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Tha assignment of Trademark to "The Watch of Railroad Accuracy"
Word Mark HAMILTON THE WATCH OF RAILROAD ACCURACY
Goods and Services (CANCELLED) IC 014. US 027. G & S: POCKET WATCHES AND WRIST WATCHES, SAID WRIST WATCHES BEING SOLD WITH AND WITHOUT ATTACHMENTS THEREON; WATCH CASES, WATCH MOVEMENTS, WATCH DIALS, AND WATCH PARTS. FIRST USE: 19100000. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19100000
Mark Drawing Code (5) WORDS, LETTERS, AND/OR NUMBERS IN STYLIZED FORM
Serial Number 71419574
Filing Date May 19, 1939
Current Filing Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Registration Number 0373853
Registration Date December 26, 1939
Owner (REGISTRANT) HAMILTON WATCH COMPANY CORPORATION PENNSYLVANIA COLUMBIA AVENUE LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA (LAST LISTED OWNER) Hamilton Watch Co. Inc. UNKNOWN Lancaster PENNSYLVANIA
Assignment Recorded ASSIGNMENT RECORDED
Prior Registrations 0203657
Disclaimer No claim is made herein broadly to the words "The Watch of Railroad Accuracy" apart from the other features of the mark illustrated, it being understood, however, that applicant does not waive any of its common-law trade-mark rights in and to the words "The Watch of Railroad Accuracy" by themselves.
Type of Mark TRADEMARK
Renewal 2ND RENEWAL 19791226
Live/Dead Indicator DEAD
Cancellation Date January 7, 2001
Great information Robert,
Today we find it hard to understand why this great circa 1910 trademark could have ever slipped from use. It's the kind of thing that gives many of us goose-bumps. A prized posession I have on display here is the very heavy cast-in-bronze sign you see depicted below. It's just over ten inches wide, four and a half high and a quarter inch thick. A stand folds from the back to support this exceptionally well made sign in use. This one makes quite a statement.
"Hamilton Watch, The Watch of Railroad Accuracy"
Thanks for posting that beautiful Hamilton sign.
There is really a lot of good information at the Patent/Trademark web site.
Would you care to move the "Hamilton Logo" in my above post, to the top of page?
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