘.. {2}:finigtfé ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. SPRINGS. CLU’l‘CI‐I LEVEIQ. . . . 1 ‘1 S'Tly' l n r0rerln11d.,".’9[.\'o 117,14“. 5!$0. ”1,131.1“. E1541! 1 . 01.100"ng 16 2.0 15151521135‐ 71 $0.191.197. 75 SO.M.WJ,210,EIL N0.” 1 . L a d y 1h. l'flld. sew. 9-55. set),2“. P Kc. .\'0. 117.115.11911132. ISIJ' ‘G e n n ] s e w , Jab ( 0 . No. 2152 C; 0.15 SETTINGLE\'ER. ; No.1476 Q; l . H1; mo F ’ 2mm»;'if. ‘Nln _., . ., _ . . 151.211y .' ... .. . . _ 311.th 991 Pan 1 che Pcho.1Sue1 Model ' "~..""1 2111134111 7111 Blh ,'t'_:.:‘",11:t‘ ."sm'fmh 01.11 :', ..162d 1;,.""'..10.‐ Hit. w 0. F, CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN . I'M-I'd-gt}, .' M D . Descriplmno' Mow-nut C115; 16 21 36. 41,98 10. 18121.36 «11.98, 16.21,30.41.S)S, 16.2136 «11. BS 6710 74 S S , 100 101.11110114 87 88100101,111101|~1. 4610 48 ‘6108315861810631111115 761083. 8- m Descnpflon ol Movemom Model 11410511], 711) 151 10 511] 2d 105111‘7111 Lat 105111 24110 5111, 7111 6111 R111, 9111 N. 211 151,211,6111,7111,1\111 151 10 7111 611117111 1st to 7111 (5111, 7111 151. 211.311 1 inches ‘ ” " 5 Inches Inches No.812.2096.316.2446 FDI: if? 5 P111. 010. F. No. 825 No.817.2447 roe‐”h Htg. or 01 F. No. 823 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. SPRINGS, h/IAIN. No.1712,2449 lam‐‐ {ao 3 1 goI’d-b 1411. No. 1956 1111. or O. F. No.2325.2443 (3:3: P111, or O. F. 1111.010. F. mg, or 0. F. No. 1957 No. 2097 gm‐film Puce ‘ ParDoz. Size L e n a " ) d e m Truck-1955 b 141 in |r1 ‘ Dennisan Gnuzo W1d1‘n 1 20 20 130 ‘30 20 20 " Tongned, n o l braced. 1CAUT1ox‐Notlce dilrerence 11111111111of springs used 111same classes movements,0111111014110 S m , 1720 mm $1’u11ched1 1\1111n Sprlngs. as now used in golng barrels, 1111vc 11hmcc W111] 11projection each 51dc nl‘ spri w1|1befilled \\'11h such, unlessspecinuy ordered 115 tongued or punched' when barrels are not p r e s e n t s l y l e o f b r a c e , b y b r e a k i n g o fl o n e p r o j e c t i o n L h e s p r i n g s a r e 115 o r l g l n n l l y m a d e , 111111 1111 ortlors 01111311 for the 0. F. No. 2326 1112, 010. F. No. 2327 Em Km H1g. No.1713,2450 No.1720,2339 1061J 74 mg» or 0. F. No. 2324 mg. 010. F‘ N o , 2329 ' Cat‐ |alogue No. 2d 15;um!3d 3d l 6 PL.Hunting.Pendnntsuu. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. SPRINGS, NIAIN. ' Allfixesa'nd..flame:o,rour l . <0 .240 Ionlz. Lonlz Hub , No,860,th» ”h ,735lon,v,,5nonl-lub No, WM,0. F. <<>.256long No,Bfll.Ht; orO.F. as» Jello“; Na.I905.Hg.or0. F. ‘ <3:-.240lon¢.5honllub E <> .235 long, Long Hub l il i No.1902,Hiz.or0. F. No,BGI,mg,010.F. ________ No.566.Hit. GD mole“ No.1905 mg.or0.F. No.867,mg. -4> .l98loug No.868,ng. ll .256lonz < 3 ? .302 long i c l ) »E .__________.__ i I {Wannabee} 42>J“ “W. (a, .ls-tlong “33h49°‘°"1 ¢’ ,l74long No.868.Hig. N“.569.His.0!0. F. No.17”.mg. No.i901.O.F. WWWW <> .170 long «a» .I46long 49 AS? long w sizesillustrationsof llnlnnceStan‘sareshown that the llecullnrllyln shapema bemoreensllydiscemed, theEnlglcrbeingnclulllsize.andtheotherenlargedlive dlnmetcrs. hollce that in He 18, lb and ti sites.we dlllerentlengthsareshown.thepresentannd10slmbeinglonger.andthellslzeshorterthenformerly made; it is therefore necessary to rune whleh length is wanted. To assist. ln ascertaining thls. b carefully meesurint; the sumtobcreplncedmnd multiplying such measurement by 5. and colupnrlng result t us oblalnetl with the large lllustmtions, the suitable style may bedetermlnzd. l I ll th b i i th R ller nearer the Fork Thehubso!the18sizelronowmadelongerl.anor rm . us rngng e o _ ellowmgtheuseorashorterJewelPin.therebyreducingtheiabllty of breakage. 10710 no 32, 40 92 l o w 43 Old M510 New Style mamin New hule Illto l” ...... 70 SS. 100 lOl ‘See Center Pinionsr N o . ” No.870 Htg. Htg. No.1482 Maw th. at 0, F. Htg. or O. F. czjflftm Htg. No.1716 acne» Htg. or 0, F. No. 2357 me‐ Hiz. or0 F. No. 2359, 2380 me Htg. No.881,382 $133 mg. 0: or F No. 2361 my Htg. No.2358 MED» Htg, ov o. r. Htg. or O. F ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. STAFFS CEN’l Eh. The Wheel Shoulder on mOSt Center Stan‘s is Dshnped. and tits n corresponding hole in the Center WheeL The t w o pieces are held together by screwing on the Center Pinion, between which and the Wheel 3 thin steel Washer is placed. To ascertain Gmde of Movement, consult Ixnzxt In ordering Material, give Catalogue Number and Class. or Number of Movement for which some is required. On Old Style Center Stan's, the Center Pinion is held in position with a Center Pinion Nut. The New Style. the Center Pinion is screwed on Smut Orders for less than one-fourth dozen will becharged at single piece price. Fuse ' Piece Pm Box Deanon oi Moat-men: Model 2d to 4th 2d to Frill 71h id to 5th ht 211 to i n ) [3th 8th. 01h 3d 5111 311 ill] Gth. Tlh. fi l l ] (SILL Tth Old Style New‘style Old Style ' TI I - f to FI’m-ISet),- ‘ ,IIO 5-5'No. a) 75 2C’urhlr,(I‘I(gLev- - GI, 62. 251,211. land.(I) \.0.I m. 51No.I'i|I2,I T. \erIm. (HIn anylon“.hum. (IIIL'.Leversel.) 213.2!”35.559. .30. ' I 1 Wheeler Over‐ lnml. (IItg.Le v ‐ erSamum", l-"crrp. Ryerpon, I“,I7.“ ”to! H. 57 lo'z In,’ 142, It»: Set.).I .I ” . LeverSet-L271. Nr A ganglia,u, “7.100. No.m.m. w No.211. 2' No. 311, m, m, NM . ” ‐ Noammsluu. Nomm.31|.:|s. Nomama29s5.3». . 1 In wnd.Father TIlne,(0I".l’eml Net.)77,no,use, I“,IN. “. No.1,2.131. I 3.0.71. No.92.111,121,135, 50 hp.66,G1. v7.1", as. 95No.as. No.£90.8le38. ' lunar: 74.“5.116, 2 3 , .\'u "11,152,135. 0050.109. "0.14.13 129.130.11'"1 61 $26.207}: [5825], o .s,. I “ . .\o.I5.69,65. XoJSJL N on. m. . 53V0,122.116. 24. some.“ 290,257. \ o . 21. - K 30. S I . Pmnces Ruble. LndydLIFIn4K0y 5m. IInmoaduFuller m‐ 0:32?)de( 0 . P'.. Lev-r Set”), 215, No.1“. .\o.m, In D .,boverse H‘V. 010 F. STOP \\7OI_\’I'S, FEMALE. | F u n Deuvimlon 9! Movement M o d a l é P - e c e Po» 0 No. 938 3523 H9; orO F. STOP \V()RI\’S, R/IALE. Pnco Ciass '‐'‐‐‐ S u n l e . o vO . F . l CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN l'| I"Ihl)m1-lul I'Mhu I B,’Tny.lorOverlnmlI.”II 0.10'101 5II\'0.IQI,“ I ,I “ . No.WI.III7. .WI. . '3 .\'o.It": 9 “ heeltr. nv'cr- I1“.I?é182,195. 105, 1’5, M'NOJH.II "9.132. I I , 75. In, ‘o.Ii».m,247. N! No."1,131,161. 1 1 7 ..\o1 1 35.9)0115.1 3 0,. m’we m.’m, 245. {571m 1 » . I1,41.u w. a, 3a36,’arm. 26]. a: $0,249. wind Gu.ll Borden.Dex‐ 63No.m,m,2|s,m. Pxeco JO .10 JO No. 842 G) m g . o r 0 . F . Piece Per Box Sim Prico .I0 30 .I:'| .II) I. For Dot. . Suv 1.00 13 1.00 III 100 IU F. PI. 3.1 Pi. “ I s l lo 5!I'I.7lI'l Isl,2d,61h.711! Isl. 97 [July III I! ( 0 . In.Pen.set). I. 2. I . ' F. PI. Islto5th.7th Isl.2d,tub.7th Dem mm M Movement Mymgnmmu N u n s - u . rend. mm. 1903 98,97 No.843.1916 G 0 Hug,orO. F, No.1917 Go H(14010.F. . ,. Na4844 C13 A ng.oror F, . .. ,, . ; . No.148i 09 mg . ‘ ,u ng ovOF, , i Class 1 1 0 11.61 1066.10.310106. 1,106,91011.61 . 30 3210 41,9310!) .9R.103.10 171020.?2Lo:28,30,3i. 4:3, 43 44.45 . . 671074, 87,BS,100,101,111101H, 461048 > Price ___ Description oi Movement ___‐_,_ Kind sviing lirnznct 191111 " " lireuuei 1‘1ul lireuuel ‘ lireeuei ‘ ltv-ezuel ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. STUDS, HAIRSPRING. 50m? “056 , 5710641761066. 116,117 581060 ,,,_,.,iii . No.847,1480 ‘ No.850 852 G 0 f0 0 ng 010 F. ‘ Mtg, 140.854 N041903 «so a, 'P|ece PevDox. Sue i Model 151105111 1:1 10 51h 1~1 61h 81h. 91h 1:1‘ 211 lit 103rd,5111 0115. 1:1. [0 n STUDS, h/IAIN \\7I‐IEEL. Description MODELS OF MOVEMENTS | Sizel Model I Description xPL,OpenFnce.l‘cmi. L‘t Expowc]\\'.\\’h. FunPL,Hunting,KeySam 15 FullPL,llulltlng.Lever Belt. 10 Full1’l..Open Face.Pendant,Son. 10 PL.Interchangeable.Pendant.Sett. 11 1]P1.OpenFace.leverSew 12 91PL,OpenFaceLeverSew.Exposedw. \\'h. u Pl. Hut-Lime.(leverSew, Expoaedw. \\'h. an 1m,Hunting. KeySew. 10 FullPL, Hunting. Leversett. 6 X g},anrchm mble‘Leversent. a 1’ ' p v 0 51PL,OpenFace Pendant.Sett, 0 X PL,Hunting. 1end.Sen...ExposedW. Wh. 10-0 M1 Inh zd M X P) xP 1’ Huntlllg.Level Oped \V. \\'l|, Open Face.Level xposed \\'. “1.1. Hunting, Rey Sum Him or 0 F. To ascertainGrade01Movement.consult INDEX. In ordering lialeriul,give CatalogueNumberundUln»,or Number of Movement for which same is required. Orders for less lhan one-fourth dozen will he charged in. smgle piece price. 1S " i ‘F ‘ 711) ‘ Price ; Piece [PmDol ‘ , o F Description oi Movement Sue Model , ,, JO \1,00 18 if VI. 8111 .10 1.00 10 “ I s l , ”1&1 g P1..11unllng.KeySell. x PL,11unllng.1’elld.sett..Expmedw. “m, x PL,Open Fnce.Pend. Sew,pro>edW. \\’h. x pr.Hunting,KeySen. X PL.Hunung. Lever Seth. X l’l.,liunflng,I'endnnlsetit. PL, fllllltlng.1’endnl|l Sen. PL, Hum-lug. l’end. SetL. Exposed W. \Vh. PL,Open Fnce,Pond.sen Exposed“x wn. P1 Open Flee.I’end.Set . Exporcdw. \\'h. oi l1>7h..~l|l11.\ 7 2 1 . 1 4 ” , .. No.1923 A 1:7 1.11.7,010 F . . JO . I .I0 Pncu 1Place LPer DDi. ' 1.00 | .7.'7 I 1 | 117.11 111 101311. 117110111. _ .:10 . JR) . 30 no ,30 1071 0! Movement Model m mm.7111 ' l! .'-’_"[Ull ‘."’U7'. 1 I " ?10110 ' 10010111110111. . 11.171, 5KPl. 311.51h107”),01h ' Ihlnlnonlhung-vi ninmfix'r 1 "9501.1 ' “ $11,311 ,, 1.1. 2.1 " Isl. 1.0 31! \er erSui‘.HEM. wt.),(1M."75.13, . . a Tnflorim'crlgeml, I t s : e v e r 1) 111\'m' 147.143.2717 13.7. 91 A v e , L e . m l e r . 1 1 , ' \' ' $0.13. NJG. - ' \\ healer Own‐ 1 1 H ci g . . , L l o v ‐ 501,217, Seam F e 7 7 . 1 a9 . r s o n , 16.17.5657.53,31, 11 131,511,119. 1151137 131' o. en,’[mar-7911, F1953:31.71.1?" . n r g0 " ( N I C O chlst.'.\170.5.$K: D.10 1.511, LadyElgn(flKey \\')lnd . Overland (0. R. 51.1.6.15.711169.” Q' .m. W' 13“"2’1; , ° 3, L 6e1mr g?“ 5. 111,51."QI'B' Lever Set), 265. 1.'.1' 76.16». ' .\'o.1"1131.1178. .oa',1 1 0 . 4 1 3 Lady 1:1 11( o . 1771,” .sen). m 1111_.: “Leve“r18003. 2d: 3 1 1 1 1 1 . 21:1111 11La 9‘ihelflfl'fr.4°”? 7" 105, Z\'°117.111,1191:1~ 1' v- 1111 , ’en I. 2.157. $172, 111,127,115, 1 .\'0.5, I4. No.I9. ‘0.III. .\'o. 21]. 213. 221, No.1:1,191. Nmo.aos.ment-711111111. No.It K0.Mflflmfl No. IRI-287. My 1mm-(o.1?., sun.at No.1 0 ; Penn.seu),ss. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. , . . . WASHERS, ARBOR. I Fun P i u s 907001 Jo JD .10 I Descriptionof Movement 5170 " .' o, . . . ' 75 o . 111 - 5 0 . 111,131, 1177. . 23.711,” "0 m, 501 ‘1'61im'127 , 1-111. S. CEN’I‘EIQ PINION. No.1554 . MAS-1555 ©@ Htg.010. F. . 1471.010. F. $.15.1». 1 m m , “ 2 4 . 0 2. 1 0 . 2 1 2 , 2 3 0 , 2 5 7 . 0 2 4 7 I! \ ' 0 . m . NOMLMJWJII. ROMS”.S".516. vaco I ’ Piece | PevDox. Descriptionof Movement Sire No.1920 Hm,01o. F. Htg or0. F V V I ‐ I E l iL . Hz. 010. FA No. 2057 ' Hiz, or O, F. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. V\7ASI‐IEIQS, h/iAIN SCRE\N’. Pucc l Descupnon 07 Movement No.1484 HigvurO‐r. 340.1485 ‘ th‘ A \ / V A S I ‐ I E 1 \ ’ S , mg 070.r No. i92l ‘ 7 m "No.l922 O F Puce l Class __‐'7, ‘Plece PevDoz. Descnollon 0! Mmcmen: Orders for lesslimn one-fourth dozenwill becharged ni Single piece price ________‐_____________‐_______‘ Description MODELS OF MOVEMENT54 i S|xe| Model ' , ' 3d Dcscnpnon X PL.Open Fncc‘l’cml.Sell. X i'i.. lluutlllg,LC\‘ci‘ Sci! X i’i.,Open Face.LeverSELL, X l’l',Hunting,h Sclt. x PL,limiting.keySew _ x i'i‘.Hunting,l’cnd.Sam. Exposed\\'.'\\hf ’ FullPL, Hunting. Key Seth I“ i-‘ull l‘i.,Hunting,Lever Son. 10 FullPL.Open Face.l’endnmsflb. in PL.inlemhnnueuhie.i‘endnnl,Sell. H uil Pi.Open FM.1£\'EI‘ Sea. 12 X PL.OpenFace LeverHem,ExposedW. \\’h. 12 a;PL,Hunting,[Leversew. ExpusedW. \\'h. 12 i uliPL,iluming.KeySen. no . 0 p c n i-‘ncc.i‘emi. Sen.,Bposed\\ ~\\ h. . Hunting.KeySen. , Hunting. Lever Sect. Fulll‘l..Hunting. LeverSen. 0 x PL,[Merck-m bie.LeverSen. ..nunnng.Pendant5m. H u n t i n g . i ' o n d m tS e n . _ . i’ii. H u n t i n g . r e r Sen. luntlnw.l’end.Sen...Egposed“ .