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Listings updated on October 16, 2017


Up for sale today is an exceptionally beautiful and extremely desirable WWI Elgin RED XII Trench Watch that features a high grade 13 jewel movement! This absolutely remarkable piece of American craftsmanship is in SUPERB condition and has been beautifully restored! Our Grandfather's knew how to make things that would last for generations! The movement was just completely taken apart and serviced on 10-12-2017, a new mainspring has also been installed. It's in superb running condition and keeping excellent time. This watch has been tested on a professional timegraph 5000 Machine for accuracy so rest assured! Take another look at picture number three again, this movement is clean as a whistle and stunning in it's beauty! I'm sure that you have noticed by now that this is not your ordinary trench watch case by a long shot! This is a silverode trench watch case that was manufactured by the Philadelphia Watch Case Company. This case is highly prized by collectors for its beauty and design features. Plus, this case still has the original factory crown! The case has been nicely polished and has a beautiful finish once again. This watch is simply incredible! The enamel dial on this trench watch is among the most desirable that Elgin ever produced, the enamel BOLD Roman Numeral RED XII military dial. The enamel dial features a white face, BOLD Roman numerals, an outer chapter of minute markers, thick blue steel hands, signed "ELGIN USA" near the center with the RED XII at the top. The dial does have a mild hairline near the three but nothing that I would consider major. This historic and iconic American trench watch has been fitted with a dark brown distressed leather Kitchener Strap that absolutely makes the watch! The strap was hand made by the Prairie Flower Leather Company in Nebraska. Very high quality strap that was made using a sewing machine from the Great War era! Take a look at picture number two again, this watch looks stunning on the wrist! The strap will fit a wrist up to about 8.5 inches and has a matching gold tone buckle. It will have a bit of wear on it because I seriously could not resist wearing this one for a few days, can you blame me? It's kind of like Ferris Bueller and that Ferrari, if you had access to one would you just leave it in a garage? I think not! Here are the movement details: 1912 Elgin, 13 jewels, size 0s, serial number 17408431, grade 406. They just don't make them like this anymore! A brand new glass crystal has been installed, it was installed using UV cement and a UV curing machine. I also installed a brand new inner sleeve on the crown tube, it now has a nice firm "pop", just as it should. This watch is ready to be worn and shown off, it will surely get noticed! I put a lot of time and effort into this Elgin, I'm sure that you will appreciate the quality and quantity of work that has been done. Solid old World craftsmanship at it's finest! You would be seriously hard pressed to find a finer example of this WWI Elgin Trench Watch featuring a BOLD Roman Numeral RED XII military dial, this one sets the bar! You will get a FREE signed copy of my latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" with this purchase!

WWI Elgin Trench Watch, BOLD Roman Numeral RED XII Military Dial, Philadelphia Silverode Case, Original Factory Crown, BIG Size 0s Version, 13 Jewels, Thick Blue Steel Hands, Distressed Leather Kitchener Strap
WWI Elgin Trench Watch, BOLD Roman Numeral RED XII Military Dial, Philadelphia Silverode Case, Original Factory Crown, BIG Size 0s Version, 13 Jewels, Thick Blue Steel Hands, Distressed Leather Kitchener Strap
Price: $685.00


