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Ingraham Watch Company, 1911-1968 Originally the Bannatyne Watch Company after Archibald Bannatyne in 1905. After 1968 Ingraham watches were imported. Major dollar watch producer.

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Old 05-16-2007, 07:43 PM
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Default Ingraham Shipmate,& Seven Seas

Here are a couple Ingrahams, one has been pictured here before, and the other is just slightly different. The Seven Seas is with the Original box and papers, it is from 1957, and The Shipmate is dated 1942.

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Here is the Seven Seas with Original Box and Papers

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Very nice !!

You should send that to an old sailor, and I just happen to know one.
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Old 05-17-2007, 10:25 AM
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Thanks for your comments Steve!. I forgot about your fond association
with things of the Sea, these are right up your alley. I'm not sure what posessed Ingraham to sell these and to use another manufacturer to make the dials, I cannot think of another Ingraham model where they did that, but this watch is very collectable, and surprisingly didfficult to come by.
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