\\ii. . penF m ,i’enmSent. 1X|)01~cll\\ \\ h. PL,sweepSecond.LeverSe". 2 PL,OpenFace,PendantSen. x PL,Hunting,i‘end.Bel-L,ExposedW. \\’h. 10-0 ' Pnecc PevDo: ‘ Sue ‘ Model Mi) mu 311105111 bill. Till fllh Gill 7mm!) ml» 71h Si] 311 20 l . 511 ‘ M o m 6111.71]: ml] min. Till L’d Lid l>i o.o.r. " :l l- l .1 Cmu-r “haul: l: l) shapedand ms 3 correspondlng slwuhlcn:on Center sum“, jl'llc two I tnrxlibel(In!1vtlzzl~hcrly acrcwlntgLn‘lheEcmer l'inlon. between whlch and the \ heel a t h i n steel \ usher ls Pnzc l ‐-}_‐_' l Piece Pe'DDL‘l Silo llOvl.Tl0‘.’LG-").0l) . . _ , . ... . Dncnolion ol Movemnt ls! to 5111.71h 131.105”! 150.to 5th,7th Isl. to 5th lst to Jllh 6 t h a 8th. 91h Isl, 2d .'l'l. ls!,2d.Gl.b.7lb,9|h Quick 01h. 71h ls!195th 5.“. I0. ll.bllul}l.103!0l0\} J?) s i Train Quulck Fl‘nt Slow Qu'lck llo-l.7mfl,l'.1 5.0. l l ) . 1 1 , 0 ] l o 3106... v _ ' 70. Tl .. »Il'>.... , -lT, Pollshcd G llded Pollshed G 1151011 Pollshcd Gil‘l‘lcd Gold Polished GI 15160. n Cold l’ollshctl Glf'lcd l ’ o llshcd ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. \\7I‐IEELS, CEN’FE1? Him-ll will) sulill (Sclucl' l'lnlon,m Observe that IRsize Mon-moms are made bolh Quick and Slow Tmln. No.1927, 2 | 5 6 Big.or0. F. No. 2296 N No.|010,l925.2335 " Ha.orO.F. No. 948.1354 Hg.orO.F. No. 1929 0. F. No.1487.1567, 2336 mg.01O.F. No.954. 1475 No.955 OD 04°30 No.1552. 2297 g5 %@8 Hts.or0. F. ml.orO.F. mg.or0.F. be slnlzudon. 00“; ’ 9?) Q; 90 1 , 1 lst. 3d, filh 1st 10341,5th 3d. 5th to 7th 15" Pollshed Gllded Pollshcd Glldcd Slow 2d.3d Gold Pollshed Isl5°3d Isl. 3d. 3d Isl. Gl'z‘lcd . o. . 103101t‘43...,,,_ 5, o. 10. 11101 {0 " M to -ilh “ 2d to 511117m 2d [0 nth Gil) 3d 131, ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. WHEELS,CENTER‐COMPLETE. Pucu Flour 1PmDox, Description 0! Movement 51m 1 Model Frmgh 1 Ullllwl ‘ Quick " “ 1 ‘ I’0!I\Iiwl ‘ UIIthI bold l’nII~IiwI ‘ minim] 2130 Orders for less than one‐fourth dozen w i l l be chargedat single piece price. Obserzve that 18Size Movements are made both Quick and Slow Train. 0A R 8. 8A 0 5 4. 9 I’ollshvd Gildml 1 f "1 Finl’L Qulck 1Fl' 1 .. Slow Quick 1 NIH“ 1 Quick 1 “ . Slow 1 M .. .. ht .. 1I.1 sm,91h ia'i. ‘ Gnld Gilded (S 4, S. 7. 5. I1 9, R. 8. G. (IIIdt‘LI 5 9 1 I'OIIiIIUlI B LEIIde i). I'i)Il\‘Iit'iI R Gililml I. Gold 3d. 51h : '” Gilded 6th. 7111. mh ‘ Gold 0111,Tlh ‘ I’ulhllul 1 ii 71 8. 7. 5. I. 8 I’olixln-(I Gilded a Gold I‘t)II~I|l!(| 1 GIIKIL'lI Gold 0IIdmI 1‘OII.\Iu-111l1l.1'>1h 107111 1 ‘1 1.357‘ 141"1 9111 1“1"1 1558 1" 9911-1.11, 1-1 110111111 1 1:1 .1 13 1 171 13 15 ; 1 WI 1-190 “90 1-100 11110 991 991 1559 991 991 2101 1190 1190 993 993 9113 ms 1 21115 ST. 28111101101, Ed13d 1 “ 1 " “ 1 111111 s111.11 1:1 1 67,71 , " . “ " 1 1““‘“ '"171 “ “ “ 1 1 1 : 1 1 ( ” 1 1 1 1 1 1 11-1 “ " “ ‘1 ‘1 1:1 .. 51,511.11. 511,116. 117 . . 601 711, 79, 571513 .. 1 1 1- 1411111 " 119:15 96 _. 11551 No. 981, 93512168 1412, 0101 F. 1 1 1. 411 . 1 v ‐\ x -a \/\7I~IEl:,LS. hSCAPb. P n c e 1 005111911011 01 M o v c m c m ‘ ‐ + > W," ‘ S-m Mudm me 7691111 1 1 1 Cinss 111.1 1911-10 Pchox 1 1 1:1111 511-11 11 ( m a u l ~ 1. 11 '1 1 1 No.991,1557,1556 OD Q9 Htg.or0, F. .1 ( 1 0 0 15 ‘ 2.00 " 1 175 “ 1 1.50 " 1 200"1 15“1""‘“1'15. 9 0 0 “ 11.1» 1 " 1.50 ‘ 9.01) £ 0 0 1 3 111 1 "(1111‘1“1 001“ " “ “ 11 “ S1i1 F111,11111 151 2d 111. 211, 11111. 7111 1;111,71i1.9111 1~1. :11 N 105111 11111. 7111 1 1, 1 10 “ 111 " “ “"“ 0 ““ “ ‘‘ 1 .. (11111 1 111~1111 1“ 1 01111 11111141111 13 1 . “11111111 1 1:1 1 I'nii~|imi 15 1 1 111111111 1 15 1 1~111 1.11111 15 1 11.1.1\11~11 1 15 1 -' 151 1 $111.11 15 1 1.11111 1'1 1 1 111111111 .1 1 " 1?»1 1101141111 111 1 M111 1:1 011111-11 15 1 “ 11 311 1 1..1 1..‘ 1..1 1 ‘11 "" 1) 11 1 11111311 1-1 11 111101111 1 "1 ' 11 “1 " 11 11N mg, 11 11 11 111, 211 111 No.99312365 1 No.1955 1 1 re ‘ {a 1 be [1111.010. F. O. F. No.1490.1559.2161 1 TWO51235OfESOBPOWheelshavebeenmade 111“10 is. 16and 8 Sizes; the larger slu: bemg Lnown as 1\o1\' S l y l e , a n d a l l o r d e r s w i l l b e fi l l e d w i t h such. u n l e » O l d S l y l e i s m e n u o n e d . To ascertain Grade or Movemem, consult lxmzx, ln ordering Muierial, give Catalogue X11111ber11n1icin~<.0r Number of Movemcm for which same is required 0955119110" nu PL.Hunting.Kaysen. 111111111,Hum1ng,1.everSea: FullPl..01nnF-ce1l’endnncSect. Lev"Sen. rersm. Exposed wlwn. ~. an Ant [L 5 1 P L , H n n l l n z . 1 e5 n d . S a m , E x p o s e d W . W h . 11 Site 111 12 Model Descnphon 7th 1111.eumFaunI‘eml.su 1 ,a, ‐ 3111 x .I11'u111111g11.erer50 PM““ 'v“1’hh 111.11 : ., 1 L131 risen-1Exposed ‘ ‐ l s : X PL. 15: y PL,Hunting.KeySe! W Wi‘ 2d xl’l-.uuntins~1’°"d ' "1E’Jmmd "v “711 PL.lnumhqnuuble.Pendant. Sen. ll l'l.Openl 1 Wk. x PL,gpcnnee verSeuq Exposedw. Key Sen. 51PL- “ H u m 1-u l lPL.Hunting, 11111111.11111111113. Leveram. 51PL.hum-u. 1:10.LeverSen. KPHHamil-z. Verse“. 3151-13:31;1:30:13.leaversEetL 34 x 1111: 111 241 x 111.1liunung,PendantSen. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS, KJD Q9 ng.or0.17. 1 PL,Open Face.1- Sen..l~.xposed . PL. 11nn11ng,xey belt. 111.1llumlnlz- Lever 50“‐ x p11,llnntlng.l’endanlSew W 11111. 24 x 1111, 1111111113; Inland send Eggggi“~, “111. l. 0 en ‘nco. en e .. ; ' ‐ ¥ F L J 0 1 1 m F a c e , l ’ e n e m , p r o w d ‘ ' “ h ‘ 1 1511101 13 ' ~ 1; 1 G1141vd 15 5111-1 1 1; | 1“1 15 1 l‘nlphed 1 1a ’ 1 (Aided 1 1:1 1 11 1-1 . 1 "1 1:1 1 1 1’1 13 1 1 (5111 1"1“117,1 1 011111111 1 “ 1110114 1 1 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. VVI‐IEELS, ESCAPE A N D PINION. Cll- Pncc i Descriptionoi Movement llogue Clem ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ Tram No, i Model Pivot 09.110 Sunlight Wheel mm ll, I n) ' i ’ d l o 5m, 7th IQuuick ; 2d [0 Euh , 2d lo 5m, 7m ; l s l lo 51h, 7th lv'lni l " " Steel Gilded Steel Gilded v-IN, H’rll Gilded 'I I No. 999, MM mg. ovo. F. No.1005.1560,l56l 4. H (I. No. l552.l006,ll95,2336 “i“? No. 1976, 1977 i l e . ov0. F. t Nv. 2i13 ..é._ mg. or O. F. No. 993 l e r No.1908,1978 N+o.2089 I No. 994.995.1491.2337. 2335 i His.or0 F. TwoS-iz'esofTus.‘cnpeii'heels'lun'ebeenmuandelesinsOthled5118.,lewisamndenetiSonlzeds.; the largerslzobelngknownasSew Style,andallorderswillbefilled withsuch. Observemm.18SizeMovementsaremadeboil:QulclxandSlowTrain. ' 2d (0 5th lsl 105m 1»! IS!41h fi l l ) a Bl h 81h. 91h m ll Slow Quick v Slow l Quick | Cone Straight COJ‘D Straight .- u .. u u .. Z: Z Oxnl Steel Flu! Gllded Oxnl steel Flu! Polished : any“! Oval} Steel ll'l'nl Gllgcd 0m! Steel l Polished Gilded " Polished " Gilded 0qu Steel l‘al Gil-dad Pol[shed Gold . Polished ' Gilded Gold Fiat 61h. Till l:~'l. 2d ls! lo 51h I~l,1ld. 51h g dlll, 7th. on: i mhhflh 51h ln 711) mu l j l _§_ mg. or O. F. " nnu Polished Gilded Polished Oval pm | Gilded N o . N 9 3 , “ 9 4 . 2169 O. F. "0.10071‘9197 2367 4. Hig. cl 0. F. Steel d. Hu.or0.F. Cat- llozuo N11. Pucc E Descrmlmno! ancmwfl 1 RaymondFather Thnc(ll|.z..l,er» "$111,121.11,70. 159,164 1 3 1 1 s h 1orOverland. 21111.101.1111. 51xo.1:1.1:11.1ns. 71\o.19|19- 97|11.111- 111.411 10. '01111. S e L ) . .~ 99Verlms. ( m g , vorSe'..),'.‘1|. 11. 111 1011101511115. 115 11 .m,un.2os.3es. 11o No.m.s1x.szo,m 111 111,419,111. 9 138,139,181195.133,175,230,Z(l, 2101.“ 1. 200,2 E C lass No.1932 E E 110.1934 . 11112101 ve'r1nnd.1z1,111,i1s.z19.s1153'. 2 Culver (111gLev- 511155 2. 1111131101193. (111g. FerSet.i 20. 3:1. s a , u , 1 1 , m , 11.’1271'1,115,111 151511511111. as No 1.1 No.11. so110.11», 11107111, 21.1 4\]Vl1edelert Over- . And er Se Fer 1 1 , 1 1 6 3 “ , 5 1 1 . 3 . s 1 , 5 0 en, 1nrgo,Auvgncg', Chief. Agg,5, s, 9.111 12 1.1 111.11, ,556 11,1311 131. 111:11131159: 21' m 110.2111.5. so.31. sen),1%17‘s1,11.2. 15 Frances Ruble 47 My Elnln(Key 66 Overland (0.171, noh a r m . (11. L o u - r n).239.' 91 luau-11101111 ( x 1 1 . o. ,uvarsem,. 10 mac-10,251. . 1.11 vs No 211 a No.3,1.u,w.171. 1 Raymondanuler 1 - 1 , “ 10.11l’end. why-11 115, 150, m- s&,“ . 51,11. 911:0 1111 70 M 117.191 71 No 111. 12 No 191,21 1:1 No111. “5.11113, wrson. 91 ,Luder11, 1 K1oJ a: . 2 ,mméow l-lryell, 0 , 2 136112 1 . 1 1 31wo' 151,21 g 1(%2M,215. 10 157,113,155. 1 : 9 , 1 \"0 21.11.2121, . 9. N a . sou/15,211,151 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. mg.0.01F. E 1 E | File010.F. Hig.o'o r WHEELS,FIRS’F. P'lce De;c'1p'.1cn 01Mowmun2 ,, W Model 8111 0111 M|1 Team, VVHEELS, FIRS’F, \\’ITHBARRELARBORANDl-IUH. C|xss No.1931,2164 Htg.010- F. CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN T o m .I-‘..i’ends e L ) , 76.1425 Wheeler, O v e r - 11nd,1o.’1f.1’em1. s: 1\17.115.111 51:11,76, 123, 3:1 \o,1'o1,211.211 1 1 ' 1 1 , , . 1 1 2 5 4 1 2 N 0o 3 1 , 1 1 2 , 1 1 1 . 13 0.11, 15,111,210. . 2 3 L 2 . 5 , , c . 0 2 . s 1 2 1916-11” (0.13101 L o v e r S e t . 1 2 1. 1 . ’ E E 1 1 : . 3 61, m , ’ 1 1 5 l 1 1 4 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ’ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( o . 1 . 1 , e u u ~ 2: 11 21 21 as11 2,131. 191:11.11. as No.92,lu,121,135. 511 110.511, 11. 2 2 . 67 510.190. 511.150.2111. 1111 51 No. 15,151,111 27 No.m,u 52 No.11'9.1.1111. as.\ w. 53 o.12,111. 11 Lndyhlzln(0.F. 11111111.set.1,151 “111111,” 1s Canaan's-1.6011. Lover S e n , ”, 110.1980 mg. 010. F. le.010. r. 111 511.1111, 110 55 1'0. 11-11. 31 No. 1011 105,121,511 .\o.111,111111,1s~ - E 1, 1 106.1543 _______________;_____‐_‐__.___‐‐‐ - 2 3 5 . 1 0 1 1 1 . 2 1 . 1 1 1.5 RaymondJ-‘nther 1 z f . ~ , P1ecaEPevDoz| S u n 'E 10.00E 1s No.1982 1 1 7. 7 MnduE 1 51317.312,111 119. " E E 1 $1111.11”. E 7.14 51h 211. 311 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. WHEELS,FOURTI‐I. No. 1021, 2179 ‘ Description 0! Movement l x.. _"‘‐''~|lesh i Model I ' F . m . ' “ m 1 0 5 m m : isl. lo 51h is!1.0fill iQuick { F l a t " " 511?“- ‘5 G i l d e d " ': _ " ,, ,.uu 4 . 01h (Quick u u G o l d Gilded Gold Gilded " Himor0,F. 54 mg.orO.F. ' 0.F. To nsceriuln Crude of Movement, consult ixnrzx. in ordering Mule-rial. give Cuinlogue Number nnd Class. or Number01 Movement for which.. ne is required. Orders for lessthan one~iourlh dozen will becharged i l l single piece price. Observethat 18SizeMovementsaremadebothQuickandSlowTmin. _________________________.____‐_______ MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. 1 Description 5 Model 1 m- ' Dmnprien Fulll‘i. llnnlln' Kl: sm. hillin;nuunué'fuv’érSon. l-‘uliPL,Open Face.l’entlnnlSalt. xul’l"interchangeable.Pendent.Sen. in} iii’i.openFace.LeverSeu- 16 is 16 XPl.OpenFace.l’eml.Sell"I'Zx redW.Wh. a:w'Hunting.Lever sem.will“w. \\'n. X I. ..Openh u eLeVerSew.Exposed W. Wk. Pl Open i-‘nce.Leveram.ExposedW. Win. if iunliniz.LoverSerb. ExportedW.Win. I'alll’l..iiunting, KeySell. l-‘niii'i..Hunting. LeverSett- l L, Hunting, ey son. l:=.,Hnnling, eySen. 1 ., unlin l’end.Sen" Exposedw. Wit. PL,Openl-nee=l'end.heuupuedW.Wk. I'L.Hunting.keySell‐ l'l..llunlimr' M W ? Be". PL,Hunting.l'endnni.lieu. I'L,interch-nzenble.Lover Belt. PL,Hunting.Loversen. PL.llllnfllls.PendantSeu‐ ,.,'i’i sweepsecond.Leversac. l’l..Hunting.l’end.sew.ExposedW. Wh. X 1 Open Face.l’endnntsen. N l . Inviting,Pen-i.sew.ExpandW. Wt. I’luOwni’neo.i'enu.Bolt...ExposedW.Wh. PL.O p e n Face.Pend-M L .Exposed W. Win. S i l l . 9 t h l.~l. 2d | " 'Ov=il l-‘lni O r n i i-‘im " i Slow 151,211,611; 71h.9!h ‘Quick is! to 5th . “ 01h. Tih‘ mix lsl.3d,:'vllllOTih " Gill.71h ' " la! 7 . u .. 14 Gold Gilded Gold Polished : Polished Gilded mg. ov0 F. No. i931 i s ! man l a t : " No.|0|9.1930. 2377 mg.or0. F. No.1993 i. i l , 8. 29,30.38,39,102 ms,110. 