These are some vintage news pieces and other assorted information from various watch and watchmaking sources, all posted at the ElginTime Watch Blog. This is just a small sampling, you can find much more there.
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From a Quacker to His Watchmaker
The American Horologist magazine, May 1940
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William Samelius Seeks Rare Clock Part
Why Your Watch Stops - Part 1
Why Your Watch Stops - Part 2
Why Your Watch Stops - Part 3
War Talk Prompts Southern Grandma To Buy Watches
Horology magazine, October 1939
Takes The Cake
The American Horologist magazine, November 1938
Know the Escapement, by Sarah and Homer Barkus, 1945
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Elgin Looks Way Beyond 1923
Vintage Elgin National Watch Co. Advertising
Railroad Watches, 1890
The American Horologist magazine, January 1942
The American Horologist magazine, February 1936
Elgin Watchmakers College Trains Men for State Examinations
The American Horologist magazine, November 1941
A virtual Watch Museum
Elgin watches restored, cleaned and serviced
Regarding the care and cleaning of pocketwatches
Elgin watch mini-FAQ
Frequently asked questions
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