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Hamilton Watch Company, 1892-1969 Born out of the Adams and Perry and Lancaster line of watches made in Lancaster, Pa., Hamilton achieved notority in the watch world as building one of the best performing watches. Made many watches in various grades and sizes, from 7-23, plus one in 25 jewels (unique); in hunting and open face. designs. Especially famous for massive advertising campaigns and the well known and highly successful 992-B.

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Default Banner Listing for Hamilton's

Serials 49001-49400 are listed as 927 with Banner in parathesis in the Hamilton Listing I have.

What does the Banner mean ?
NAWCC No. 160643
Chapter 149 No.110

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