3], 40, 94, 23 ., 71h Tlh. 01h ' "lul ‘ (jlldcd ‘ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. VV'I‐IEELS,FOURTHANDPINION. No.1030 O.F. No.1964 No.1995 Piice Pel D01. Description 01 Movement ' ' Model 15110My 2d [0 4111 151to All) 51h. 7111 51.11 (31h Sill ‘ Oil)‘“‘“ No.1022,1023 l ‐$‐ + ng. No.1031 . . . mg.or0, Fl No.1034,2378 mg, No.2118 . , | No.1035,1986,2368 ng, No.1027 Htg.m 0. F, No 1983 Hie.or0. F. 151.261 “ IS! (0 3d l’lfll Glldcd ‘ Uni] Gold1 l-‘lul ‘ Gilded 1 N ., .. u Glh ‘ ()\iil Gold " ‘ ‘ Hm Gilded 3d,6m‘ I" " Oml Gold l " " 51h,71h,Dlll ; 71h ‘ln " 5th. Til: Allll Isl 2d ‘ Gold Glldod Gold ' Gilded l Ovul Cold ++ 0. F. Flul ‘ Gilded “ ‘ “ ‘ Ovid Gold F l u " Glldcd Pollshcd Gold l ‘ l’ollslled Gilded Gold Gilded Gold G i ldcd “ 70‐40 lPoll>hcdi 70 ‐- 8 < Gilded 70~ S lPolishedl 7U~ S Gilded 70~ 8 19:11.37 10:19si~.1(r' 1.9"KO .10710“0. . 11111161. 111111511 Nu. 40. 186.1036 j""’"'xE W Hm, or 0 F. No.1044, I936 mg.010. F. 1 |I 1 l l s ! 21! I? Mb 51h. 71h Nb 81h. 9111 81h N i . 21] 151,211 3d,5thlo 71!) 41h 61h. Tlh 01h. 71h. mh 6th.7111 1:1. 20.31! Isl. 2d errm } , . 5 . 3 T1?lor.()\crluml ltg.Lewrju.J \'.o 1111213.. 161.211.212. No“1.131,151. Left!Self),2“. \'o.2’75. \'0. .10. 4 “healer Over‐ lnml.(lint.I m ‐ er 800.) 11111111, l-Nnelr) llyerxon. 16.11.66.61.03is1, w,1w,1.5,120, l l : 1 “ ,2714 No. 1 9 ; 0. 11,11.1..no. b Ogden,l-‘nrwell, l-nruu, Advance. Uhlul’.Altmb, !, 111. .!5.15.30,1.11 No‐ No.21,25.90.3!‐ Frlne'fl R u b l e . o. 1 .1_:1,1s.19. 55. 56.65, 75. 57.88. 111» 1-1‘1, 112, m. 9” No.2.1mz1~m,=s1. 0 3 : ‐ $0311.31:310.3". 3°0 m m .3 " .SIB. No om 9.5..26. “ m u m s ; “7.319,fi l ‐ e .\ .111 111,117,111. Raymond.Father Tin-0401.l’eml a n . )17,1111, 1.10, 1 166,131. ) No. 172, 111,121,1.16, 5:0.33.l l . . U. ‐ . . 7 5501211, 211. 21, 2. 131. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. VVHEELS,HOUR. th. ov 0, F. No.1045 Mg.orO.F. mg. or 0. F1 No.|935 Hz.orO-F. @ Hug. or 0. F. No.1938 @ 'l'o.1~rcr1.1111(;ra1luor “owmumconsult lxuzx. ln ordering Mulerlnl,glve CatalogueNumberandClass.or "umberof ”moment {or 11l1lchsamels11311111er , , 1 r 201111orllllu;Lev‐ .\u”101 105, m, 1331. 1:1'1. 1112. 11:1. m.':§0.z:l.m X0. 112.m . S|TnilurJ’vde r l m u l Lgdy El ‘cnd5110.) .1u(-.1w.Pe}n. nS e(a0) ,. . 161.246. . 160.2 “ ,245. .. so. " a u My H g l n(0.l?., P M S ' L ) , 256. Dcscuotiono' Movemenl Model Fillil'l Tuth Gllged Nigkcl Gillied Steel £11,901! ”x IS'.€o.-ll. .GI.G2. 85., 86 ,i1.0'3.m,|os,ml; , 491001. 5310 53 52, 56.75.1[‘ 571050 60.84 .... No. 38 O 51h, 7111 in11 M 3-1. m: 15d 51h i>l. 13d SM.“ S“ Hig. 01 o. F. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. \N’I‐IEELS, INTElQ-SE’1‘T1NG. Hig. Htg. Hig. or O. F, To ascertain Gmde or Movcmcni. consult Ixmax. Numberof Movement for which sumo is required. in ordering Millerinl. give Cululoguc Number umi (Jim's, or {$12 0. F. Q} orF. Description {full PL, Hunting.Key Sou. l-ulll’i..}-luntiug.1.ovnr Salt. FullPL.Open Face.l’endnnLBetL x PI. nmmnnngunble. Pcndnnc S e w Pun . Open i-nce.Lever Sew. I’L.Open Fncc.i’eml.Sol msctl“K }\'h. l'l.,OpenFace.LeverSew ExpandW.\\'h. PL,Hunting. Key S c. _ X PL.Hunting.i‘end.Sen” ExposedW. \\ 11'. X PL,OpenPace.1’ (I. SelL,prOsell“f.\\ h. K P1..llunung.Key en. 5Ki’i..Hunting. Le\er Sen. 5!PL,iluming.Penduun5m. PL.nununp.LeverSen... ‘Exposeuw. wn. uilPL,Hunting. KeySell. FullPL.Hunting. LeverSeth, X PL.lnt'erchnn ramble. Lever Selt. PL, H u n t i n g . Pentium.S e n , i’i.,Hunting. l’enli.Set l’I.,OpenFnce,i’endrSc K PL,OpenFace.Pumi-Set. PL,Hunting. A v e r Sen. P l . S w e e p second. L e v e r S e " . X PL.Open Face.Pentium.Sell. 3 PL,Hunting. l'cnd.Sew. ExposedW. Wu. ‘xposed W. \\'h. xpomdW. \\’h. Exposcdwflvh‐ No.1047 f“ PIQCO For Our. Plicu Description of Movemem Sim| Modci i 1". Pi ‘ 211 to -ni1 \/\7I*IEELS. IN’I‘EYx’=\/\7iN]Z)ING. Descrip‘ion oi Movww n! Per Doz,. 1‐09 . 3d .hM. 3d.Uh MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. ! Siml Model 1 Description ‐______~____I 1th 80h inh 1st l s t 2d 8d In 152 211 IN l~L 1, 1 3d i’i..Hunting,Lever puwiiw. n . '1-1.,Openlfnco.Loveruipromdw.\\n. ' i'l..Hunting.Key Sow. No.1497 @ Sim MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. Sixo Modal Description ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. WHEELS, MAIN. PrIco ’ Descnplion av M o u m m Q mg.or0.F. .. HIg. No.194l No.1943 Flo-1944 "hum ' I No.1498, 2 | 7 l J’MM‘MH,‘ Hm.orO.F'. Model I I . Description Hg.or0- F. Him.orO.F. _______‐___‐__‐‐‐‐‐ FullI’I., IIun(lug,Key Sen. PullI’I.,llunnug,Lover Sen. I-‘nllI'L.Open I-nce.PendantSou. MI: X P! OpenFace.I’cnd.§en..prm-edW. Wh. XP]:lolulungJau-rSou...ExpelledW.\\'l|. “5PL, I ‘ mLoverSen,Lamond W I'I..Iibwmhnngcnblv.Pendant Sun. In 1-IIlNo.”0penI-‘uco Lever Seu- m au- nI-‘ucu.lion-rsat. Expo-edw.Wu. 1: a: I‘L,lolmuIng,HaysBcelt. I'I.,Ilunung.Kl: m.,nnnuxr-g.Pend.sew.Exposedw.Wk. l’pel..0 Fm Pondm. utL,prode.Wh‐ KIM.1Iunltlng.Levy-Sen“ ‘BxpowdW.Wh. I I I ' L , m u l l i n g , Key S o u . I 3d I “ h i 6 M . Huntlng,K e y I ‘ u I I I ’ I . . I I n n l I n g . L o v e r s m . I ' I . . . I n m r c h n n v a l u e . L e v e r m g PL,IIuntIng', verso“. PL, swoop s u o n d . L e v e r a m . X ] 5 ! PL, Humbug: Lever 5 m . 5.’.PI. Open Face I’emlunvseu. x 1m,Hunting.fiend.Seth.Exposedw. wu. K P » M l ’ e n d . S e w . E x p o ! “ “5. “ I ' l l . X PL.ON:Pics.I'eml.S o n ,Exposed\ \ .W11. 1“! I " ! “ D o :l_Su_e | Model Bdw-llh 51h. ITIII fill), 7 “ ) , mb 91h 61111171h in 2d}.3d P l ., l l l l n l . l n g , P e n d a n t sen. ”IJHnntlnc. P o n d u n t S e n . P L , U n n t l u u ' . P o n d . s e n “" i s - M W . W k . le. No. 1054 1 1 R A "mom],Father Tin ifillor.0verlnnd.119 .\'o.107,10§. 1asl’endfiet.» Eu) No. 100,110. . 121,131158. 121,130 1711's N o . 207511213251, H201. \1" ' o..19 . No. 205,215, 211,212, 285. .\'o.250. ' . 191,107. M or Lindy 1:1g1n (<1. 00, 209,110,231. P0111]. Sen), 2 Culversflltgclfv‐ 6] 155.213. 151,211,212. Vern“. mm. Lover Set. , 271. 1050 213022005 203, 3To. lordve’mnd, (1 l g . VerSel.) 20.11, 58.79,so, 163. mi?" No.2 1 Wheeler Orer‐ 111111,(11 "Lev‐ er Ser‐ flln, Feny. arson, 63 81 Fargo,Advance, 0111111,,1ge,5, 11, 9.10 13.13,16.19. 53.00.01 11N o . 11,1, 06, 07 171. 1 RnymandJ-cher 111119401“. P d e n 1m.)l71,1.16, 150, Mm 511700561 o Raymond,Father Tln1e(o.1~‘.,Lever Sen). 110.111,252, 11131’27& 1.ogcfen, Fnrwell, V0. 21,27. 80,31. FrancesRublo 200. 273,277. Overland (o. F., ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. VVHEELS, h/IINUTE. No. 1061 Htg. cu O. F. No. | 9 45 H12. 1412.010. F. 21] (st 10311 151 No.1062,1499,|945 {13 Hie 1110. F. No.1947 To ascertain Gmde of M o r e m e m , consult. Ixmzx. In ordering Muterlm. glvu (1111111031111Number and C111»; or Number of Movement for which same is required. O r d e r s f o r 1055 H u m one~ro11rt11 d o z e n w l l l be c h a r g e d 111 s l n g l e p i e c e p r i c e . CLASS OF MATERIAL AND MOVEMENTS USED IN “111191211361: Over‐ 111111140. 'Penv.L S eFt '.-) 1.24 117“1. 48.2’l9“, 31No.101’ 105, 121, 1:11,15's 1123195. 151.152,131 101210. 1617, 211, 215. '157,158,186. I, 20, 32. 1. 2551 NO 270. Lady ” 110 210. 1“ No.210 212,530,155 112 N.o 113 No. 211, 213, 221 1 “ N303. 201, 293, N308. 321. 140301302.810,” N O W , “311315 No.2$025!1,295.3‘.’5. No 298:3|8,320323. Elfin Key Wlnd) , n Lever Sea), m , . , L e v w s o 1j,‘ Gnfl Borden.Dex‐ zer SL,21,111, a, 63 51. No.01’05'101 5: No.1xm. 283. ( puce Per D01. Sue N: 1181, 190. 233. 115 No.21!. 110 Lady12min(0_F. 111 No.310,321. J 1\'0.103,281. No.102 1'end.Set-L200 Dcscvipliun of Mmoment Model 151104111 Gilded 211 to 1111 5111, 7111 6111 3111. 911.1 Stf‘cl 8111 chkul 141.211 311 [0 5 ” ) (M1 7|11 61h. 11,0111 61111011 SlN'l Gilded Smul Gilded Steel Gilded No. 1063 (9 14111 or O. F. ' 111 N o . 39 1064 ‘ No.1951 f W M No.1952 No.1059 thv orO.F. mg,or0. F. Hm or0. F. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. VVHEELS, RATCHET. \VI‐IEELS. R I N G . l‘ a .i Price ‘ PerDo:. Doscnpiion of Movement . . 1 , ' - ' “h. fd No.1964, 2370 6) His. Htg,orO,F, No. 2055 No.1501. 2369 ' fin www mg, or0. F. fl u , or0. F. I I Price Pieu PerBox. Descviptiono! Movemcnl fit! to { l b " I l32‐7 .‘20 .15 . 5 ! " 1_§ x1: m. | Model 2d19m: 2d to 51h Mb. 7!!! 2d lo 51h. 7111 651k Slh Blh. 01h 8th 2d ISL,2d Blh‘ 71h, 91h Dlh Blh.7”: u 2dh3d £0? “mm.- 4“ Cn‐ nlogue N o , C lus Descriptmn of Movcmcm PerDol. Sixe 4100 18 91PL 4111 Hui. "14 A $164,101. 106 . 1 am I am ‘ No. 57 th. No.1502 i} N0. 79 {35} mg. Hg.or0.FA No. 1939 i? le.ovO.F No. 95 Htg.or0.F. No.176 No.1071 M £432; £3? 0. FA 0. F. No.1940 110.1953 © Htg.orO.F. . . E L G I N N A T I O N A L W A T C H CO. VVI‐IEELS, SETTING. ‘Xot furnished separate from.|he Arbors, and prices inchule 1mm \\ heel u m ] _\rl;0r V\7HEELS, SVVEEP SECOND. 27‘28 .....................,.........,..,......y AG .________‐ 1074 Piecu Model No.1074 ggg Htg. or 01 F. To ascertainGradeof Movement.consult.Ianx. In orderlng Material, glvo Catnloguc Number and Class, or Numberof Movement.for which same 15required. Piece Per Box. Size IS “ Model 2d 10 1111 “ 5111 7111 81.11, m ) . 8m Ed 151, 211 1-1 11d, “11 11.1 Pnce 005chan 04 Movement 1 ; Steel ‘ Glhlcd h l c e l “ Clldt‘d 51m Neel mldml (”Med Noel 1 blue} , ‘_1 {I} mg a.o F No‘ 1073 (0) we. No.1954 G) o F. I‘olhhed 90 (aided . i l No. mes.2173 ' mg, or0. F Mtg, No.1946 Tmucennin Grade or Movement. consult ismzxv Xumbcr of Movement for nhich mmo is required. 0- F‐ in ordering Material. give Catalogue Number and Class, or ’ u r penF m .l’emlnntso ll }:i Hunting.KeySets. ..Hunting.Pend.sen" Egan!W. Wb. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. VVHEELS,THIRD. Model 131. lg 41h “fl“ Description oi Movement | Train Quick 1 Islto3d“" hi I'J i‘Jh’O i ~ t " 1i’oil.~ilc¢l " 1Ulldcd l No.1079 No.Was mm“ Orders for less than one-[nun]! dozen will in:charged at ainglc piece price. Observe that is size Movemcnls are made both Quick nnd Slow Train. MODELS OF MOVEMENTS. Size | Model ’ Deuviplion I Site Modal Descriplion ‐‐ ___4___‐‐-‐‐‐>m PL.OpenFnre.Penrl.Sam.Exposedw.Wk, I! lil i u tin . Ke Sen. 10 . i'l..Hunting.Lever sun.ExposedW W ) . _ ,' . S ill btl I “finals, é-rSen. 10 i’lv.Open hue.Leverbe"...tamed H.wn. l'l..Hunting.Key tit-tr. PL.lnterehungenble.I’endnntSen. 12 l' ll l'l.Open Face.Lever Sen. 11 PL,OpenFace.[Ah/erSew,Emoud‘w.\ I! u‘PL,OpenFace.Feud.sen. pondW.“11. . . In .wversou.. B 1. n m'l‘mnfing, K e y S e n . l-‘uii l'l, Illlnllnll. Luci-set y p] lfiremmn blo.Leversets. V.W . 0 3”i:i.. u r n - r u n g . K e y b e l t . x i I..Hunting. Lover Sett‐ x l'l..Hunting.I’endnntsell. 2 : PL. H u n t i n g . P o n d - m S e n . 5 PL.Hunting.Pena.Seth.Expand W. \\'h. p l " “ H u a n g , l l ) 0 241 Pi"sweepmo , 5 Pi"(men Pm l'emllnlSou- 5 Pl:" M u n g , i‘end.Sew. BxpondW. W. id x l’i»,(ipen tune.Fem.Sen"ExpandW.“ m , 1 PL,Openi'uee,l'and.Sew.Exposedw.Wh. " Slow a .. 51h. 71h 5th Gili Eli), mil ' i'sl to fill! i s ! " Quick " " “ Oval Slow 4Flat 'Quiek Orni " "if“ m - n l ~iv‘iflt Gilded . " 1Gilded ’Goid 0m]i Gold i-‘iul Poibhed O m l Gold ; i-‘lul Polished " Gilded No.1089.1090 1111. No. 1101 No.1091 01F. No. 1102, 2175 No. 1093 No.1094 No. 1100 No.1991 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. WHEELS,THIRDANDPINION. o 15 All 47 l 5 Hm. No.1503, 2174? Hm.010. F. No.1988 No.1989 Pm Descnpllon 01 Movement l Size Model IS 1. 131104th Qulck I Flm } Glldcd ~ ' ‘.‘dto4m “ " " ++‐%‐ + HM. 1411. Hm. O.F. . .- le. No. quZ No. 2124 No. 2129 No. 2129 t;‘%.‘.=% la! (0 (M ' 11h 01h " (Glltlml “ U\'1|l Unld Flu! (illnlml ‘: 1 I ‘ Glldml Gold Glldcd l‘olhhed Gilded Gold 1 T‘nlhhcd Gilded Gold Gilded Gold G llllud PO!lshcd G|1dud Tram Isl lo 1m 5th, 71h 5m (llh 51h " ‘ OHAl Gflld 91h “1" l~l.