Antique Clocks, Pocket Watches, Etc. "Brotherhood Of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen". Type - Ball-Hamilton " Brotherhood Of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen " Railroad Grade Pocket Watch - Size - 16 - Jewels - 17 - Double Roller - Yes - Serial Number - 643410 - Made In - 1936 - Make/Model - Model 999 - Type of Regulator - Whip Lash - Last Cleaned - Winter, 2015 - Ruby Jewels - Yes - Jewels Screwed Down or Pressed - Screwed Down - Gold Jewel Settings - Yes - Steel Escape Wheel - Yes - Positions Adjusted To - 5 - Type Of Dial - Single Sunk - Type Of Numerals On Dial - Arabic - Condition of Dial - Perfect - Anything on Dial - Ball Dial - Number of Stars - 2, Less Than 1,000 were initially made. No guess at how many still exist. Case Materials - Silver Hamilton Showman's Case - Written On Movement - Official "B of F & E" Standard; Motor Barrel; Adjusted 5 Positions; Double Roller; Ball Watch Co.Saphire Pallets; 17 Jewels; Safety Pinon - Railroad Watch - Yes - Type of Hands - Spade - Key Wind or Stem Wind - SW - Pattern on Movement - Circular Damaskeening - Lever Set - Yes, By The Numeral - Case Style - OF - Condition Of Case - Great - Anything on Case - "Hamilton" Is Written On The Top & Bottom Bezels Of The Showman's Case - Crystal - Glass. This Ball-Hamilton Railroad Grade Pocket Watch Is In.
Brotherhood Of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen. Railroad Grade Pocket Watch was made during the height of the Depression or in 1936. This watch is a Model 998. 998 is a Model reserved for a special selection of Railroad Watches. For example, this watch was dedicated to the "Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen"!
It also has 2 Stars, which means that there were less than 1,0000 initially made. So there's no guessing at how many still remain! It also comes in a Watch Salesman's Case!
This is advantageous because the Case shows you that it holds a Hamilton watch. In this case, a Ball-Hamilton watch. Also, the back is clear, so it's all the easier to show your friends the quality of the watch that you now own!! Please Remember, These Pictures Are Showing The Watch At 15 to 20 Times The Watch's Normal Size the range is in there due to the variance in the actual Watches themselves!So Even The Slightest Flaw, That You May Never Even See In Real Life, Will Be Highly Visible In These Pictures!! So Please Keep That In Mind While Viewing These Pictures, As We Want You To Be Able To See Even The Slightest Flaw! Hello, And Thank You For Taking The Time To Look At Our Listing! Just As A Note, The Watch Is Running Fine, Keeping Great Time, And Should Provide Many, Many More Years Of Excellent Service!! Well, that's all I can say.
The Photos will tell you what you really want to know about the watch anyway. This watch would make a.
To that special someone, even if that. Is you and your own collection! I've been a member of NAWCC (115858) since 1992. Having Gone Past This Section Presumes That You Have Read and Are Familiar With Our Policy Section. WHICH IS MANDATORY BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OF OUR ITEMS!Thank-You For Taking The Time To Look At Our Listings! We'll gladly answer your questions and provide you with any extra information as needed. One of Our Australian Shepherds (Cody) at 18 Months Old. NO, they are not always that calm, But He Does Get More & More Awesome Looking Every Day! The item "A 16s 17J Model 999 Brotherhood Of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen RR Grade PW" is in sale since Saturday, March 05, 2016. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Watches, Parts & Accessories\Pocket Watches\Antique".
The seller is "clock-jock" and is located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. This item can be shipped worldwide.