Pocket Watch Database

From the American Horology Archive:
Waltham Grade A.T. & Co. Pocket Watch Movement

American Waltham Watch Co.

Grade: A.T. & Co.

Manufacturer: Waltham
Manufacturer Location: Waltham, Massachusetts
Movement Serial Number: 140388
Grade: A.T. & Co.
Model: 1860
Estimated Production Date: September 1864 - February 1865
Run Quantity: 400
Total Production: 8,102
Size: 16s
Jewels: 15j
Jewel Setting: Screw-Set
Movement Configuration: Adaptable
Movement Finish: Gilt
Movement Signing Style: Formal Script
Movement Inlay Color: None
Movement Setting: Key
Plate: 3/4 Plate
Hairspring Stud: Vibrating
Adjusted: Yes
Adjusted to Position: Yes
U.S. Patents: 30772, 41461
Movement Markings: Appleton, Tracy & Co.
Waltham, Mass.
Stratton's Patent
Fogg's Patent
Feb. 2, 1864
Data Research: c.1900 Waltham Factory Ledgers
1954 Waltham "Gray Book" List
Database Version: v48.130

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Anonymous · October 4, 2021

Serial Number 140254 was reported as accurate.

brianwatches 53 · June 8, 2021

Serial Number 140388 was reported as accurate.

Anonymous · May 6, 2019

Serial Number 140288 was reported as inaccurate.

Curator Response: Thanks for the report. Some "Equity" watches were manufactured later in production and contain shorter serial numbers. As such, these are not covered in the database since the original serial number runs are more relevant to the company historical context.

Anonymous · September 22, 2018

Serial Number 140296 was reported as accurate.

ngupaan 95 · August 26, 2018

Serial Number 140241 was reported as inaccurate.

Note: I notice that the Catalog archive cut you have
associate with these Model 1860 A.T & Co watches
state that they are quick train. This is
incorrect, to my knowledge quick train is 18,000
Bph and these are 16,200 Bph. So I would say
either the catalog cut is wrong or you have used a
catalog cut for the later model A.T & Co grades,
not the Model 1860?
Curator Response: Indeed. The Model 1860 does not have a quick train. The catalog does not indicate the specific model, so it is associated with all Appleton, Tracy & Co. grade lookups. Since it was published c.1884, it is likely describing the Model 1883 Appleton, Tracy & Co. movement.

Anonymous · August 7, 2018

Serial Number 140145 was reported as accurate.

Anonymous · December 21, 2016

Serial Number 140060 was reported as accurate.

Changes since this report was submitted:
Movement Finish changed from Gilt or Nickel to Gilt
Waltham Grade A.T. & Co. Pocket Watch Movement