‘.,'(l ‘ C ' Vlill Glldl'd "‘Umlmud 71h , ' GUI] ‘ (loll! 71h, 01h ‘ " ‘ 5111, 71h, 91h ‘ Flzn Gilded 71h “ “ fill). .lh 1x1. 2d '‘ GUM 4. 60‐‐ S (304 8 7m ”Jill.M.101.106, 12“)! 291031 3‘31041.9‘.l0115,107tollo. Kilo-50.75. l l 5 . . 571060. 701096. I N . ”7 9‐ No. 1700 No. 170! fl No. 1702 ilfl No. 1590 No. 1695 EID mm No. 1696 No. 2371 EOCD Descripliuu 00 Movement No. 1594 No. 1699 SPRINGS,PENDANT. Pvict Nu. IGQB i ToasccrmlnGradeof Movement.consul!lxnzx. In orderly-gMaterial.glveCatalogueNumberandClass.or Number of Movement for which unmo ls rcqm In[03d ls! No. |587 No. |698 m.ca:c:m No. |691 No. 1692 mat-SD Pioco Per Dot. S l u Model 17. P l . ! 5m m: 51h (uh.7th 2d ' h:to3d | Ls; No. 2372 1:3 of Movement Modal M 1 Second Jcnels, Balance Stud Cup Compofilllon 1(5 0 G G 3 1.7.1 1 .\lo: Bil-Z); n|-1 - 0 “ l e rum. 1Comm; _Pncol 5 m m 404 11010 3 Roller G I‘lnlons Cnnnon Sprin s,Cllck “ Seltlng Slnfl's, Balance J .~\~l~‘lm Head. l i r l g h t . E d g e Stoned n n d Cornered. l i ‐ ‘lnl Head. Bright, 1:1! Il4>nd 111114.I(1;_r>\u1‘ \10|lt«1 ‘\Ol S l u m11 Descnptlon of Mowmcnl Modal In .-\s~orledScrews.(he most promlncnt one< are finished nccordlng 10[he leucr under which 1110 |n'1co, is quoted; 1hereare. however. several olher styles of Ilnlsh included in assortment. As a rule, nearly all Screws used under the Dial nre l-‘lul Head, Gray. Assortment Numner 2459 2-160 2161 2-182 2403 Astoria-lent Number 2477 Assorted Sues Per Gvoss SuilnHo (or 17, | l ,\11 $17.05 and Mo‘! Grndcs ’1‘INIING SORlE\\/'S. In Assortments 01 mo In Aiscnmenls of 50 M°"°' 15!to 5111.7th 151.to 71h.on: 2d. 3d 151.2d 15! 1 3 DOL. It! 1 F 11‐l(e\431114:,lf1 Blue. Assortment N umber Size Kind Gold Mode| 151.105111.71.11 mh.ml) l a t m Tlh‘ 911) 2d 3d 151’, 2d 2d.3d Isl. 2d FOR USE AND METHOD OF APPLVING TIMING SCREWS. SEE PAGE 86. FEEGMTQ‘ n e w » 4, msun-nus: \~."-, “NRNANNY.HANDS sum-nu. mm LSSOHTMU“ mass mmt u. s o u “O“RNANNY.“NBS sunm u . we: 7 alsalwuvmwtuns - 7 a t ;Juann a n - q “ : ‘,-, Asfifltfihflzxifl T\V§‘\.\”C2 “S§\§ERWS 9°“ w w w '- “sou-um} Nozaaé ( us‘oaxfimzug’zu , my“N13”: ,\ tslltn.|c 1 “0“R&M\N“TE“M\DS ,‘,\“0“R&M\“WEHKNDS ' "' , TWMfiE igfifaws ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. ASSORTEDMATERIAL, CONTINUED. M M “1"magma,“ _._fl.7 , a) , m2“ 5S‘z‘ 5‘1‘( ’ g‘L;‐ if}: ., %a,W m . L m “( m e mmm » sssegfiflgaggw “ngggggygm ‘tfi\ “WEEggws\ “Nmfg223.95 ,\“0\)R&u§nfi'it°§§uus .g\uo\xk°&umfi°1i°\’mos $“\‘KB\‘.7D“ ‘ 5\“Ylbl‘: {GR “l SLWDSNONL“cu“ i: 7 b $ l e “ ,“(ht-005!) 7 b u mVWlUD-‘S ‘ ,” mssun-msinour.nm aim‐d 's‘wozv. 7 “OUR kND M\NUTE ‘ " smnsu.row 73541sz \ molzyjlflsi 5°""“ nozoos ASSORTED ' r‘ - , , "°1 ‘ ” - wsomw ', la su: \ , . composrnon< , 4, .. T‘ M‘ N G S C R EW 5 NUh/IBERAND GRADE \N’ITI‐I CLASSIFICATION A N D DESCRIPTION OF MOVEMENTS h / I A NU F X A C T U R ED T O D r \ TP 3 233.000, A val: M'm (gulch Mn“ Quick Number and Grade, with Classfllcalion of Male/ml and Descnphon 04 Movement, IGmde. Class4 Size 1Ray. 1\‘ F. P]. * . 1Mom Culver Ryer. W1). . 1R301“. ,1 \\'IL Ryer. Ray. Culver Quick Slow Q ulck Slow Quick ream: tum-1 N‘JK‘V] >5 nu] tum-J mun . Ferry ,j) v, ' (rmlcn ‘ Lullin Rh-r. g l-‘vrq .; Wh, Lullin \\'hv Furry (mllcn l" r:' \\ h. Ferry \\ h. I," ll i n er. Number. Io 40min ,| Number and Grademfith Classi'icauon 09 Malerial and Des mi. 1 , l'ulvur ,' 11,| Lu!!!“ - . . \\’h, . i'uh'vr .« un_ 01 Movement. Model. y ls! .. 170.0“). . . u .. 2a to MI: Lever Quick " " slow Isl Key Quick “ " slow ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Tax. Fargo Ogden 234!b S l 241701 Number. Grade. Class. Sim. I Stth Model. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Gmdo, with Chssificxlion of Material and Description of Movement, Cuher L. F. F.P]. ‘ 5A ‘ Gfldcd 91Pl. “ ; “ Ray. F.Pl.‘' E‘j Pl. F. P]. H Pl, 1". 1’1. \‘ 2d1041h‘ Lm " 14 liq . jOgdun (M1. ,.'I).St. l, "a! la uh Lever 13! lify 2d to fill bl 2d (0 41h ' 2d[0-Il|l Lever ' 2774“) mam,,.,. I Manx,.,...i 28mm 281.07“). .1' unto , Rycr. \\'h. R) er. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Grade, vuth Classification 0! Mltmiil ind Dewrivlinn of Movement. _ ‐‐‐-‐‐‐‐-‐‐! inade.! cuss. | Size, [ Style. IModel. I5m. ' ' mg. Gilded ‘zdlgm- Louver GR g Wh. Omlcn i| \\'h. i liilxhur Ogden .. l8 . Vlmdcn, Wh. “h, 0.) ' _ Oudcn , I Furry Wh. 1m. u If} 5 F.P]. ‘nn .. .. 15! Key .. .. M. Roy 2d (0 4th Lever I u .. a .. nu uu Key 21d l o u h L e u ‐ lsv. Key 2d113ill: Lever .. u u u u u u Numbon 5 Grade. 1Class. | 39 i M 2|I Sue. F4 P ] . Ji PI. F Pl. 5Model. i lft ZQdm-nh ‘lal‘ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Grade. with Classification of Malonnl and Description 01 Movement C u ] vcr TS] ’1‘u\u 151 ‘ K0) Slow Quirk J, le 4 Gilded \ ‘.‘\lm -Ilh Quick mummy Ll‘\ vr ‘ m. 1 Kw) 12d1041h‘ LL-wr Quick Maw Quit-k Slow Quick l2d to my m L1'\ vr M n “ S10“ Quick E ] ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Grade, with Classiliclhon of Material and newswor- of Movement. E41|1>no4|x..|m ' M u m m . zoo ‘ 411201 411370 , 4n,:;| mm: E a I-Il.3l( X 4 H, m1 EH M ) " .||_\ln| I ‐l_l'.'.(l'l I Z > Numbm. Nickel Ulldcd 2d to 4le Nickel Glt‘lcd ' . ' d filo4 t h 2d lo 41h .. " ( 1lto41h u u u u a Number. Grade. 10 533.000. 9 " 685.000. 10 WAX“). 9 Class. Sue. Style. Gilded Gilded Nickel Gilded Nickel Giliiwl ,\ lt'Lcl Gilded Nickel Gilded u Nickel Glidml Nickel Glidud ModeL l Sen idtoill)‘i imwr ELGIN NATIONAL W A T C H CO. Number and Grade, wiih Classification of Material and Dcscvinivon cl Movement. Nickel (‘llllcd Nickel Gilded Nickel Gilded N ickcl G l ided Nickel Gilded Nickel Gilded Nickel Gil‘c‘led Nickel Gilded l\'v_\ i41hl i2dloilh Ini. L'tl 14 Quick S10“ Quick Slow Quick slow Quick x14!“ Quick Slaw Quick 1 1: ickcl i211in nu ‘ 151 2a to 4th Gilded y, Nickel 3d Lu’vr 13! Km 2d 10 ill) limn-r 15'‐ k“) 3d Lover 14 4th id to 41!) 1:1. 3d 2d to ill) 15! 351 2d M to 4m 3d 15V. 2d to «ill: lst, 211to 4th 151 -. Lever 11 ls‘L K e y 2d to 4th LCVOI’ ‘Jllltlll MM mum 025,01” (mum £73701“ "L“.llll mum" " 3d Nickel 4m Gilded 2dto 411i " is! - '., ill,,l'l . ,. 0mm UISJKDI mun»! WWII 1115.0"! Gilded :. .. 1,213,001 1314.00] sum-n , inh'yvunl, _v film-n” , 915mm)!" Mun“. . ELM“). svJun! . ..l., mnpm ‘ ‘MLOIM ‘J , Nlckel Gildcd Nickel if, Mckc‘. Gilded ad is! " “ " 3d lst 4111 1"! 2d 10ith‘ IE! v,,,, . . ., , . ',’.‘ " l . ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. ____________‐_____‐ .. .. ‘: ‘V’ a,m. lu),im,, “Tumv 07mm., , I . , ‘ “ influx)” ,', 'l ‘__ " “Nun", 8', ‘-,. " ‘JNUlIl NlJl'l infimi mm)!,,, , mwm Lounuxu l, awn limjm ”will” Nickel Gilded \'lckcl , , u ' “ z ' | Style. Model. 5 m . Gilded Mtg-uh Lc‘yer ' " ' 9 dt o i i h 1, Nickel N ickel Gilded N lckel .. 3d la! ls! Gilded Sickel Glll‘icd .\'lckci Glidcd qukel u Gilded 54Nickel Gilded 2d 311 15: 3d " M L If " M io 41h " ist Nickel “ Gilded 2atoill) “ lit M to 41h 311 lit 2d 2d 1241!) 151, 211 t o { i l l isl. 2d 1041h Isl ¥ 68‘ 69 70 80 85 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade, with Classification 0! Malcrlal and Dcscrimion of Movement. Grade‘ Class. Sue. Style. Model, “ Nlckol “ ‘ Inu'ii. “ Jllg. Gilded Nickvl (w'illloil { ,\|(7|u’i ‘ " 1 Ulllli’ll 1/3 M o m ] Gilded ‘ l0 ‘lib N l in ill]1 1~l “ Nlrkcl ’ 13d (iildud ‘ l‘l Niclml 311 Nickel Gilded H “ 3d " ‘Ed 10 i l h 14Nickel ’ “ Gilded 351 u isl Nickel Gilded Nickel Gllded Nickel Gilded % Nlckel Gilded Quick ’ Nickel AGilded 2d19~lh H i. nm Nickel 2d ,. m Gilded " 44 3d u Nickel Gilded n “ lit ‘7, Gilded “1d 1041h ‘ Quick .. .. JA l/._» N i c k e l “ ' “ Gilded hi ‘ “ 2d|oiih ‘ ‘ “ “lxl‘ K4 ,\ A‐ “ " " Slim‐ “ ‘ lo -iil1 Lover ‘ “ Nickel 3d “ QuickI Imch. Gilded ‘ i~t mg,m‘‘~ nN “ 3d‘ Gilded H l. hi .. n ‘ Rd N .. N ‘fl Nickel “ “ Gilded , " V; Nickel ‘2d lOvIlll “ Gildt‘d”i “ flis!“ " Slow " muh lwl " " Slow Quirk ‘ " u ‘ 1m ‘ u 2d 10 4th 1. is! .. u “ l 1 ‘l 1, Mad!!! l.i~5>i,mi lN' Z l m J u i l annual $115,001 2,i'..‘0.il(ii “At-am! .’ i'.’v5.in)l 1127.11“! . _ . -, , »: . ' . V,Nickel (”14 d Nickel Gil'xled .. 5101191 5 14 Nickel Gil't‘led Nickel Gilded Nickel Number. Gum] cm. g Sue. il. a?a Style. 5 Model. _ V m i n , .. ngck r " Nickel isl, ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. 131 Number and Gvadc,wi1h Ciusviicaiion oi Material and Descupilon oi Movement. | i1. i I | l l 1NHIll”... l ' Jun!“ , , 1 1m".'-.v. 1 3d 1 15! I id m 4": lK is! .N>.i.iliii)_ Lu MiilL. 2!!Ni,iiiiil.. "Julian magnum,” lien-ml L'liiflunii," 2. mm ' "Limo 211mm” twain-n BAH-11m! 20mm) IZJJWJMI "3,IJ)‘.l.ilil in will -.i|10.0ill ‘ . , ' 1 15'‐ 2dto l i b ' n5, ‘ singed Nlckei Gil't'ied ll Nickel Gilded Nickel Gilded 51h M.Nickel 2dis{ill Gilded : “ Nickel 3d Iii. id in 4th " " lst IANickel edto41h " Gilded Nickel GIlded Nickel Gilged 51h i s ! “ “ “ 65h 151 M tolib 5; Nickel l l d e d Nickel Gildcd edto i n : 5&1: Isl. 34 55.h l s ! 61h "m .‐ & 2d 10 -li,h‘ “ 5le ‘Pcnd. 2dlo-ilh‘ L c w r 3d ‘ 41 5m 1 l’vml. Lewr 54Nlckcl ‘2d [0 “ h i LL‘ or Nickel " Gilded Nickel Gilded Nickel Gilded K Nickel Nickel Gilded Nlcl‘kel Gilead u Nickel Gil-(lied z 132 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade,with Classification 01 Mun-vial and Dcscriptlon 01 Movement a f2 i 2 2.6 26 z 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 a 2 2 2 2 Nickel I Numbmi Gmd& Chxi sag sum. 1 Modflil Sun Tmm ‘‐‘‘ F. P]. . ‘. Gilded 5 51h ‘ l’Gnd. Quick . 10.001to 2,330.” ... . ."2310000” 4.. ..-u n1u Lever Gilded 51h l’cnd 1,5 Vickvl 2dlo»ll.l1‘ Lou-r Gilded ; 5 ! “ v l'end. " ls! Lou-r Nickel “ “ Gilded " 3d Nickvl ‘2d (0 llh‘ Gildcd I “ 51h Nickel lit Gilded " 2dlollh‘ 5 2 z 2 2 N.iLcwr hi iii-Y ‘ ‘Lou-r 2d to «ilh “ 51h ‘ l‘ulnl. Gilded I Nickel i Gilded ‘ Nickel , Gilded 51!) l’cndl 3d ‘ ' Number. z x: i v / m i 0.9‘1)‘l h l ) Grade. Class. ! l m‘ Sixel Sfyle. "5g. cugcd u u uu [ Modvl. l s ' . 2d lo 4111 5th ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number nnd Grade, with Clmssihuvion of Material and Description of Mmmnonl, m) -"'l ,Il'| 311 9 4 1 m m 1.5} u lawn] 55.1: in!.l||)| Jill .m| JHII Jul J Janum :.’.Nll.ml n u , l s ; 21110-1th 5th ' a 14 2d (0 mu u.. u Nickel Gl’t‘lcd Nickel Gilded ng‘kel Glilcd .\'lckel Gllded Nleukel Glldcd K Slckel ngkel Gllged 0 18 Ill if,”. 14m. 1-1Pl. ”Pl. G l l fi l c d 5 t h l’cl‘Id. “Jdlo 41.11. Leyer h," 5 "kilo-Ill” " 5111 ~ l’cud. ls! 51!) Sicko! N Lever Nickel Gllded Sl'h .. 3d Nlckel 5!h 13! Glded 5th Nickel Glldvd .\'Ickcl Gllded .\'lc_}'el Gilded u ‘cd to vuh‘ ls'y lst I i211lo m: .d to ma! 5m { 3.16711” 3.171.0 0 ] 3.17311” 3,174.00] 3,175.00! 3.17700! 3,179,001 3 O T1‘ 0 0 0 3 (770.000. 11,0801le 3,081.0“). i n n 2d m 411) 1~L 2d will: ht 51h 51h 2d lu llh ihl N 2d in nh N 211mm” 14. l’i-nnl I‘M ur in»; l’nml. l'l'lltl. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Grade. with Classification 0! Material and DL‘SCIDXiOn oi Movement. Grade. Class. Sue. Bl 1;PL 52 F. P]. 91 I‘I. 3. l‘]. 4’ l’]. I’I. ,; l'l. l’l. .’ I‘l. Slyle. Gihlul 4 5th l’enrl. Quick , l~lhour"\ ‘Jd(0 “ii 3d 51h 170ml. l\l Lewr [2d m 1111 ] \ l Gilllk‘ll .\l(‘|\|" Gildwl 51“ 2d m uh le 2d 10 Ill: 1>l Nickel Gllllt-(l 5m I4. Gilded All ‘ id in uh 15 Mad Glhluii Nickel Gilded Giltlm] Nickel Glldud _ Nichol Giltlud Gilded Make] Gilded chkc] CIR-led Nickel fill] i’l‘lll] MK)lll)‘hm.r 311 Lvn-r in] lo -llh l~l fill) Pond. 2d10-l|l1 Lowr 13! 2d m -llb |.~v. l\'u\' Lm m‘ 2d lo 41h 5m Pond. 151, 211 (0 4111 “ml to -.llhl Slh l’cml. 2d10-llh‘ Lever 3d 2d to in; Is}. 2d to 4“: l s l lab ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Gvadm wi'h Classlficaiion of Malerhl Ind UGSCIiplion ol Movement. Guiana? Class. “ mmmt ' -v . SJWMIH , r. v 3,187,00I... .i ' . v . ' . Style. Gilded 1,5Xickci (lliilud Nickel 2 Model. 