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Pitkin, 1838-1841 Henry Pitkin, East Hartford
H. and J. F. Pitkin, East Hartford
Pitkin & Co., New York

The first watch made was signed Henry Pitkin; 50 were made and just one example has survived; it was discovered by Jon Hanson in the early 1970s. It is the rarest and most significant early American watch--the first interchangeable watch made on American made machinery

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