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New York Watch Co.

Grade: Springfield

Manufacturer: New York Watch Co.
Manufacturer Location: Springfield, Massachusetts
Movement Serial Number: 6
Grade: Springfield
Variation: Stemwind
Model: Springfield
Estimated Production Year: 1868
Run Quantity: 200
Grade/Model Run: 1 of 7
Grade/Model Total Production: 470
Size: 19s
Jewels: 19j
Jewel Material: Ruby
Jewel Setting: Screw-Set
Movement Finish: Gilt
Plate: 3/4 Plate
Regulator: Plain
Hairspring: Flat
Standard Dial Type: Double-Sunk
Adjusted: Yes
Adjusted to Temperature: Yes
Movement Markings: Springfield
Case: Various
Run ID: 1.G1.19S1.M1.[1.[1.19J1
Database Version: v52.358
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Registry Population: 6 (3.00%)
Research Note: #119: Verified with Key-Wind arbor on main wheel. #163: Missing winding wheel, main wheel features standard teeth (not wolf teeth like other Springfield movements). Wolf-teeth winding wheels were included in the auction and may have originally been fitted on #163. Additionally, this movement appears to be lever-set.

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