1 Sm. - 2d10m)‘ is! ‘ M Inllh; 5 ” ) 1 ' Sci Io { l b 3,1 m m : : . gJfiIJh‘H.U '- . . . " Pond. “ " Lever ' ..‘”~ i'.“Pl. gt" pl, 5th lynch. ls! (l. l". iil;.', 0, 1". ad to 41h 55." ,litv V98ickcl id (0 ll]: .\'lckci “ Gilcd i ’ Nit'kci bl (iilllt'li ml .\'Ickt'l ml to 4111 aNlvkel 51h li .\ It‘lwl " " Nickel i". Pl. Gilded " Nickel e;"m, 3 i".l’l. .“ Gilged K Mi’l. ui l''. “i"I. i .. . ..i ""chkell Gilded 2d to 4th: 56Nickel 51h lily. Nickel Inlch. “ 0.“F. Gll‘gcd a! m, Vlckol “ "’ .. ‘cngeu 5m i (l I illcll 55.“ s Ullclul " ,".‘|l lo 41h NIckcl ’ l~l : saw-uh} I_sl ; ' . ‘ d l oé L - l l h i i 2d lo 41h‐ Glclcd 5“) l 3d ; .\'Ickci u . )m m ] Gilded .. '.’(l to ill), 5m, 2d w lib! 15:7. 2d to 4th 1"L Sid " y St! tloa4 “ : l i y i , i i lO( 1'01 000 000 00) 000 000 .000 000 .000 000 000 000 000 000 1/5Nlclmi 12dlo»l|.ll ilmcr Gllllell lsl ] l ' ( lld. “ 3d 1ll,’\l.’i’ Nickel lsi ‘ l‘tenll. Gilded Sd ‘ Lm‘er .l _ fl ‘ “ ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co, Number and Grade, with Classilinlion 0! Material and DESCHDHO" 0! Movement, Grade. kl Class. Size. F. P ] . 91“111. .l‘l. " S l y i e , Gilded Model 2d [0 41h 3d Train. Quick l alllolm‘ 5111 l 15; "2dlo lib Shh ‘ 2d (0 4th 3d Isl id to 4th Isl 3d Isl. l i d i’cnd. Lm or “ Pk‘lld. ,P]. -.l ',l’ll ?’Pl. “ “ " ' l2d lo llh‘ ( = , filil i isL Gilded 3d i ‘ " "Slil .Pl. l’l. ‘. l’l. - mtom: l xl. “ 2dlollhi Nickel M Gilded fill 101th 1,4. Vickoi Amini “ ‘ “ isb Gilded 9d [0 ‘llll Nickel " " 51h ‘ i’t-lld. lsL Lm er 5!ll i'ulldl Ed 1011111 3d i~l 2d |0 11h ‘ m i Kt‘y Gilded Nickel Gil l led " Nickel 5gNickel fill isl. l Slim-11h i I~l ‘Qd tu flll‘ 2dlomil “ 5m A 13g, Lm’cr Nickel V2Nickel Nig‘kel Glldcd Nlclzkel Gilded Nickel 54Nickel " Lever ml to 401 gm, l’cl‘ldl n‘ .. u .. u 2dto 4th Leger lst .. 2d to 4m , Isl. key ed to 4111 “ 15g l’end. .. " u “ 3d Lever 2d to 4th “ “ 5m Perla. Pond» u ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade, with Classification vi Material and Description n! Mwemenl. 137 1 Twin. Gmdc.| Class. ll lm 73 ' . Style. Model. Sm. Nickel 51h Pond. .. >.. u “ Gilded “ Nickel Gilded Isl, 591 '.’d to ~lih 2d lsi, Lever Pei-id. Lever " " " 2dtoill: " " isi. Kev .\'ickei " Lever V Vickel 2d(Qill: 1 .. i 3d" Isl, I‘end, 3d Lever 2dtoill) “ l 14.Nickel 51h Nickel “ | E Gilded ;'.'dlo»llh£ Zfil'h[ i’cmi. " Lever l’end. u, Gil-led Nickel " Gilded Nickcl Gilded Nickel hi. ’ KC)” " Lever 2dlo -iil1 " 3d : " u 14 1idto-llh' Lever 51d . is! “ u vsdmuh, “ Gilded 2d10i l l ) Nickel 51h “ is! na Lever i'end. Lever “ l'end. Lever Gilded ” 2dto ill! 61h 3d lsl. " Zld 1 Key l’end. L e v e r Nickel Gilded {fldlouh- Lever Nickel “ 5m | i’end. l/gSIL-kcl l 51h i’end, Nic‘kcl » " " Ln‘ver 131 l 5I_h l'c‘fld. ua v| u St! to uh Lever 3d '‐ n;" 27 | 2dlo -Ilh " 51h l I‘end. 2d(0 uh Lever 5m I’end. “ is! Lever 51h Pepd. nu 2d 10{ l b Lever 3d .. is! : 2a to m: _" is; My Gilded Nickel " Gilded Nickel " 51h “ " ed to m; i s l 3d Lever “ Peru]. Lever i s ! i’cnd. is; “ u 14 lidlo 4 " ) " Is; Key 21! to 4th Lever Louver P0316. 31300001 3,314,001 3,8l7,001 3,330,001 3,121,001 3,313,101 3,334,001 " 3,314,000. “ 3,317,000. -' 3,310,000 " 3,331,000. -- 3,323,010 “ 3,321,000 ,. ' 335,000 3;- 02 05 015 97 10: 103 110 111 1111 “ -- III-4. , 21111111111 1.0117 111 a;01. -~ -- 311 -- 0 -- -- 4- 1 1.41 -- 3,323,001 3,330,000 4- 11 Mckel §,§m%1 33,80,» “1 15 10 3,1-1 1112. , 1111111111 1 24 .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. ,‘‘7.1 <> :.‘1,1 ',_ 3333001 .. 3,831,010 152243001 ~- igfifio 3, ,001 :, , 1_ 3340001 342,000. 3,342,001 ' 3,313,000 3 3,001 -- 3,315,000 45,001 3,810.01 10,001 " 3,317,100. 1 311 ‘ 1.111111- 3,907,001 2,383,001 ‘ ,001 1- 3,003,000 1; 231,733,308 ,_ ~ -- -' -- , -- “ 18 1111-1. " 7 311104111 “ " -- “ - 111 0 1; Pi. " Nickel " 113 111 1>1. -- 1/._.\x1ik1l>1 211101111 1 ., .. .. , . 3,010,001 3,011,001 3,014,001 3,916,001 3,017,001 3,913,001 " 3,030,000 3,930,001 -' 3,021,000 3,921,001 “ 315.1000 3,022,001 " 3. :,000 3,923,001 “ 3,924.000 3,024,001 “ 3025000 35725 001 “ 3920000 3:929:001 -- 339313000 3,031,001 “ 3,033,000 10 941-1 0. 1 (111111311 5111 1 .. 0u111;,,1.11 ,.. 1.. ,.. ,.. 1.. 1 .. 3 . . 1 .. 1“ ‘ 1" 1 1; 1 ., .. .. .. 1. .7 8,533,001 3, 5,001 3,930,001 3,937,001 " 3,041,000 3,011,001 " 3018000 3,018,001 ~ 3,0 000 3,052,001 -' 307.000 3,955,001 " 3950000 0 “ " fl .. " “ 4 “ “ I l t z . “ 211104111 L e v e r 22 10 94P1. 110.111. Nickel 20 II 20 " " n g . (11111011 30 52 0 -' “ -' 151. ‘1 5-2 “ fl -- -- ,, '. 371,000 374,000 875,000, 870.000, 877.000. 883,000. 334,000 11 1-1. -- 1 , 1 - 1 . 1«-. 1-1. " .. 1 ) . m g . 2111111111 71111 141 “ 3,011,000 " 3,914,000 -' 3,010,000 " 3,917,000 “ 3,918,000 10 -- -~ -- 311 -- -- 1. -- .1 . -' ,. u u -- 2. 18 F. Pl. " -- 211104111 “ " " Nickel “ “ “ $935,000 -- 3033000 “ 3,937,000 3,050,001 3,937,001 3058001 3'050'001 319001001 300-2001 3004.001 " 31001000 3,905,001 " 3,000,000. 0 1s F.P1. " '- 2310-1111 j 1. 0 " " 4- -- 151 key .. 52 0 a; 1-1 ,, Nickel -- Lever 1. 5 13 3.11. I: A)??? 21110 4111 “ .. " 3,957,000 “ 3,058,000 " 3,050,000 '- 3000000 " 310021000 “ 3904000 1 " - 1'C'e " “ .. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number 11nd Grade, with Classification of Material and Dcscviphon of Movement. Number. 61330. Class. Sixe. Style, 1 Model 5111. Tmm. g,%,83113 3.72,&. i- -" 10 a; (PI. ng. (51111511! 311 Lm‘cr ‘ 011m. .1.4,1.. L-“‘“1'c'e““-‐ 3,730 3 , & 3.33513 1 1 3,733,000. 1 L 3130000. 1 1.2,131,1%. 10 5 1s 17.1-1. -' ( 1 1 m m 21110-1111 “ 1‘ -‐ 271--““Nickel--~1-‐ 67 50 0 ?1Pl. ”134. " Il I “ 2d to ill) ],('\|'r 51!) I i'I-ml V: Nickel Nicknl " “ I 1.1 I [mu-r 1’4'II1I II'vy f u n I I “ I.'Il m llhI Lover Nickel I 211 " Glldcd ‘9d .. I 2d IIIIIIII RII I id I ‘Jd In4ll|I 1:1 211K? "DI Lm'l-r " ISLI ‘.‘d i f ) ilhI 1:1. I Kc) .\ 'ckel bf;Nickel 2dto4lhI “ Nickel Gilded " " 5m I l’cml. 3d I Lever Nickel “ . “ Gilded V, Nickel Nigkcl Gilded “ Nickel V. Nickel Nickel 2d lo 4thI “ 5111 Fund. .. I .. Isl. I Lever .. I .. 2d (0 4th. " 51h l‘cIid. 2d to uh Lever lsi. “ u '.’d to 4th “ lsl. Key “ Lever 2d to 4th " “ I Key Lever 4.397001 10 4.3314.001 4.3519001 1?le.l'fll 42 31 9;"m, 0. F. 511! 1.51 .. Leyer 4'4nr40 0 0 4. 4444002. 0; V.“ » 1444 (w ' »Am.400. i l ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH C0. Numbm and Grade, wuh Classification 0! Material and Description of Mmmenl. 3 Grade. Class. Sin. I Style. Gllded .\'l c k c l Gllgcd Model. 2d to 4111 .. So", Train. (21ch 55 113g. Pcnd. 4 id lo 411) IL 15; Gllllcd .\' 101sz (31141011 1); .\‘lckcl .\'lckcl 611.9011 .\'lckclv Glt‘lcd I 4mm! -1I»?,||v| fill! 4.1“.14141 311 41 3d '.’d to vllh 5111 151. 5 l l | .l a lit '.'dto ill: Isl. 24110 41h 5 t h 15! 3d 5111 1,571,001 4,575,001 4,576.001 . 77.001 4,578.001 4,579,001 u .\'lckel ”Gum-a .\‘lckel G u d e d M 13 44h 51h u u 151. ! 0 “F .\‘lckel Ix:Vlckcl 51h Pond. i Gnged 2:1to -llh Lever 551: P q u . uu 2d 40 -nh Lover 3d “ 151 a £41 10411] lsil l l I 3 l .\'ickel 5’s .\ ckcl 241to 1114 o. y. " m g . G i l d e d 5111 .. 15:1 2d Illto 111! lckcl .\'lckcl G 1141041 5.m. 2d 10 4114 .\'lckel 2d Glldvd Isl .\'lckc-l '-.4' 519.1101 Isl ‘ u Glldcd Nlckol Gllgcd "241lo 411: Lever 2a to 4m 5111 Lever l'eml. 5m l’eyd. id to 411: M 131. 4. 4. 4 4. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Grudel with Classification oi Mnievinl and Description oi Movement. Gmde. Class. Slze. J Model 3 Sell. mm. ill 58 , , Nickel Pond. ‘ Quick ll?)59.‘. “‘."" ' 51 .. . . 1 .. . ‘ . HT 56 118 56 iii) 50 . Gilded “ Nickvl 55 -i 4 4. 4 4 4 4 (Gilded 4. 4. 4. 4 4. 4. 4 4 4.’ i 4 4. ‘ 4. 4. 4A 4. 4. “ 2d 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Nickel “ .. ,, ' “ Gilded " -(1 Nickel Gildvd Nickel 31] Low-r 1 Nickel Gilded 52dlolih‘ Lou-r fill] l‘cml. .. Nickel (ill ',(l Nicki-l (Illdl'll ’ Vli'kl‘l l.~| ‘Jd lo iili l\’l L‘xllo iii: “ " ‘5m It'llU-illlv ,. l, 51). ‘ .. l'vmi. TA'H‘I’ 13d lo illi 3d ‘ " .. 12.1toiih‘ lu’wr l5”,1l'cml. ‘.. .. filiolih 1:0” 5111 ' lo‘iui. 111lo 4th Lguwr 1,4 1 he) .. l.~'|mll, _ ,, ,, a ' ’ , ln'l . 0.l>-'iml'1»1mm!_, z, ,, ‘' Nickel l. l;.|>.lml " h.|‘l"lil,, , . -. :~,ml ml ,.. - ' ‘.’dtoilll y,Nickel “ " Gilded N like] ' Gilded O. F. 2,»i l. "35. ” I2? u GIMod X Ickel Gilgcd Nickel Glied Nickel Gilded " VG Xlrkel Mm m: Id d Isl. .\'lckel Gilded “ 2d Nickel “ " 3d Gilded 15! “ 3d Pe‘pd. Lever F.1’I. Irv“ ‘1 " fill) l’end. " “ Nickel ~ " u “ Gilded 3d Lever " Int.ilr. Nickel 2d ‘ F. W. ills. “ edtom: “ . id toJlil I.ever I'llh l’end. .. u id toilll ' 13d I o i l l ) " 51h Lever l'eml. Lever Pend. “" " "" 3d Lever 51h l’end. 2dto{ill ,Lever 5111 lsl. in 2d[ohiill 51h Lever M i n d . " Lever l’c ml . .. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade, with Classification oi Material nnd Descvlpiion oi Movement. Gmde. Class. Size. Siylc. Model. 1 m i n i l 100 ,' . llvu. Gilded is! Quick 1m' ""2d ur 101 113 0. l“, 0. l". lllyr. 0, I". " 5”) " 13d Nickel " " ..mm] " 51h l lid ' 5ill 2d lo ‘nh I'll] Al Hilllul " Nickel 2&1 [0 -I|h " 5in Gilded 2d ‘ [mu-r Punt] “ 0 Nickel (5, (illtll'd U (i. 6 G (i. G (5 ' (3 U. G. G O.F',lir. 2 d l o -I|.h 53.11 ‘ G 0. G G G (i 6 l l l g l 0. i f . iiig. " 0. i". ' Gilgied “ Nickel ‘ L m u r i’c‘y‘ui. 6 .,cm (5 “.. Tldli G. 6 (5 fiPL" " 0 1“. P l . 3d Lewr 5 m l ’ c m i , 2dm41h Leli'er 5m l‘cml. 0 (S G. G. " . . ) lclufl “ u p liri " O. F. ‘ Gilded “ Nickel .) p,p], ,_ 51h " 51h “ Nickel “ Gilded mh Nigyel “ Gllflcd 2d " lsL Nickel " “ 2d Gilded “ Nickel Gilded 51h 2d to 4m " 2d " lsi 52.111 3d 5m (iii m HI! l.\l l l,<-\ l ‘ r l'wml l,|-\ l ' r ‘‐ l't'iHl 3d 25.1 l'l’liil it) uh} Lm vr 51h ‘ l’untl. 14 “ fill LN rr 2d I'vml. Nickel " fill) l'vnni “Nllm\vr Edlo~Ilh Len-r " “ 51h i‘cmL 1 Lu (T iU-lill [ m u - r Gildud~ 5 1 h l ’ c m l " |A‘\ t'i" “ , i’cmi ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Numbev and Guide. wlih Classification oi Material and Description of Movemeni. Number. ' _, .‘ ~ Siyin, Modal. 5m Train. . ., i- '' wilfil'',";,: Lever 51h - l’end. 7th Lever 51h i‘end. 7th Lever 051i|.|-:l '' ,N l ' 0.01101" 0.0141!" dwum 0mm in 6.0234»! (1633.00! $15.01" 6 I7.00I “Jill Gilded N ickei Nickel (i I lded N ickei Gilded S ickel (illdcd .\'lc“kel Gilded Nlike] Gilded Nickel Gilded " "d isi. ,. 5m -’id 2d ls! 5m 3d 51.11 2d io 41h filh " . “ -' “ ' 51h i’end. 71h Lever 51h i'end. Tih Lever 5m l’end, 71h Lever 5m l‘end. ‘ ‘nh Len-r ‘ 5m l'e‘i‘id. Gilded 2dlo-iih Lever Quick “ Gih Pond. " Nickel “ Gilded " .. u .. . a Nickel " 2dio vilii 51h 71h 51h 7lh 51h 7ih 5th Til) 51h 7th “ Lever l’end. Lever Pena.‐ Lever l’cnd. Lever l'crid. Lever l‘end. ' Gilded Nickel Gilded Nickel Gilded “ . Lever " Nie'kel I’led. - L a m ever Gilded 2 ‘2‘3 ' i'end. Nickel - ,, Gilded i s ! " Bil: qu‘kel Amman Lcjer Gilded m Pond. Nickel on " G. 0‘ 0 0 (3 G 0 (S G . 11dtoill] 5111 2dii)iii) llcvcr Pam]. Lcicrl G (i G 6 0 6 G (S G (5 G 6 6 6 G. G G G, . G. G G is. G G (S. (5. 0. G, . 6. (1 G. i ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade. with Classilicaiion oi Material and Description oi Movement. Class.l 33 ~|0 } ‘Gi ’mm Quick “ Grade. 15-1 Sizel F. l‘]. Nickel “‘ (jildcd Model. Sen. 9.1 H. " Nickel Gill l’end. F. P]. “ " “ id in -l|.ll 5th lsi, 2d 24104m “ 5th 2d to 4111 Style. “(ll " ..n|~l %PL “ _“ in l~‘, l’l. Mcflkel 5m i’l. lsi. 5K” Gilded um F. Pl. l. 94“PL F. “P1. Nicflkel 2d(04th sill Gllllcll n i, u . " ‘ Nickel " “ i ml) “ 2dloMll (jllLluil Ulll i‘cndl ‘ Lewr 1 l’cnd. “ Nickel Ull Jll l\ in L'l Gilded Nickel “ Gilded Nlclfcl " (Midi-ii 3d Lever Nickrl toill) Gildcll Fill! l’ennl, “ in H i p llevcr Nickel Gilded {id “ “ 01h l’cnd. " Til] “ “ 1:11 Nickel G Gilded Nickel “ 151 2d 2dif)it]. $111 “ 2d [0411] " nH Glldori inh Nickel “ Gilded Til] “ 73d N icl-c cl “ Giidcd lat Nickel “ “ Gilded " to m; 5th “ 10in), m, Lever l’clldl " Lever Pond. ” 11 2d .l Nickel 1,“ ” 2d " Gilded Nickel Gilded Gilded Nickel Gilded “ Gilded 2d to 4th u to4m Lcwr u m l’cpd. ‘ l % ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Numkier nmi Grido, with Classification 01 Muted-I and Descriplion of Movement. 