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A stunner of a two-tone M92 PS Bartlett:

 
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I only have 5 or 10 Walthams. Here is a good one 14Kt Chronograph I beilieve the dial is original because the feet have never been replace. They are original.

 
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Here is the movement.

 
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Here is my "Santa Fe Route" Special

 
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Here is the dial. Any comments on the dial.

I do have a Dennison Howard and Davis 4243. The problem is I can't find any photos.

 


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Gene,

Is the chronograph a model 1884 13j?
 
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I believe you are correct.
 
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The American Waltham Watch Co signature, or AWWCo, can be found on almost every size, model, and grade as the company found it's stride in the closing decades of the 19th century.

One of my favorites is the "acid-washed" look on a frosted Model '83:

 
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Fronting it is an Arabic dial with an interesting signature:

 
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Waltham also made fancy dials for just about every one of it's models.

 
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That gorgeous dial fronts a Grade 820 Model '83 watch with the American Waltham Watch Co signature.

 
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The AWWCo signature also appears on the 16-size Models 1899 and 1908.

 
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Fronting that pendant-set 17-jewel M99 is one of those cool metal dials:

 
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All wrapped up in a fantastic B&B gold-filled case:

 
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Another M99 fronting a light Arabic dial in a factory Waltham display case:

 
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The display case is needed for this AWWCo-signed movement, which is too pretty not to show off.

 
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Eric I guess you and I are the only 2 that have Walthams. Come on guys show us some.
 


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This one is currently listed in an IHC 185 auction, and looking for a good home...

 


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24hr Dial

 
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I haven`t seen many of these. My `Odin`with a movement number 19084915 was getting towards the back of the `92` models & made in about 1913. The Waltham ID book lists the grade as `***`t.Spec`. Not sure who the watch was supplied for with 17jewels & a single roller but its a good looker.

 
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Don`t know what happened there. The Grade should read ***`t Spec which presumably means Assorted Specification.
 
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Derek-

Don't worry too much about the astericks. Profanity filter kicked in on that word... Big Grin

Jared
 
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