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Lancaster Watch Co.

Grade: Lancaster Watch

Manufacturer: Lancaster Watch Co.
Manufacturer Location: Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Movement Serial Number: 1369
Grade: Lancaster Watch
Variation: No. 3
Model: Perry
Estimated Production Date: 1879-1881
Run Quantity: 800
Grade/Model Run: 2 of 3
Grade/Model Total Production: 920
Variant Est. Production: 800 (18S-MPERRY-20J-HGP)
Size: 18s
Jewels: 20j
Movement Configuration: Hunting
Movement Finish: Gilt
Movement Setting: Pendant
Plate: 3/4 Plate
Train: Quick
Regulator: Patent
Hairspring: Breguet
Adjusted: No
Railroad Grade: No
Movement Markings: Lancaster Watch
Case: Various
Run ID: 3.G2.18S2.M2.H2.P2.20J2
Database Version: v52.355
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Registry Population: 24 (3.00%)
Research Note: Adams & Perry Watch Co. Production. #1751: Verified with nickel top plate, gilt pillar plate, gilt barrel, nickel pallet bridge, and mixed balance cock.

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