153 Number, [0 6.W,(I10.. . “ 6,fl7(),(ll).. “ (5.2!71.0()U.. ($1171.01!) , Site. 94’ "PL “lg. l". P ] . 21 0. l". iltn. 0. F. lily. 0, l7'. llrg, Style. Gilded Xiankel Gilded Mikel Gilded 9', Stem! i ! Gilded .\'Ickcl Gilded .\'ickel “ '.. ye .\ickel Gilgcd Nickel Gil‘tled Sig‘kcl .'ickel V: Nickel Gil‘ded Mikel '/_- Nickel Gil-led Sig'kel M 0ch. Pc'rul. Lever l’e'rld. Lever Pcnd. Lever l’cnd. (Ml, . 7033‘qu . (L’tIJIU. Lever l’e‘pd. Lever Pend. u , limvlir,i ’ 5!h Gl'h 71h lsl 21110 41h 5th Pol-Id. Lever Pen11. n $4 Nickel Glifiicd u Nlt‘akel 2d to 4 lb 553) ‘2r M to ill! Le‘vcr Salli Lever Pend, Lever l’end. .. Lever l’e'rul. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade.with Classihcshcn 0! Material and Dcscuphon 01 Movement. ‘ Grade. . ~. Style. Made! 90 . Ullxled 211101111 mer 109'. ;"l~l Nickel 51h " h! ::d Lilh 7m uxmmx mu . A. w ” 0. 1 m m ”5g. 0.11“. ‐ 51h 3d 151 “ mg] 51 71h “ 2d h lever Lnlldwl " Xin'kt-l 'k Nlt'kvl ' 13mm ” > (Vl-I|I’|-L‘-1|Hv “ Nu'lu'I ‘ ., Gilded “ (0 M11 in4th‘ Imwr N I’vnnl. 13d " 101m [mm-l ‘ I‘ulul " ” lo 11!) lu-n r lxl ‘I‘mml “ 0111 2d 10«uh M11 ‘ ' 1,“ WT I'x-ml. ulh " 51h I~l 3d TN] :d ‘u \ vr i'vnd. Lm‘vr I'vnd. " " IA“l'l’ “ Nickel l’. Nickel Make] Gilded Nlukcl (”Mud AckI Gilded Nlckcl : Gndcd Nickel Nlckel ; l'cnd. “ Lm vr 5m l’vnd. 2d “ 2 d 104m ; ‘ y l h Isl, 5111 um 7111 2d |5|, 7m 2d 2d 10~|lh 51h L e w ] ‐ l’mlnl, LUV” Pond. 2d " 2d [01,4L Pond. -- El. 7m Lever ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Sig-Fol (iihiml Nickel Uliliud .\'i('kcl Gil‘c‘led Nickel (iildud (iiit'icd Nickel 54.\'ickei in ler ‘ l’flmi, Luvvr ‘ i'rmi. u vacr l'l‘lid. Luvcr l'cml. u Nickel Gilded Xiqlkci Gligcd Nickei .. Gilded ‘AXLckel .. 3d u u Lever d 2d to m: Bill N to ill: 1 u Lever i'c-ml. [mu-r i’und. Luv-tr i’cnd. I 24!to4m Later Sm. i Tnin. Lever i'end. .. Lever i'end. Lever l'cpd. .. be for i'umil u Lm'cr l ‘ v m i . .. in:\ ' ( ' l ' |'('l‘lI| . LA!f o r Paul. a a 1 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade.wilh Classification oi Mammal and Descripnon oi Movement. Grade. Class. iS " Slm. ‘ Model. I 1' mm. i ,‘,,,_m, i I". . , ‘_ ‘_ H 5th i‘cnd. Qulr‘k ' A A ,- 2dlo41h Len-r " 16 fl . ' , um i‘endi 0. .. ‘3 “ ‘ Gilded ‘‘‘‘Nlciwi iiiliiL-(i ‘ickei :d In u h . limcr " um‘i'rml. in lo uh [mu-r “ i n I'n m i . i~l ‘ "f Jdlullli ‘wlli ‘ "'¢';i'1;|(~.i'” i 1,5 Nickx'l yd Gilded i'Jdm ~|lil ui' Nickel (“I mi \’iciml V; Nickul ' iinwvr “ ' I’imi lid10 liiii i,.-\.r V: Nichol N il‘ixl'i " (iildcd .\ickrl Gilded “ blil Nickel Gilded Nicixcl ‘4 Nickel "i nu “ "iii lo i l l ) Lover " 3d % Nickel 2d “ 3d " 2d Nlc‘kcl “ is! " 2d Gilded Nickel Gilded Nickei " Gilded 56Nickel " 2dto 4111 " 5m " 61h 7m 2d 10m; 5m iSi. 51h ‘ .'\l 2d lo 411; ‘ Sill l‘i'illi i'ylli I'vnd, Isi “ .. 2d “ . 2d 10-illx Sill .\ Ivkvl “ (iiidcd (ill) “ Til) Nickel 2d Lm’vr l'vnd. Lever “ l‘end. " Lever Pepd. ‘ 2d “ 2:11.04": {gag Laval: I’cnd. Lever i’end. nu . k)! mnwm 7m 1 ml JO] 7,lK'fi,UUl 7.§ll§<§.(]0| 7.00! , 0 0 l FAKEWJOI t‘.00l$,(l)l £003.00] [£013.00] "7,00l ”5.001 mu" TJNDMMI 7 911 mu, " 7397. 0 .v lfll 7 273 (in l”. P ] . 0. l". .\'lglccl Lever l’end. Lever l’cnd. Lever l'end. Lever l’eml. Lever l’end. cher Pcnd. Lever Pend. Lever l’cnd. Lever l‘en d. Lever l'epd. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Gvadc,vnth Classilluhcn oi Material and Desc'' on 0! Movement. Numbenv Gm; Class. 107,&\7.4l30.........l. . m 85 Stye. . Sen. 59N'l'ckcl ce like! 34Nickel Glltled 9’; N‘l‘ckcl Gilded chkcl Gllgcd a Xlglccl 1/4 Nlpkel "c 55 ngkel Signal 56Xluckcl v Glslcd Nlckel Gllgcd Lever 2“ gm”- l'end. 2d lo llh full 21] 2d 10 m: 5111 (kl) Jd 2d lo »llh ad 3d 158 $8383} 8:03:1'001 8,088,001 8,089,001 gigofifii 21531881 11,000,001 8,104,001 ., 11124001 8,128,001 8,120,001 11,131,001 SH}33%} 8,135,001 8,113,001 8,140,001 151531001 im% 11110113001 11,0,001 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grado,wi(h Classfliulion oi Mnienal 11nd Descripnon 11! Movement. 8,106,001 8119001 . 111 , . 11 - 11 sfz , 1000 3,331; ‘000 8.238 .000 gig % .' , 8,219 ,000 8,208,001 “ 300,000 3300.00! 2 . 1,000 313611001 2 3321000 g.£.8g} " g%.% 8.29.00! " 82651000 . ,._ 8,269:001 " 8,271,000 8,271.001 8272000 8,272,001 118,273,000. g‘g'gl " glfi'g: 8:23:08] " 85213300. 8,273.101 “ 8,273,110 8 m m “ 8273120 s'm'm " s'm'uo' 82273341 “ simh' 8,273,151 “ 8,213,100. 8,273,161 " 8:1 180 1. , 4. Lewr 1“ .. " “ " -‐ “ ‘: “ " " N u m b e r . G r a d e , 1:52 I? ‘ C l a s s . S i z e . I S t y l e , MOGCL S e w ‘ T r a m . 000 000 000 1000 0110 % . 000 w .000 000 “ “ " 11121 1/2 N i c k e l " N i c k e l 211 . 273 184 7111 5111 Lever Pend. " . , , ; 1. N; “ 7 ~ 05 “ 7 " 65 " 7 “ 05 " 7 “ " ,, "u "" ~ .. “" ~“ "u 17.1'1. 1 ,, “ ' ‘ 1111111111 2111111111‘ 1.11111 N i c k e l 5111 1'1'1111 " (1111 n N i c k e l 0111 111-1111 l Quick “k“55d" "l“ 1 “ 1.1léNICkcl ~ ~1 % Nickel“"l‘ .000 . ,000. ,000. .000 000. 1000 000 Gilded Nlcicul “K: Nickel 5111 (1111 21] m -Ml1 Paul. “ "“ lmwr ' l'cml. “ ~ " “ “ " " “ qukel ,, ' “ “311101111‘ l u - n - r ‘ if I: $1}; .. l .. 211 ~ ‘ ,, 1.11011 Nickel 111-1110 .. .. 1. .. 2111111 1,, ‘ .. "‘r“‘“W 01:1 l’vml. 1: ,, .1 “ 2: .. ,. » ~ 1.‘ . , .\1c‘kul ‘..- 1. I.1 l -' ‘\'..‘“I 211 .. -- “pm‘.1. “ 1 " 151\1c111~1 ‘1 ‘ 1- 1‘. 1-1. ' -' 1 .1 3.11111-11 1,111.1 31 111 1 1. if“: ""1!"'- 1. 1 .. 7.1, , 1 111'1ficklfl H‘h 13111011 211 9,1’ Al’i .l’l. _ Sih “ a; 1 211. “ “ P I . “ 3: f. 11 (111111111 Niglkel 7111 l11-11-r 5111 101111 311 J: : z: , 1111 1. , . 11111111 1 a 1.3311 . ' i'uni “ $1111 1'111111 1 " 11111 " " 11 T“! 4' l, 1. G i l d e d 0111 u ‘ - ' n 7111 “ ” 11]\l"“ Nickel 2d “ ‘ ( 11111 0 11 211101111 1 . 0 1 1 1 1 “ 51h 2.1 ,.1‐ ”11110 1111 0111 Lmor " 1101111. ‐ ~ ‘ -‐ 11 " " " 0111 “ Glldcd .. ,, Nickel " “ 7111 .. 211 ' 21110 I l l ) lmvvr .. 21110 4111 1/ ~\'lekel 0111 “ .. _“ .. “ . 14Nickel ............. '-- ~~ 2d 104111 Lever 51h Pend. 7m Lever 5111 Pond. 7111 Lever 5111 Pam] "7111 Level 51,11 Pond. 1. 51h l'vml. 2'51I1 i’teml. " h unuml Pulll'Ll'lll r. IIh'uKI] xv pawl] Db. “7,001 . 70,00l F. l’l. " P). l'. PI. 51; Pl. é,’ P]. F. P]. as.."l~ 1".“Pl. 9.5 “Pl. Gilded Sickel 1,5 Nlckcl Gilded 5;Slacks] Gllgcll K NLckel Nlike! Lever l’cml. Lever l’end‘ Lover Pc'pd. Lever l‘cnd. Lever Ferd. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Grudgwrll‘ Classiliufion 0! Material ind Ducrlpiion 01 Movement. ! Gradev Class li.2373 ("iv ll‘l " 2:1 I l i Model. So“. Lever I’end. Lever l’end. Lever Pond. Lever Pond. Lever l’end. Lever l'cndr Lever Pcnd. Lever l‘end. Lever l’cnd. F. PI. 2d lo llh 5th l‘cnll. 61h 71h 51h 7th 9" to 4m fill Lever 2d 2d lo-llb' 51h 6! h I 3d lo Ill) Isl Ulh 7m 13! :d to m: Pena. Lm er Perm. “ Lever .. L0"!!! l’uml. chcr ELGIN NATTONAL,VVATCH Co. Number and Gmde.wnth Classihmtion of Malena) and Description nVMovement, Grade. m ‘ Class. 5119. ‘ sme. Model 4 Son. ‘ T m . . . Nickel 71h Lmor chk} “ 2dto4th “ " nh u‘w an ‘Imn¢ 2d ’ " \ m, \ 141104”! ‘filh‘ (”111ml I~l clwl ihl 2d , 3d I0 uh m1 ‘ 2»! 10 41h ' ml] 24! 3&1 Sit-MI L'll “ a 0‘ F. , 111ml“. ‘ O‘ F.13r. um. 2 d 1 0 41h L e v e r 5m l’uml. 9th “ 4111 2d [0 41h ' V?Nickul “ 3&1 m 1111, [H h 71h ‘ lxl \ "h! \ ihl ‘ L‘tl $941 onmfl Ifl “q < mull lmnr fall) l’x'nd. thdml " " VsNicknl 2A] " " tomm Imur Mn l'uml. 71“ ‘ " Isl " 2h] “ NH 1Man 2d ‘ I’uxd. mu ‘ H 011) ‘ ‘: Lever Pend. Lover “lg. . ‘ Peml, -- ., Lover " l/g '|ckcl l’cml. 4m“ “ lug. Gilded “ 1,5 N i c k e l A I". Ill". 2 xfi lckel " ~ Lever l'end. “ .. . Gilded xx 'el 2d to 41h Erlh lsL Lever l’enll. E ‘H y. x l‐ y y‐ Illa, llr. 0. F. lil'v lll‘,. u, I". l l l g , (l, l". . Gilded _ N.u.m_b.c'. , _ .. ., , ,_. _ CI355, 5 _ _ _ _ . ‐ , , _ ... v . 5' Model. v, S5n.._: Tm'.m ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. 161 Number and Grade. w-rn Classlluuhon of Material and Des: 'on 01 Movement. ‘ 7 _.. swim , .. hwon, ‘" "~"." N X ‘ 1; ' - 211 Paul. - Qulck , Viackci _ Lever ' I’cnd. 91“Pl. "3g. | 34 R f ] . Pl. if " O ”17 2d £0114! ! ! ..l i l l '. "5 O.“F'. Gilded 2d " 0. F. mg. " " ad to m: 5 Gilded ,f_- Nickel " Nickel Gilded -i ‘.!(lto uh“ 51h Bf.h 71.11 ! I s! Sl'h 7!!! 2d [0 4th 2d 2d (0 41h 51h id 6th 71h 5th 2d id toill) 51,1) l st n 7th . , . . 54Nickel “ " : lllg.Br. Nickel ,, " $4Nickel ‐ I". P ] . "It!- Glided 2d lo 41)! --oF..," 5m " " hickei rh VsNickel " all: Gilded 52h lllg. KSluckel 2d 2d " 3d N i c k e l 151, e d t o 4th 2d 2d m m) 61h 5th ' m “v Lever I‘end, Lever I’cnd. Lever Pcnd. .. “9188.02! m i n n o w . chanted‘fo'amdn m ELGIN NATIONAL W A T C H CO. Numbm and Grade, with Classification 0! Material and Dcsuiphon 0! Movement. Grids. cuss, Sue. 223 S ! $ 4 4 l l l g . 217 93 ‘ Illu.llr. 218.95 o.w.m. 1.x“: 70 ~‘ ' mg 1-Hw.-l ‘‘.“ " WW. 9 ‘u.1".‘ " 19: 31 ' '.g“ Gilded 75 ' M o d e l . Sen. ‘ : l ’ e n d , ! 6111 7111 "‘ Train. Quick Style. ‘ 1/: N l c k c l i Gilded ‘,"r Nickel hlldwl H Nickel lllg. JIIL'JIZ‘ “ 0. F, lug: B r . m v. afin lllg. Gfl‘dcd qulkcl V, Nickel Sleukel 14Nickel h chkel i/g Nickel 2d 12d ‘ I l’em] Nifktl » Lenr ‘ ' I'Lnnl (ml-led X ll'lu'l {Q \ h'kL‘l 10 4th I.(>\4~r “ 51h l'l'ml Luvnr |’('l||l. Lever I’el1d. 2d 1041h: 5th l‘cmL Glh “ 7111 2d St] to 4111' 5111 13! 71h 2d “ ‘ Le\or Peml, “ Lm vr lieu-r m ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. 163 Number i n d Gvadc, win- Class-human ol Material and Desm’plion of Movement. 9 9 ‘ " 7 - 0 , 0 0 i 9.25i00! xv . 1 Number. ' Grade. ]_Class. 1 1 Site. I sme. Modtl- , 5.11. I ruin. 9101001 10 11.1091“)... 111011001 " angina. . . 21's 1."..210 95PL “ , ‘ . . , Lever i’end. ' . 1 . Nickel " Lever 9111111111 ., , ii“111111 ,. '_. “111ml ~' . z, . .. h . '" " " ' j . ' .. . -. Gilded - Pond. “ " . { m l ‘Ji l l0'1 . , {LI-311m] i. n1| , . .. 911111110... ., ' '. -' Nickel i/gxickei Glidcd V;Nickel " i'l'l 9.150)!!!” D1,351“). 11411111011...... Z 11:11»01102. 1w1,0.000 0 .L'ALOOO. . i - " " " o. 1-'.Br. 0. F “ Giladed N i c k e l x“3m N i . c k e_ l K Mud-cl .. Z Nickel Gilded x .\'i_ckel s ickel 94Nickel " 9:1,11001 mu ~ ~ , , 1) ~.331 , 1191.50!w 11.1115.”changed to Gradeam _, 1 (11 F. 111. . . .' 2 . 1‐ . ~ 0. -' ‘ -- 11101111 152115]: 211 ~ .. 212 ' “ ”5.,,0.u .. f '. 1e2 .. ' . "1.'.G 2d1041h fil}! '. . “ “lg: Gliged 1i1g.' k c i F 0.F. “ "15h: u u 0. F. Ilrn.Hr. " “ l 52Nickel 51h Tlil dlh 71h mil 211 2d(0Ill) Lcwr 51h i’cnd. isl " Gilded " " 5;Xickci “ Sicukci 1. Gilded “ Gilded 56Nickel " " Gilded 1,4 Nickel '.'11 thl 61h 71h 2d (0 kn 51h Lever 0.1“. " 7th “ Gilded 24 to m; , i'cnd. ca " 2d10i l l ) 111ll " 21! 211104111 51h '.‘d 61h Lcycr Pond. “ " L e r e r l'end. " “ 00 (0 00 00 385‘00 388 00 387.00 390.00 394.00 39:100 Nickel Illa llr. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Numbtn and Grade. w-lh Classification of Mammal and Descnphon 01 M . l Style. ‘ Saul Twin. Gilded .' l’und. Quick Nickel liuwr “ ,, lckrl l’cnd. . lmwr IA. Mela-l " “ " 1/3 N i c k e l " Gilded 1/2 Nickel 2d Edm 1 “ ) 5m I’end, Lm'vr l'cnd. ‘ (lildul (ill) ‘w, .\lciwl 61h Tlll till; ‘ " Tlil " is! tH '.'(| i Nickel th Lcwr llu:Ilr‘ “ ml; l’eml. " V:Nickel 30 F mf lllg. l Gilded " 1/1Nickel “ " 7m all till: Q I'“. “ lug, Gilded “ . 14Nickel Gilded Nickel 5/3 Nickel L; Nickvl my. 0. F. i i ‘ "n A N i c k e l y, Nickel " Gilded 54Nlckcl 0_I. “ Illg. Gilded 0_Fl “ 0. F, I “ ; 0 Fl V,Nickel 131110 41h 2d 51h 2d am 71h Gill run 2d 3d 0m 7m 2d 2d lo-Mll 51h 2d ( u h 71h filh 21! Illg.Br . 