posted June 28, 2013 21:56
Collecting variants within a given grade is always fun. Fronting this Model 83 is a blue-numeral fancy dial with gold filigree and matching hands:
posted June 28, 2013 21:57
It fronts a frosted 15-jewel Appleton, Tracy & Co movement with a great maple leaf pattern:
posted June 28, 2013 21:58
These clamshell cases are always a pain, but when they're this nice you've gotta bring them in from off the porch.
posted July 05, 2013 22:29
Another Crescent St with a 24-hour Roman numeral dial and matching closed fleur-de-lis hands:
posted July 05, 2013 22:30
The movement is an unusual 15-jewel pendant-set Model '83 with a full set of blued screws.
posted July 06, 2013 22:27
Another Model '88, and it's a straight nickel 17-jewel Riverside:
posted July 06, 2013 22:28
Fronting that movement is a magnificent fancy dial:
posted July 06, 2013 22:29
All wrapped up in a nice Crescent case that thankfully didn't get melted down for a buck:
posted July 20, 2013 21:43
The absolute pinnacle of the 18-size Model 92 family was the 23-jewel Vanguard.
posted July 20, 2013 21:44
Fronting it is a gorgeous Montgomery dial with matching hands:
posted July 20, 2013 21:45
All wrapped in a nice Philly case that thankfully didn't get melted down for a buck.
posted September 21, 2013 11:48
This is an earlier 21 jewel Vanguard.
posted September 21, 2013 11:50
The hunter case.
posted September 21, 2013 11:51
posted September 21, 2013 11:58
I have three 16 size Vanguard Wind Indicators with different style dials and cases. One is in a 14k green gold filled case, another in a 14k white gold filled case and a third one in an 18k solid yellow gold Dennison case.
posted September 21, 2013 11:59
posted September 21, 2013 12:00