Up for sale today is an exceptionally beautiful and extremely desirable WWI Elgin Trench Watch that features a high grade 15 jewel movement that dates back to 1914! An amazing 103 years old! This absolutely remarkable piece of American craftsmanship is in excellent condition and has been beautifully restored! Our Great Grandfather's knew how to make things that would last for generations! The movement was just completely taken apart and serviced on 9-22-2017 and a brand new mainspring has also been installed. It's now in superb running condition and keeping excellent time. This watch has been tested on a professional timegraph 5000 Machine for accuracy so rest assured! Take another look at picture number three again, this movement is clean as a whistle and stunning in it's beauty! I'm sure that you have noticed by now that this is not your ordinary trench watch case by a long shot! This is a silverode trench watch case that was manufactured by the Philadelphia Watch Case Company, circa 1914. This case is highly prized by collectors for its beauty and design features. The bezel and case back both snap together crisply, just as they should. The hinged case back only opens up to 90 degrees, just as it should. Plus, this watch still has the original factory crown! The case has been nicely polished and has a beautiful finish once again. This Elgin has been fitted with an absolutely amazing 1917 WWI Glagovsky "Daisy" Crystal Guard, it is in superb condition. This is a strap on guard so it gets looped through the case lugs. This watch is simply incredible! The enamel dial on this trench watch is among the most desirable and popular that Elgin ever produced, the Shadow Box Military Dial. The dial features a bright white face, shadow box numerals, an outer chapter of minute markers, the correct size 0s skeleton hands for this dial, a sub-second at 6 o'clock and is signed ELGIN near the center. This dial does not have any hairline cracks! This historic and iconic American trench watch has been fitted with a dark brown distressed leather Kitchener Strap that absolutely makes the watch! The strap was hand made by the Prairie Flower Leather Company in Nebraska. Very high quality strap that was made using a sewing machine from the Great War era! Take a look at picture number two again, this watch looks stunning on the wrist! The strap will fit a wrist up to about 8 inches and has a matching silver tone buckle. It will have a bit of wear on it because I seriously could not resist wearing this one for a few days, can you blame me? It's kind of like Ferris Bueller and that Ferrari, if you had access to one would you just leave it in a garage? I think not! Here are the movement details: 1914 Elgin, serial number 18079388, grade 354, size 0s, 15 jewels. They just don't make them like this anymore! The case measures 37mm lug to lug, 32.7mm without the original factory crown with a 10mm lug diameter. A brand new glass crystal has been installed using UV cement and a UV curing machine. I also installed a brand new inner sleeve on the crown tube, it now has a nice firm "pop", just as it should. This watch is ready to be worn and shown off, it will surely get noticed! I put a lot of time and effort into this Elgin. I'm sure that you will appreciate the quality and quantity of work that has been done. Solid old World craftsmanship at it's finest! You would be seriously hard pressed to find a finer example of this 1914 WWI Elgin Trench Watch, this one sets the bar. You will get a FREE signed copy of my latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" with this purchase!


This Elgin has been SOLD.



Up for sale today is an exceptionally beautiful and extremely desirable WWI Elgin Trench Watch with a Mesh Crystal Guard that features a high grade 15 jewel movement that dates back to 1913! This absolutely remarkable piece of American craftsmanship is in excellent original condition! This is the VERY FIRST Men's Elgin Wrist Watch model, it was first introduced at the 3rd running of the Indianapolis 500 in 1913 and it was worn by the entire Case Team. Our Great Grandfather's knew how to make things that would last for generations! The movement was just completely taken apart and serviced on 10-7-2017 and a brand new mainspring has also been installed. It's now in superb running condition and keeping excellent time. This watch has been tested on a professional timegraph 5000 Machine for accuracy so rest assured! Take another look at picture number three three again, this movement is clean as a whistle and stunning in it's beauty! I'm sure that you have noticed by now that this is not your ordinary trench watch case by a long shot! This is a silverode trench watch case that was manufactured by the Philadelphia Watch Case Company, circa 1913. This case is highly prized by collectors for its beauty and design features. The bezel and case back both snap together crisply, just as they should. Plus, this watch still has the original factory crown! The case has NOT been polished, it is in absolutely beautiful original aged condition. This Elgin Trench Watch has been fitted with an antique WWI Mesh Crystal Guard. The guard and the case both have the same aging patina, a perfect match. This is a strap on guard to it get looped thru the leather strap, just like the watch case. This watch is simply incredible! The enamel dial on this trench watch is among the most desirable and popular that Elgin ever produced, the BOLD Arabic Military Dial. The dial features a bright white face, BOLD Arabic numerals, outer minute markers, thick blue steel hands, a sub-second at 6 o'clock and is signed ELGIN near the center. This historic and iconic American trench watch has been fitted with a dark brown distressed leather Kitchener Strap that absolutely makes the watch! The strap was hand made by the Prairie Flower Leather Company in Nebraska. Very high quality strap that was made using a sewing machine from the Great War era! Take a look at picture number two again, this watch looks stunning on the wrist! The strap will fit a wrist up to about 8.5 inches and has a matching silver tone buckle. It will have a bit of wear on it because I seriously could not resist wearing this one for a few days, can you blame me? It's kind of like Ferris Bueller and that Ferrari, if you had access to one would you just leave it in a garage? I think not! Here are the movement details: 1913 Elgin, serial number 17849525, grade 377, size 0s, 15 jewels. They just don't make them like this anymore! The case measures 38mm lug to lug, 32.6mm without the original factory crown with a 10mm lug diameter. I chose to leave in the original glass crystal as it is still in very good condition. I also installed a brand new inner sleeve on the crown tube, it now has a nice firm "pop", just as it should. This watch is ready to be worn and shown off, it will surely get noticed! I put a lot of time and effort into this Elgin. I'm sure that you will appreciate the quality and quantity of work that has been done. Solid old World craftsmanship at it's finest! You would be seriously hard pressed to find a finer example of this all original Elgin Trench Watch with a Mesh Guard, this one sets the bar! You will get a FREE signed copy of my latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" with this purchase!

