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NOTE THE USE OF 16 4 FOOT T-5 HO LIGHTS PROVIDES INTENSE WHITE LIGHT!

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BUFFING PLATING CLEANING WINDING BLASTING WELDING

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E. Ingraham & Company was formed in 1860, succeeding several earlier clock-manufacturing firms in which casemaker Elias Ingraham had been involved, notably Brewster & Ingrahams (1843-1852), E. & A. Ingrahams (1852-1856) and Elias Ingraham & Company (1857-1860). The firm originally rented, and later purchased, a shop on Birge's Pond in Bristol, which had been used by a number of clockmaking firms since 1820.

Having originally purchased their movements from various sources, in 1865 the firm decided to establish their own movement making facility. A hardware shop was moved onto a piece of land owned by the firm and veteran clockmaker Anson L. Atwood set up and managed the movement department for Ingraham for some years.

Elias Ingraham (1805-1885) designed a variety of popular cases and case features for the firm, receiving 17 patents between 1857 and 1873. Many of his cases utilized an unusual figure "8" door design for which he had received a patent in 1857. Rosewood veneered case models with names such as "Doric", "Venetian", and "Ionic" were often made in several sizes and held their popularity with the public for many years.

Elias Ingraham's son Edward Ingraham (1830-1892) succeeded his father as head of the business in 1885. Edward had also received an important patent in 1884 for a method of applying black enamel paint (Japan) to wooden clock cases. Using this method to produce cheaper imitations of French marble mantel clocks was a great success. Though the process was soon imitated by most other clock manufacturers, the Ingraham firm became a leading maker of "black mantel" clocks, introducing 221 models plus special order styles in the following three decades.

In 1887, the firm had its first great expansion with the erection of a 300-foot long, 4 story case shop. A new office building and movement shop was built between 1902 and 1904. In 1913, they began to manufacture a nonxjeweled pocket watch and added wrist watch models to the line in 1932, producing more than 65 million pockets watches and 15 million wrist watches by the time this production ceased in the midx 1960's.

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CASE AND DIAL ARE AWESOME
ALL PURE ORIGINAL
WITH ONLY
SILICONE WASH

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THE SECOND RUNNING MODEL ALSO

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IN UNCANNY SUPERIOR RUNNING CONDITION

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CASE WAS JUST CLOTH POLISHED

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NO SANDING HIGH SPEED BUFF OR RESTORE WORK

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INCLUDED IS THIS MINTY ORIGINAL LEATHER WEAVE TRIPLE STRAP
THE BUCKLE HAS A PROBLEM
BUT WORKS PERFECT

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ALMOST LIKE NEW

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EVEN MAGNIFIED IT IS IN STUNNING CONDITION

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EVEN CROWN IS IN AMAZING CONDITION

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COMPLETELY ADJUSTABLE

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PROBLEM IS AT CLASP END
THE PIN THAT HOLD IT AS ONE NO LONGER IS VIABLE
RATHER THAN TAKE CHANCE TO USE HIS SKILLS
AND POSSIBLY STILL DAMAGE IT
ROCK FIGURED HOW SIMPLE IT IS
TO USE AS IS!

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NOTE THE BAND IS LAYING BACK UP
SEE THE SLIDE?
IT MOVES IN OR FULL OUT
TO COMPENSATE FOR WRIST SIZE

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HERE IS A SHOT WITH THE PIECE FREELY OPEN

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THESE  SQUARES ARE WHAT LOCKS THE BRACELET TO THE SIZE CHOSEN

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THE KEY TO USING THIS BUCKLE AS PERFECT AS IT WAS BACK WHEN
IS TO SIZE TO WRIST
AND THEN SNAP THE LEFT END INTO RIGHT END
SUPER SIMPLE

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HERE IT IS SNAPPED IN
AND
HOLDS PERFECTLY

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SO, PLACE ON WRIST WITH THE TABS OPEN
THEN ADJUST FOR WRIST

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HERE THE CLASP IS SHOWN SNAPPED

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HERE AGAIN SNAPPED
SO IT WORKS PERFECT
WITHOUT THE PIN

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PERFECT

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ANOTHER SHOT OF THE CLASP ATTACHED
SO
IT WORKS LIKE ANY CATCH THE FRICTION IS PERFECT
IT SIMPLY DOES NOT HAVE THE PIN

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JUST AWESOME

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AND
IT IS ATTACHED ON OR OFF THE WRIST

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PERFECT

 


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