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New York Watch Company, 1866-1875 Springfield, Massachusetts. First model was 18s gilt 3/4 plate stem wind. Made movements in 16s and 18s, of 3/4 plate and full plate styles . All long cocked key winds are gilt. Interesting grade names. All originally cased 3/4 plate watches in either sizes are scarce. Interesting product line and variations.

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Several American watch company products DO HAVE Wolf Teeth winding wheels, NY Watch Co first model SW movements do have wolf teeth, as does a very rare series V E. Howard SW movement, #50,005.

It is important to understand and learn correct watch terms and definitions! Without them needless streams of consciousness simply confuse and uneducate the collecting community.
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