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1890 paper label 2, Waterbury c. 1890 paper label 2. Waterbury trademark c.
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The patents are all from the 1800's. Could anyone give me an ...
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www.antiquewaterburyclocks.com/Waterbury-Model-Names.php624 Antique Waterbury Clocks: Color Photos and Descriptions The following is a
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Waterbury's patent marking. (The patent marking is a # followed by a number.) .
www.collectorsweekly.com/clocks/waterburyThe Waterbury Clock Company, one of many 19th century Connecticut-based
clock firms, began as a subsidiary of Benedict & Burnham, a brass manufacturing
www.clockguy.com/SiteRelated/.../WaterburyHistory.htmlFormed March 5, 1857, as a joint stock corporation, the Waterbury Clock
Company from its inception was an operation designed to be a major user of