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- Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:06 am
- Forum: American Watch Forum
- Topic: Two uncommon Elgins
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Two Elgins from around 1929 not often seen nowadays. On left is the Charles H. Markham model in white gold fill, named for Chairman of the Board of the Illinois Central Railroad. On the right is the unusual and large Model 699, a white gold filled watch with yellow gold overlay on the lugs and in an...
- Thu Jan 19, 2012 6:21 am
- Forum: Hamilton Watch Forum
- Topic: Information regarding Donald movements.
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Norm, are you sure the watch was a Donald? Haven't seen a Donald with anything but the 14/0 size 982 series movement. The Turner eventually replaced the Donald in the early 1950s and has the same case as the Donald except in 10K solid gold rather than 14K. The Turner used the new 12/0 size 754 movem...
I sold a Cambridge? I thought it was a Turner.vintagehamiltons wrote:So, does anyone here want to admit to buying my old Cambridge from Bryan? I'd like to record the price in my spreadsheet if you want to share via PM. I'll be discreet.
401 dials are not interchangeable with 982 dials, so it is not a Dunkirk dial. It is a Wilkinson dial that has been refinished to black. I'm sure the original enamel tracks and name are underneath the black finish and gold printing.