1913 Elgin Trench Watch, Philadelphia Silverode Case, BIG Size 0s Version, 15 Jewels, Factory Crown, Mesh Crystal Guard, BOLD Arabic Military Dial, Leather Kitchener Strap, All Original
1913 Elgin Trench Watch, Philadelphia Silverode Case, BIG Size 0s Version, 15 Jewels, Factory Crown, Mesh Crystal Guard, BOLD Arabic Military Dial, Leather Kitchener Strap, All Original
Price: $785.00


Up for sale today is an exceptionally beautiful and extremely desirable WWI Waltham Trench Watch that features an OFFSET CROWN and a high grade 15 jewel movement that dates back to 1917! This absolutely remarkable piece of American craftsmanship is in excellent condition and has been beautifully restored! Our Great Grandfather's knew how to make things that would last for generations! The movement was just completely taken apart and serviced on 10-5-2017 and a brand new mainspring has also been installed. It's now in superb running condition and keeping excellent time. This watch has been tested on a professional timegraph 5000 Machine for accuracy so rest assured! Take another look at picture number three again, this movement is clean as a whistle and stunning in it's beauty! I'm sure that you have noticed by now that this is not your ordinary trench watch case by a long shot! This is a silverode trench watch case with an OFFSET CROWN that was manufactured by the Philadelphia Watch Case Company, circa 1917. This case is highly prized by collectors for its beauty and design features. The bezel and case back both snap together crisply, just as they should. Plus, this watch still has the original factory crown! The case has been nicely polished and has a beautiful glowing finish once again. This watch is simply incredible! The enamel dial on this trench watch is among the most desirable and popular that Waltham ever produced, the BOLD Arabic Military Dial. The dial features a bright white face, BOLD Arabic numerals, outer minute markers, the correct size 0s skeleton military hands for this dial, a sub-second at 6 o'clock and is signed WALTHAM near the center. This dial has a little something extra, factory drilled hour marker lum dots at the hour markers. The lum dots and the skeleton hands have been re-lumed using Bergeon luminous material. They will glow in the dark once properly charged by sunlight, just as they were designed to. This dial does not have any hairline cracks. This historic and iconic American trench watch has been fitted with a dark brown distressed leather Kitchener Strap that absolutely makes the watch! The strap was hand made by the Prairie Flower Leather Company in Nebraska. Very high quality strap that was made using a sewing machine from the Great War era! Take a look at picture number two again, this watch looks stunning on the wrist! The strap will fit a wrist up to about 8 inches and has a matching silver tone buckle. It will have a bit of wear on it because I seriously could not resist wearing this one for a few days, can you blame me? It's kind of like Ferris Bueller and that Ferrari, if you had access to one would you just leave it in a garage? I think not! Here are the movement details: Model 1917 Waltham, serial number 20798907, grade 315, size 0s, 15 jewels. They just don't make them like this anymore! The case measures 40mm lug to lug, 32.7mm without the original factory crown with a 10mm lug diameter. A brand new glass crystal has been installed using UV cement and a UV curing machine. I also installed a brand new inner sleeve on the crown tube, it now has a nice firm "pop", just as it should. This watch is ready to be worn and shown off, it will surely get noticed! I put a lot of time and effort into this Waltham. I'm sure that you will appreciate the quality and quantity of work that has been done. Solid old World craftsmanship at it's finest! You would be seriously hard pressed to find a finer example of this WWI Waltham Trench Watch with a OFFSET CROWN, this one sets the bar! You will get a FREE signed copy of my latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" with this purchase!