0. F. ‘ Nickel lllg. 1,1, Nickel Gilded l/g Nickel " Gilded 54Nickel " 3d Nickel 8!h i. .. llmlllr. V,Nickel 01h O. 1".Br. " 7m 0. F. Nickel “ lllg. Gilded 2d " “ANickel " mmm y, Nickel 2d n 5111 I N ] t o i t ] : L o v o r fill: , l’vmi l~\ , mu . 9,08,10] (HUJI'L Lever Pond. Lever Pauli. li.l)i)i.lml 9. final flu'ihmil man-um lliii'llvlii |I Nil i." ll 0,017.0“ i'. ' LUOI 9,011,001 ”LOU! 3.000“ noun-m . .. 0.3 .000 9,670,000 0,0!” .000 9,082,000 0,683,000 0. F. i i ! Gl'tlcd 0. . lllg. V, Slackel 0. F. Jl‘l‘g. 0. F. 1111.3. B r . lllg. 0. l-‘. "Lg. 11 0. F. . "5g. 5; Sign; ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. 165 Number and Grade, vnlh Clusiiilcavion 01 Material and Dncrioimn a! Movumlni. ] Giana Claw, ' Sure. | Siyie. | Modal. 5m. I Tuin. I".“Pl. ! lllu. V,Kluckci 2dlo4th Lever Q 0. b‘. if “l’l. "ll“. Giltled 5 t h 2d with full) 7”! Ford. .\'lc"kc1 3mm".f V,Ni‘ckcl ) .. §0, 1-1lir, "Iii; l l r . 56Nickel ' 0. i“.lir. Rum. HUI. Gligcd O. 1“. 91"Pl. ”lg. 5-5 Nihckel Lever 14 P036. u Lever Palm. Lever Pel'd‘ Lever Pc'pd. Lever Papa. Lever l'cpd. Lever Pupil. Lever P0115. u u u n Nicflkcl l". Pl. O.F. ?4‘ Pl. ll‘t‘g. lgNinckel l".nl’l. ”is. Gilded 0. F. 0. F. ll‘l‘g. Gilded 0. F. % Nickel Gilded x4Nickel Gilhlcd Nickel V, Niackcl a u 5’3 ..\'ifkel y, SLckel Gilded u u 9,718,011] 9,779,001 {1580001 9.72‘QJXM $7,7R3,00l 9.7?6.00l 1/2 .\'l('l\-:l 510ka 1,5 \lvlu-l mmml 2x1 fnl (u llll 31h um 7!“ “IdI” “In full L‘llln Ill] 9. 9. 0. 9.864 9 K” 9.8 (LbRO Fl 9 0 Jugun leJm unan lll;.’. U, l“. lllg. u 0.1".llr In;In: U.“l<'. ”£52 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Grade, with Classiliulmn of Malevhl and Dcscriphon of Movcman 9 9u Nickel 81h Gllded 511) ll n y,- chkel 0,786,101to 9,781,1n0 changed to Grade 309. Class. (H 32 03 .) l Style. Model (ll h ed to llh S e n , Pr:I)ll. i Lover l Pen(1. l 1 ‘ [11:14 Br.‘ a I n ; 0. F. Ill-g. () F. Nlckul lé Nlckol Gilded 5!h 2d 51h 36 .\'I<'kvl lllu. Ell l (iilllu'tl 1,3 Nichol (illilud 1le an, 0. F. llly. Tlh 0. l". lllg. Glcd (31h 71h 14‘, 0. "$‐ 2d104m 0. 1“. 115g. 0.“ F. mg“. B r . 0. F. u 2d 511) ngkel 54 Nickel Glldcd 1,5 Nickel Lever ‘Jll tn 41h ’ h (ill! ml: 7m Lowr l’mul. Xil'lul 71h 33d v, Nickel {uh l‘i‘llll, (illtlml ml lrkcl ml: Tlll Lnlxlml {3 Nickel C lldc(l "kcl l'»l|| 7(|| 5.111 ‘.‘(I NmuhLen-r 1h! th 211muh Lmpr f u l l liL Ulh 211 Rd Glh 71h (it I: ‘.‘d In uh Slll 2d "HI til h Mil fill) 211 2 m-Ilh 51h l'ennl. 01h I’epd. . Nina-ii Number and a i m , wiih Classification of Mamial and Description 0! Mannie-ix, Gum ' Ci”. : 9,007,001 in 9 5 m m ) , 000va unmum,_ muninu ' U'lll I7 ml .; 2-32 : 207 , '.' v ‘ I ’ I . 0. F. "lg. " ‘JA’IITIIINI, , , l r - ‘ i m _ , _ _ L’h',‘ , iii. m u ) , ' , ' . S l c k e l 21110 I l h 1,, u.. l-lwhuulii In m“ (m minimum . lium'illn! mimimi , liinlium I0." . llmnWI . . Hm. l i r i , '. I 1)l"m'. aw 10,099,101 L i wl ..vI, ' ' .. '"l"" , . , ';' a;. . uM.ckc-lm,.mi ''' '~ "loI ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. nu) I in]‘ ..',',,, ”III' , ",'E' III'I.lir.‘ II" ... III; .iii| ‘ " , I». I", WI Illg. AMI]”, ." i..| *''.'' ,I " 1_,- - , . , ‘Ilovllhi In“ .,...ii'' -~ .;,'v'.i ; GI . ennui. . 'I~;Il¢l| ‘ , v ' " ' i“ ' Iv. . -" AI '.’ i ' . '_, '.ckxl " (tht’ll 'iii.,1 llii|' ~_ri'ivi'i' Iiiiiii|i4i|",,i' i ' - “ll"..iim]" , _.' " ' . ' ' ‘ \ g " ' i . . illlillcd Jdln41h Lcrvr I'cml. ; ' i ' ' , 5'.. . - . , _. , I6.\I_gkcl .. . ii"? -' 53Xlgkci '-' " l g . uu 0. li’.Br. Nickel lll‘..'. “Nickel 0 I". Br Nickel ll‘l‘g. “ 0._l-‘. "kg. 0. I-‘. HIK‐ 0.1- . MNlckcI Slcukcl I“I Gilded 20lo 41h i 51h chkcl Isl 2d . \ ) -- » ‘2dl0vllh; Levcr' ' l’cnd. Iichcr; l’cjnl, ' LI‘VOI’ filh I'cml. Number. 10,100,601 10 10,100,700" 10.101.000 10 105000 10,100,000 10.107.000 Sty1e. Gilded 1,3 Xickm Nickvl Model 2d 5111 7111 2d 311 7111 3d 1>I 311 211 21110-1111 5111 0111 211 311 1 211 ’.‘1111) 1111 5111 11111 7111 11111 71111 1311 $11 111 1111 5111 6111 7111 211 311 59111 1’ Tmm. 10.131.001 10.130001 10113001 11151, 1 ) . 1". 111g, 11 1‐ 111m 11 4 1,5; 31171101 (111111111 '_- Nu-lu-l (511111111 V: 1\1C1\4‘1 10118001 10179001 101130001 10.181001 10191001 1'1'1111. 10,210001 10 ‘3/18.001 10.271.001 10,277,111]. L e v e r 10,11 $5 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number and Slade, wim Classi11oa1ion 01 Mainlial and Descriphon 01 Movement. N i c k e l 704 1". 1112 1 1111”. 111; 1) 1". m g . (L 1". 1 1 1 g 0. R 11111. 1 ) , 1". L-mhul 1/\ICk(I “chi-I 1251 ml V;- \Ic*k11 Nlckd GT11 111111911 {15 $1110] .\ 11'1011 E1 .\11'1l 1._1\1c1<-1 G l l d e d "1.1mm 1: Awkcl 2111011111 111 cr Gilded 55 Nickel 5111 211 2111 211 0111 ‘_'-1 7111 7111 211 “31110 ‘ 5111 0111 7111 (5111 7111 "311 7141101111 711I1 ] \ l 7111 1311 2111 kl 111 11 7111 211 311 9111 51h l'ulnl, 11111 "111 101111I 211 (1111 5111 15111 7111 211 7111 2d 2d 10 4111 5111 (1111 1101«r 1’15I111. 1 i n c k 1 1 | 111-11-r 1'1'1111 L u x u r 1’1‘1111. 1.1‘11‘1‘ 1‘1'1111 1’01111 l m h - r 15-1111. l‘.001 10.001001 10.1102.001 10.11‘JI,OOI 10,307,001 10,000,00l 10,1014101 l0.'l(72.001 10.40.5700! 10,407.001 10,408,001 10,400.00! 10,420,001 110.421.1171 Nickel 1 , 5 V. i c k e i Nickel K Nickel u u Gilded , %Nickel 11 Gilded 16 Nickel Nicicel 5111 2d 20 to m: 5111 10412.000‐ "ix-121.1101to 10,421,025.chm-Jed lo Gradew. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Numbev and Grade, wnh Classification oi Mitzi-AI and Description oi Movemeni. 169 Grade, 5 0:59 ' . an 212 m 215 0. F. Style. 1/, Nickel Gilded Gilded V \' ickel Sell. mind. Tnin. Quick Hui:Br. " 0.11.1", K Nickel 0. F. ~ : 6213. 115. 0.191”. Gild‘ed Nickel 54Gilded ‘4 N ickcl Gilded V, XLckel .\'icke] .. Gilded Nickel 54Nickel 2d (0 41h 5”; -d 2d 10 4111 2.9 5lh 2d 6311 21! lo uh '.'d til [0 4m 2d 2d 10 41h 01h Til) Olh 51h 2d 2d 97,4111 Lever Pond. Lew! 1'cmi. Larer Pond. u u u .. Lever i’end. u .. .. Lever I’end i__ Number. 10.1122,001 to 10,123,000.., Grade. Class. 119 1 207 01 208 63 210 go Size. F. Pl. Siyle. ‘ l ckel V;NIickcl Mode:1 2d 101111 51h m l ) T r a m , Quick I l iofsiafiooi 10.547001 10.5-30001 10.570.001 10,57-1,001 10.580.m1 10,58l,001"' 10,582,001 " O. 1". 111g. 5111 “fig. Gilded In! Ilci'cr l ‘ c i i d . 113.125.000 10,-19,000, 10131,000. 111g. 0. li‘. 11m, S e n , Luvcr I’Ulltl 1 10,123,001 10,125,001 10,129,001 10,131,001 10,-132.001 10,133,001 10131101 10,136,001 10.137.001 10.130001 10.110,001 10,111,001 10 10,112.001 1044300ny, 10,-113.001 100-111001 10,170,001 10,171.001 10,171,001 10,178.001 10,180,001 10.- 2,001 10,183,001 ’ 10,-181.001 10,13'001 101-1 1021971001 10ms001 21‘.’ Gilded 215 .1". 5111 1 0 1 1 1( N U lo 111i 1111\\‘1‘ 1'1'1111 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Grade with Classification 01 Maieiial and Descnpiion ni MOVEMEM. 217 2 1 3 111g, ,.,Nickel ‘ttlto 1111l 5 1 1 i 1x1 0111 T l l i ml llmcr l ’ u l ’ u l . 0. 1<‘ 1111041 ' I c l w l 7mgin- l) 1" 1112. 0111 ‘ l‘ciiil, 0 . F . 00 F. 115g. O.“F. 111g, llr. 0. 1".Br. 111g. 0.10. I l i g . O. 1". ”lg. l/g Nlckcl Nickel IA, Nickel Glt10d V.Nlpkcl 01h 7m 2111 3d (ill) 7111 Ed 10 11h 5 l h 2ud L e v e r 1'endl Nickel M11 imvcr G i l d e d iiiii l'viid 5| h Nickel 1-.( Nlckcl 311 211 (”1&11‘11 n Nickvl llded Nickel Gilded g \'lckcl T i l i an: 1 7! li (ii li M iii] 211 Ill) , lmwr [ L i 1iii 5111 l’l‘lld. m i ) T i l i 51h Imi1‘1‘ 51h l'ciul. 2d id to 111i. Leicr fill] l'ciid, iiiii 131] 311 Pill] Lui er Tlli Gilded (01111 Lever 51h 6 Nickel 0111 2(1 01h 71h lu1|li ‘ fiili Tiii 211 (0 1! li , 51h ‘ 1'Ullk1. Glldcd 2d 1/_ N 11:kcl 011] Tih Gilded (illi 7111 y. Vick-cl 2d 21.1 101111 20104111 LeVG)“ ml) l’e 2d d. n .. llwa. ml illllllnq inn, i mu m I'v7h' ml I n, F. v i’: Nickel G i l d e d 53Nickel Nickel G i l d e d a;Nickel ‘ llll i 5111 521110i l l ) 51h ‐ 1 2d 22-1lo ah; i 55.1]: . ’ 10.74-1.Ofll 10.745( X I I i0.7'ifi.(lIi 10.747.(Kii 10.7“,001 till: i 7“) 63. 10301.001 Niq‘kei 2d to in; 10.031!no, ' ili.i5i’.'0|I0 , lli‘;. Gilgcd 0 if. mmo nm' ', ilI.533.( “ I, .. fill 10,108.01). m a m m a l to 103mm.changed to Grade 283. 1,6 Nickel 2d 1 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. wulh Classification of Mnierill and Demlulion oi Movemmt. Size. l". Pl. 1. 2; Pl. l_____ | i 3d 3 sn- ' 01)! ) 7|il : 2d lo uh I .5 t h 3d 2d Team. QIIicL 1 l'.Pl. 3, Pl. | lug. 0 l“, l .\‘ickei 0 l'. "lg. V_Xickcl O. i". u ! l". P ] . ?4N. u if, m. w n. | lilg. 0. l". n "my: 0 Vickci Lever i’end . lily, illp’ilrfi 30. F llr. (a High ( L i - ' . il'lfl. (I, l'. iilg. O. l' llii-L "5.5. lg»Sickoi kci i ”Gilded 2d filh 7.“ . m i l Till i-"lil an: 211 TU) 24! Style Model. 2d to 4th 5th 2d 7th 5!“ 2d 2d to 4th 5m Gill 7!h 61h 71h SC". .. 51“ Gilded 6Nickel ; u Gilded Nickel “a Vickci fill) 71h 5! ll dill till a 2d ; 51h id to ilh (Sill 7th , 51h l .‘.'d l whilst!!!” ' 5lll , 56Nickel Gligcd 2d(w0ith] g Nickel 123l1 l culled M104“! ,. .\'ickcl 2d 5!h "d (ill) I '-’d i Sill I 51h m l 10,798,001 10,709.001 10,800,001 10.80.1001 , -. . f. ' ' ' ; . 10,509.001 101510000. _. 10810001 10811000 _ . " '. ' . 1 11111, 3111g. Hr. 1101'01‘ . l’t-ml. " Lex’er “ '., , , . . . . ,. . . . . . , . If. . j o 15. 1 10,803.001 10301001 10.3500] 10,506,001 109071101 10,908,001 _-n ' 4 l. ‘ ' ' “ ”1,1. . . " Gilded 115.- \icllh 2d 10 1111 . .. . ....,‘.' '‘1111:Mr. ,,,.. ,'111g.' ‘.,_- 1 .,._‘'1". . '- , O, 1’. 1112. 1 . l). l". Nickel “ " Gilded Nlckul ' “ , _., 108111101 10.812,00l 10,813,001 10,814,001 10,SI5,001 10,818.001 10,519,001 ‘ 10,812,001 . 10.82.5001 .. . ‘ ‘ ., 71h 10,312,000. .. , <1 ,. ', ., , . 10,827,001.',, .. ' ' 91h 10,829,001 10,&0,001 10,831,001 10,632,001 10,833,001 10,834,001 10,835,001 10836001 10331001 10,838,001 10,830.00] 10 813.001 10.854,001 10335001 _. F. “ 11!" 2d -‘ 2d10»11.11 10,003.001 10.903001 10,900,001 10,907,001 111.912.001 10,913,001 10,914,001 10,917,001 10,918,001 103,511,001 10,921,001 111 . o. 1‘. 1113.11): “ O. F. 1113. Gllded " 1/9 N‘l‘ckel ',l". .0.1". .‘4 . O.F.Br, , "111g.%\ 2d l’end. "(1104111 Lever 51h , l'end. _ 11,. ,,“ _ ’l.‘ “ O.1<‘. ”U: 5 6111 “ . . . . 0. l " . 111g. u 1/5 Nlckel " 1".Pl. % Pl. 1". P1. 91Pl. « 1115.7, G l l d e d O, F. “ ““ 111g. ‘/= Nlckel 0.1".“ (1111 7th 5111 2d 5111 211 3.“ (11h 131110 4111 5111 2:1 ",“‘ . 0, 1“. 51h 61h 71.11 Gilded l/g Nlckcl l/g Nlckel l‘elxd. Glldml 51h Nlckcl Sth “ 1211104111 " 5111 Gilded 2d V5Nlckol (1111 O.I". “ .7111 “ Lever “ Pond. L e v e r l’end. “ “ ‘ 7111 111g. . 15Nickel 211 “ O. 1“. 111g. " 0, 1~‘. mg,llr. ‘ ' 61h 311 5111 2d 2d 1.21411) .. 10,921,001 lufu’unvl G l l d c d X ickcl 55, \"1cke1. 4. Z Glued 1aS‘1cke1 5111 151, 2d to 4th '31 h 2d ‘ . ’ d 104111 51h 61h 1th 2d 51h 2d | 3d 61h |211 [KO-111) ' : 5111 bl h 7x,11 1 5! h 1 llm-‘IJMI |\1‘,I.~.'ylw] lam-7 111] hum-11m! l MVP 1111 1|,|.l| ml 11.1nvlhvn1 11.01”m] 11,015,111“ 11.0015 1m 11,0117 WI 11,012 001 11,011,111! '.ml «WI 1101 ufmvfimu 1mm 4m . . to I1.0391!“ 11,010,001 11.011.001 11.011001 11,040,001 11,019,001 00 ,ll.,.. 1Ixn11uu1_ . H .m;uu)_ 11 mum" hm um lllelilJUD'' 11.010.“ ll 013.00 11"I _1000 Gl‘t'led ll; N161ml Nickel y; S1ckc1 ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. Number a n d Guuef with Clasmvcahon 01 ante'ial and Unscripfion 01 Movement. 1‐100691. 1 5 m , Pe’yd. Lever 1’2’1‘111. L e v e r P0114]. 1 Train. Quick 0. mg " o."1'. Ills: B r . 0. 1".In. 0, F. 0. F. “ "lg. Gilded mg, %“eke! " y, Nickel 0.F. “ 111.51. 111g. 0."F. mg. Br. In (111ch %Nickel , " hlckel “ " " Gllded V, .' Joke! Nlckel K N1ckel u G lldcd mike! . 