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Waterbury Watch Co., 1880-1898 Waterbury, Connecticut. Name changed from Benedict & Burnham. Famous for their long wind watch which was eventually discontinued but continued on with their duplex escapement in conventual sizes. Reorganized as the New England Watch Company in 1898.

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I actually miplaced this watch for about 4 years--it finally surfaced!
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It was there all along eh?

Thanks for posting it...
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Great Waterbury,
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Is that reverse painted on glass?
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then what is it?
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Stamped into the Bezel Jon? Is it a series C ? It is a beauty, I noticed an original box only on e-bay recently.
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