This fantastic watch was manufactured by the American Watch Co. while the United States was on the verge of the Civil War. The Arabic numerals on the dial, hand-painted with a Serpentine style, were uncommon during this era.
Manufacturer: American Watch Co. (Waltham)
Serial Number: 17939
Estimated Production Date: July 1859
Grade: Appleton, Tracy & Co.
Total Production (A.T.&Co, M1857): ~68,278
Jewels: 16 Jewels
Setting Method: Key
Winding Method: Key
Factory Adjusted: Yes
Railroad Grade: N/A
Dial: Single-Sunk, Hand-Painted Serpentine Arabic Numerals, Enamel
Hands: Blue Diamond with Polished Tips
Case: A.L.D. Coin Silver
Condition Notes: Dial has slight blemishes.
What to Love About This Watch: The Appleton, Tracy & Co. grade was one of the best grades manufactured by Waltham during this time, and the hand-painted serpentine dial is extremely difficult to find on a watch of this age.
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