11,169,001 170,001 Glh " T|l1 21! $41] Gill T l l l ‘ . ’ ( l ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and G12de,wilh Clnssi'rcafion cl Matevial and DESCI‘lDlOfl oi Movemenl. jemde. Class. Site. Style. Model. 1 Sun.’ .11‘ 11,100.001 . .. 2343 115 ',' ' ~ 211 ‘pend ”1101.88: ,4. . 1' 109 . . “ 12dlo-lll1‘Lm'cr 1~1> ., ’ 11,103.001 . -. . 1110411111 , ‘ . . ' ll,l(l5.001 -. . . 11.109.00| , :._ .' ll.lll.00l.a‘..'51]:l l‘eml. ll.ll-l,001 . ,’ -. . 61h " 11,116.001 , , ‘ .‘ . . 7111 ‘ ”JV/1001 ,.''".-.'21l ’lm 2d 3d 211 3d N l c k e l 2 d ( 0 41h ‘ANlckcl 2d ‘ " 12d [0 “ l l A . ._ . , ‘ O.'. 3d lllg. Br. Glh 0.1".Br. 71h mg. Glldcd 2d 101th Lever O. F. “ 51h I’cnd. lllg. V1Nickel 2d “ “ Glldcd “ “ l/é Nlclacl “ OF. " zm lllg. 1 2.1 ‘- 1 ‘ ' 101111 5111 Nlckcl “ 1 3111 “ Ulll l’cml " 7111 Lu L'l' l/2Nickel ‘2d1011h ‘ “ I fill) ‘ l’cnnl. H VTlll ' Gilded “ 1/2Nickel 1 2d " Lever l'cntl. 0. F. lllg. Glldcxl Unl “ V;Nickel um l O. l“. “ 7th 1113,,“ 2d O. l". ' “ 5th F.1’l. fifh uw- :: w “ ‘ 2d 10 -lll1x 5m “ 6111 1“. Pl. “ Nickel 211104“) Lever 9.1H. 0,F. " 81h " “ “ R m . lllg. lir. O. 11“.Hr. 0. F. (llh l’cml. 71h " ?'Pl. llt'. “ ' l;e\‘elr 211 cm. “ "E’ 0. F. lug. O. F. lllg. “ 2d 10 11111' 51h (Slh 7111 Lever l’cnd. “ 0 . Hm. 1”. 1041111 51h 61h 31? Lever l'end. " Lever l‘opd. O. F. Ill". .( o. "11. M In". Glldcd 1041h 0. To. '- 51h Hm. l/{_. Nickel O. F. “ llt‘g. n ‘ 51h g”: le‘l‘ld' 61h l " 3&1 ‘ " [041111 Lewr um l 7111 1 3d 211 2d" Lm'ur m ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH co. Nun-nu and Grace wun Classification ol Material and Description 01 Movement inade ; Class I Sun. Slye. ‘ Model. | Sm. I Train. 0! 94’ I’I . lé-Nlckel 3d Pena. Quick ' ' 2 “Us,Iir, 14mm”3,,v,,. 7 -.ll”. sin-(ml : Y' L _ T .. IIx”ml ‘‘ 0. 0. F. 1Ikg. 0. F. 113g. 0,"I", , " l g . Iir. HT 100 1101.1,ln GIIdcd 7111 IOIJ 54N'Ickel 113~ ‘ no "“ 1m' ‘" 1". PI. ..5“,uu E'J . 4 33 , um. m. ll‘l‘g. Nlckel " 1,2 Nickel Lever Pepi]. 12d(0Ilh Lev’er 51h l’cnd. | I 0. li‘. ” llllg. “ Gilded ‘A chkcl fw " lug. U."I". .. I 2d ‘4 " 3d I | I o’lf'’". r" GIId0d u Gilded 1,5 N I c k c l 54.‘Ickel -- “ 0“:ch 55Nl‘ckcl a GIldcd 54Nickel 0. I", " mg. Gllded I u l'cnd. " Le vcr l’end, « u u Lever l’end. Lever l'elld. " 0. I-‘. Hm. " 01h “ M I -' '.‘d [0 41h Lever 0.I”, " 5!hPena. Gilded |' 5', N‘i‘ckcI Lever l'end. Iu l JG"' o ‘i “ 55Sicko! "u 2a I: Number. 11.400.001 11.403.001 11.4L\I.OUI 1I AON‘OI I 19105.01“ HAMLUUI ' 11,411,000. II.411.001 Grade Class. Size. 91 P1. F. P1. 24’ “Pl. Style. y:.\'|_ Seth 1P e n d . 1 1 1 1 Le\cr Train “315.001 “316.001 11.07.0111 11,419,001 00 11, 3.000. 11.4 16.000. 11,417,000, to 11.403.000.._ 11.1101000. 11,407,000. 11.40‘3000. 11.40.1000. M o d e l , 1.011 2d 2d (0 11 h “1 h 6111 7111 211 N1ckcl 71.11 l/ Xtckcl 1 1:41 211le uh 1 Quli‘ck L l ‘ e u d . 1 11,419.000. ) ELGIN NAJTONAL.VVATCH Co. Number and Grade, l e h Classification of Mnierial and Descnpfion of Movement. Ill-g. Br. . o. w. m. , (ill-11:11 (jihlml ‘- XIL‘kl'l .\ |.<-1 y: Mam fill. .-111 Luci“ 51h l’cnd. 1211104111 61h 7111 211 em 7111 2d lo 41.11 Fun 241 311 ‘.'d 111g. B r . 0F 5111 1113: 2d 2d (0 “11 2d 10 41h (11 F. 5111 t. 0111 am 0. F. 711) mg. 2d 0.1 Ih‘g. 711) 2d 6111 7111 Gllded 54Nickel Gl1rled V, N'1ckol 2d Make) 2d to 41,1] 111g. B r . 0, 14‘. B r . 111g. 0. 1“. 111g. 0. F. ”kg. .. 0. F. 1.1.2.3. Oi F. 1 t '. 0.1 “it. 0. 1". 111g. 11m. Mr. O. 11‘. B r . 111g. 0. 1“. 113g. 5111 a 51.1] 5111 01h 7111 in] 2d (0 uh 5m 2d 0111 2d 10 ul- Leva‐ Pond. M11 I’eml. be.\1m1 21! 3d S111 (1111 1.01er ”flaw. ll,t5“.‘ml ' ' A‐ 1/2 X'i'ckcl ..d10uh Lover j H unm- 11.0101”! II.bII.( “ I l 1,7W,OOI I I .60136!” II lib.l ) ! " IIJflI‘fl ” . Pena g.\ (uh ' |L€JHIMII . ll,ln wt), 1)rum, II.“"(In)” I. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. Number and Gmdc, with Clasarhcafivn of Material and Destripfion of Movement I Grade. , Class,i ..‘ m n.' I Sim. “16 Pl. .' F.“PI. ii "I’l. I".P]. u 1; VI. Sfiyg. Model. i_ _ ‐ ' S m . Train. Le‘yer Quick Pond. Lever Fund. o. F. ll‘t‘g. (In1F.x ' 0." 1". “lg. O. l". Nlgkcl V,» N‘l‘ckel u Glldud '(lz NI“kcl 81h m h '.'d 2d 1041h 51h 61h 7 1 ! ) 0. F. "lg. Hm.Mr, Lever l’end. Lever Pe‘pd. u 3.. L e v e r Peru. u L e v e r Pend. 0. 54S‘I‘ckel 0 . Illgl.‘ B r . Nlake! 2 IIIL'. MNickel 0. 1". "lg. ‘ I i l l ! " ‐ 0. . Gilded 9 4N i c k e l ” "lg. GIIdea 96Nickel OI I". lg. lv‘ u mu. m. .III'Br. 1 '. 'i-. Glldcd 1,6 Nickel '.’d lo 41h i| 01h Gllged 54Nickel Glltlcd y, S‘l‘ckol Gilded u A Arbors. Balance (see Stalls. Balance.. Arbors, Barrel ............ Arbors and Barrels, Fitted . Arbors, Center (seeArbors, Selll Arbors, l’allet... Arbors, Pallets and Forks Arbors. Settlng Arbors Sweep Second Arbors, \\ indlm: Arbors .\luln W heel (see ,\.rbor‘ B trrel) lle\cl l’lnlon l’l\ots...... . B e tcl \\ heels (see \\ heels M a i n ) Brut-res. Balance ( w e cocks) . llrtdges B a r r e l llrltlges, Bevel l’inlon.... llrld-ws, l ‘ u l l e t Brltlgt-u 'l'ta|n.. [ i n hlnfls Bur-rd \ t l m | Bn..hlng~, ('tntex N'tull . Cams. Sctltlng Cum», ettlnxSprtng. ( ‘ u m Levers. . . . Cam Sprlngs Cannon l'lnlons Cannon l’lnlot ‘ Clips. Arbor Cups,Ratchet,Brassand Nl‘ckul Caps, Ratchet,Steel. .. .. . Cap .lenels \rb0r, l‘allel, Loner . Cap .le\ Arbor, l’nllet, Upper CapJent, Plnlon, Escape, Loner. . (.‘apJewels, l'lnlon l‘:\('ll|>t‘, t‘ppur. Cap .Ienels. Stall, Balance, [ m m - r CapJenels, Stall. Balance, I'pper .. - Center Arbor" (see _\rbor~,St-tt1ng Center (“ups .. Center l’lnlons _. .. C e n t e r l ‘ l n l o n \n t s Center l’lnlon \\ ushers Center Stalls........ CenterStat! Bushln Center Stntl' .lenels, L o “or (‘enterStat!‘Janel»,l ppor Center Stall" Washer . Center \\ hel: Center \\ lp-cls, Complete Center W hetl \'uts._ Clamps, Minute Wheel. Clam] . , Rnlchet.. . .. Clamps, Ratchet Wheel Clamps,SettIngWheel... ArborBushtngs. Barrel .. Arbor Caps Arbor Cups Arbor Washers Arms, \' lbratlng Aa| l‘ininn .Is\ '-l~ rp,l,:1nrr 'u|1l,'l’|nm|r l: nu, w r p , l ppur ..»1'|1v£nn.luneis. Ilule, how: , .\rl1or. Puller, Lower. . \1'|mr, 1‘ ”Pl. ("pper ..\rlvor. n'ccpSeconll, l ' p p e I'Inlnn npo,Loner. c k , Ilole i'inlon I',~cu|1e. Upper. ,~. Jlnle. l'inion, Fourth, Loner. u' l'llllOlI Jewels. Ilulo, prpcr , I -vu p " \\'hr->I~' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , lIolo.Smll,Balance.1\~'~orlcd . a.Hole.Slall. 1mlance. Lower , ,Ivnni~. Ilulv,Mull“, llulum'e."pl-(rt \, IlnltnMani (Jenn-r, Low-r 'el,~, llule ’ all, Cenler, Upper. . pr ‘\'l|1'l"- 1nd I’Inlons \\'l1ml~ n illl Sflckuln ( w e \\'ln'l'l~'. l l o n r ) .... I l l ill Jewels, i’ullel Stones ,. . , .lunuh,Roller,or.lew .Ionvis, Roller, or Jewel l’lus .lunell'ln~.... Key l’osls (see Arbors, lmrrel).. L Levers('ee Forks) . Lever Cum .... Lev , (.‘hnch.. Levers,Sl'lling .... ,. LI er hpnngs. (.‘Iulch , Ln prings‘. elllng Lm-utlon of Dial F et Lower l'lutcs ....... blnln Screw Washers . Main Springs ....... .\lnln Wheels ... liuinWheelArbors(see “bow, Ilurrel) Main Wheel Studs MaleSlop Works . Minute llnnds Minute Wheels . ll lnule Wheel Clamps Modelsof Movements Movements}. Description of N Nuts.Center Plnion.. Nuts. Celner Wheel . Nutsand Screws. Regulator.......................... III-Ill'Nlll|1\\0!l\§... I: m. I‘lnlnm h. -:l'lnloni l~ I|I|l|\\l .l-(wv'\\hm-li.lu l"|rrl1\\'l u n i Pinion. ( w - l>ork~nnd ' ,' , . . F o r ) “ l’illlvh’flild Arhor l’ourlh l'lniun‘ Fourth l’lnlnn .Ien I-‘ourlh i’inlun .I\:\\|'l> Upper Fourth\\ln-wl . .. ... .. . . . .. . 1p.) . . . 71! Fourth Win: i’rlcllon R111 1dl’lillfllin,. ....... . G GoingWheels(sec Barrels H Ilnnrls, llournnd Minnie ilmuls, ilour, Minnieand Second, .\ Hands, Minute. . ... Iiunds,Second. Ilnnds.Second. Asaortcd llnml Posts (see A r b o r s J S c n l n g ) liends. Pinion (see Pinions, Center) Ilourilunds llour Wheels Iiubs. llnrrel Hubs, Barrel Arbor.. I Indexes ..................................... Inter-Selling Wheels" ' Inter-Winding Wheels .. i l n i r Springs, Colleled... i l a i r Spring L'ollers lialrSpringStuds. llunris,"our... ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. DJ 16 ... Whm-i- “i111l’lninm1..rc\\'l1uu|~, ”innit-L... livi , IL . \\'l1~., .\l’l1|~.l,~ci l”? . il‘ll '.l , NH : , i f » ; ' (iii . ..................... ' .lvnela, ilole. l'inion, I-‘onrih,Upper liole, i'lnion, Third, Lower. ilole, i'inlon,’i‘l1ird, L'pper... Pallets a n d Fork.» Pallets. Forksand Arbor Pallet .\ rlmrs , Pallet .\rhor.lewe .Cttp L o “er Pttllet ArborJewels, Cnp. Up l m r Pallet Arbor .leueis. llole, Lott er Pallet A r b o r - l u r c h , Hole, Upper Pallet liridge< . . . . , Pallet Stairs (See .\rbor<, Pallet)... Pallet Stones ( J e n 011) Pendant liars ,, Pendant Spri l’inionc, Bevel Pinions. Cannon.. Pinions. Cannon. Plnions‘.C o m e t , Pinion Second “lteels' ( w e \\'he(~ls1 Center) , . Second \\’I111el<11111l l‘in10ns (\e1*\\'i1..\- P11 PAM}: . 103 ~m11'1h) 110 23 213 . 32 3‘1' , 38 l’inionc. Pinion Pinions, F‘ourth Pintons. Fourth 11nd Wheeh _ l’iniom eeond(See Pinion<. Pinions Sweep Second. l’inions.Thlri .. . peand Wheels tith nee l‘inlons Pin.ons. Thirtl anti \\ hee Pinions.\\i1nling(~eePinio Pinion Heads (see l'inlon».Center), Pins, Bevel l’inion Pins, Jewel ., Pins,Setting. PinteS. Lower. Plates.‘1‘op . l’it'ots.Bevel l‘inion ,. Peas. llund (see Arbors. Po>ts1Key(seeArbors,llarrel)...... Posts, Winding (see Arbors, liurrel) Petnnces,..........._._ _ . . . . . Rntchets Ratchet Cups, Steel. Ratchet Cttps, Brassand Xickein RatchetClitmps..........__._.. ._ Ratchet Wheels Ratchet Wheel Clam] Ratchet \\'heel Washer, Regulators Regulator Nuts and Scret Regulator Springs ._ . , Rings, Dust. (see Band . Dust) Rings, Friction R i n g Wheels. Rollers.Safely. Rollers, Table Rollers, Table. w i t h Jewels Roller Jewels or Jewel I’in1 S Safety R o l l e r s . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . _ . . . Scales, Regulating (see Indexes) Screws Screws, Assorted Screws and Nuts. Regulate ScrewTaps .... Sewnd Hands . , ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH Co. liet‘el) .Cltticlt. lmt‘ur Spring,» Setting 1.» Sprit‘igs,1\lttilt Springs, Pendant .. ._ Springs, Regulator Springs Settingv p r t n15 Setting. .\~S‘011e , rings, Y01:11(511;Spr111;.:~1 \'1hr1111111,: .\1'111> 1|1111r12~1..\13lliiigi_Sec .\rl-or- 4 1 m g ) . tlTS.Balance. 5111115. 151111111 Sittils.l’1tllet (‘ee \rbor~. P a l l e t ) Stntl BilslliligS_ Center .......... . Stop works. Femnie. Stop \\'orks. Male Selim; ,\ri1or~ , .. ~11111g lt11r~ ,. _ ,, Hill"Ciil\iS_ .. Setttngt1111111110 S1t|1ng t r h m t‘ t|]1S(S1113ienter t‘ | 1 p ~ 1 Selilllgi1('\t€l‘S SellingLc\t'l'.\|11'il12S Setting l ' i m Setting Sinp . . . . . i11p]11~1‘<. S1-11111: .S'11-11t'rw \\'i111l|11,_'- \rlv111' .Sptt_'11.:.\r111 \ 111111111;r , , . .Spr1n'. ( ‘ o n u ' n (‘Dmpli ( ‘ i i t k (nu-Ralc'hch) . ,'1r0\\n (N4.- “i , Mann... Din]will!I'inmn~he»\\ hock.\iinnw) nl “ i i h \‘o«knels ( w e \\' h(vi~', Iiouri . . Wilccls. .\inin Wheels; Minute .. Wheels; Ratchet Whack, Ring, vlling. . ‘c-cp Second . Wheelc.Winding(weWhoa \\ ilnllm.’ Arbors \\'imllug Arbor Siemo “’ i m i l n g lirid'', see iicvcl Pinion ilyid Win-lingCups . . .. Arbor). Windingi'mions(secl’inIonza,Bewi) W i n d i n g P i n i o n S t u d s( w e I ' i v o l s . B e v e l P i n i o n ) . Winding i'osls (see Arbors, iinrrei) Winding: and Selling Ciulchm Winding Wheels (sec Wheels, Ratchet) Y ‘ ‘ Yoke,(sec-Arm».Vibrating) Winn-i”l,-z,"ll‘r\\ uh Sm In H (~ 0 \\ hoe » m a u v e ) , I lflh uvuil’lni(1x\~:lsoc\\'h.. Hv. Minnie) . I "|r~l . . II ln'vi~ i-‘inl, “ i l i l iinrrcl.\rbor.uul iluiv, “hr-ch. I-ourliL. , . . . . . Fourth Ami i‘ininu. .. ~ Goinghm' iiarreh). .. I.Iour , , \\ Ineis,inn-rSelling. . and i’In.). g fig? E $fl%p’~‘ r, Ws§~ »~‘ a?» $5? 149: h, $%“ afia” W? ': 3 3 $29. Qfi ag If