- earlier know as the American Waltham Watch Company, set out to do what no other watch manufacture could - make a complete watch for broad marketing - under one roof. Special (Denver and Rio Grande) Dennison Howard and Davis, George Washington , J. View Movements » 16 size Waltham pocket watches: Many of the previously listed 18 size models were also manufactured in 16 size as well, and in a variety of jewel counts from 7 to 23 jewels including the Premier Maximus, Waltham's 5 minute repeater, the Stone Movement, Sol, Weems navigation pocket watch, and models: M# 1888, M#1899, M#1908, 1623, G#1622, G#1621, G#1617, G#637, G#610, G#620, G#645, G#665, G#637, G#610, G#620, and the Waltham Tennyson model.
His goal was to produce watches of the highest quality using interchangeable machine-made parts.
It had many name changes over the years and a couple of small reorganizations and eventually became the Waltham Watch Company in the early 1900s.
The very best, most expensive Waltham watches for all of that roughly 50-year period, from 1859 until maybe 1915 or so, were always labeled American Watch Co. The town of Waltham had become well known, and the name appeared on all of their watches as the location anyway.
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