1917 WWI Waltham Trench Watch, Philadelphia Case with OFFSET CROWN, 15 Jewels, Original Factory Crown, Enamel BOLD Arabic Military Dial, Skeleton Hands, Lum Dots, Leather Kitchener Strap
1917 WWI Waltham Trench Watch, Philadelphia Case with OFFSET CROWN, 15 Jewels, Original Factory Crown, Enamel BOLD Arabic Military Dial, Skeleton Hands, Lum Dots, Leather Kitchener Strap
Price: $785.00


Up for sale today is one of the MOST collectible trench watches ever made! This is a 1918 WWI Elgin Trench Watch that was ISSUED by the US Army! This trench watch is VERY difficult to obtain, you just don't see many of the US Army issued models. This model served the United States in BOTH World Wars! Talk about history! This is backed up by the War Department Technical Manuel TM 9-575 dated May 4, 1942 that clearly shows an illustration of the watch. This solid nickel SEMI-HERMETIC case made by the Illinois Watch Case Company was only available to the US Army, it was NOT available to the general public. Semi-hermetic means that the bezel and case back are threaded so they screw on and off, this is a far superior case design when compared to cases that snap together (friction cases). This absolutely remarkable piece of American craftsmanship is in excellent original condition! Our Great Grandfather's knew how to make things that would last for generations! The movement was just completely taken apart and serviced on 10-4-2017 and a brand new mainspring has also been installed. It's now in superb running condition and keeping excellent time. This watch has been tested on a professional timegraph 5000 Machine for accuracy so rest assured! Take another look at picture number three three again, this movement is clean as a whistle and stunning in it's beauty! This case is highly prized by collectors for its beauty and design features, especially it being an "issued" watch. The case has NOT been polished, it is in original untouched condition. Plus, this watch still has the original factory crown!!! This watch is simply incredible! The enamel dial on this Elgin Trench Watch is among the most desirable you will ever see, the enamel Black Star Dial! The dial features a black face, white numerals, 48 stars as minute markers, the correct silver tone center reservoir military hands, a sub-second at 6 o'clock and is signed ELGIN within the Eagle crest near the center. The hands have been re-lumed using white Bergeon luminous material, they will glow in the dark once properly charged by sunlight. This historic and iconic American trench watch has been fitted with a 14mm green canvas strap from WWII that absolutely makes the watch! This is the strap the watch was fitted with during the second World War according to the War Department Manual TM 9-575. Take a look at picture number two again, this watch looks stunning on the wrist! The strap will fit a wrist up to about 7.75 inches and has a matching silver tone buckle. It will have a bit of wear on it because I seriously could not resist wearing this one for a few days, can you blame me? It's kind of like Ferris Bueller and that Ferrari, if you had access to one would you just leave it in a garage? I think not! Here are the movement details: 1918 Elgin, serial number 21547441, grade 464, size 3/0s, 15 jewels. They just don't make them like this anymore! The case measures 42mm lug to lug, 32.6mm without the original factory crown with a 14mm lug diameter. A brand new glass has been installed using UV cement and a UV curing machine. I also installed a new stem and inner sleeve in the crown tube. This watch is ready to be worn and shown off, it will surely get noticed! I put a lot of time and effort into this Elgin. I'm sure that you will appreciate the quality and quantity of work that has been done. Solid old World craftsmanship at it's finest! You would be seriously hard pressed to find a finer example of this 1918 US Army ISSUED Elgin Trench Watch, or even another one for that matter. This one sets the bar! You will get a FREE signed copy of my latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" with this purchase!


1918 WWI US ARMY ISSUED Elgin Trench Watch, Semi-Hermetic Nickel Illinois Case, Original Factory Crown, Correct Hands, Enamel BLACK STAR MILITARY DIAL, Size 3/0s, 15 jewels, Green Canvas Strap
1918 WWI US ARMY ISSUED Elgin Trench Watch, Semi-Hermetic Nickel Illinois Case, Original Factory Crown, Correct Hands, Enamel BLACK STAR MILITARY DIAL, Size 3/0s, 15 jewels, Green Canvas Strap
Price: $1,585.00


Up for sale today is an exceptionally beautiful and extremely desirable gold filled WWI Waltham RED 12 Trench Watch that features a high grade 13 jewel movement! This absolutely remarkable piece of American craftsmanship is in SUPERB original condition! Our Grandfather's knew how to make things that would last for generations! The movement was just completely taken apart and serviced on 10-6-2017, a new mainspring has also been installed. It's in superb running condition and keeping excellent time. This watch has been tested on a professional timegraph 5000 Machine for accuracy so rest assured! Take another look at picture number three again, this movement is clean as a whistle and stunning in it's beauty! I'm sure that you have noticed by now that this is not your ordinary trench watch case by a long shot! This is a LARGER gold filled trench watch case that was manufactured by the North American Watch Case Company. This case is highly prized by collectors for its beauty and design features. Plus, this case still has the original factory crown! The case is in beautifully aged original condition, it has NOT been polished. This case is a bit larger than your run of the mill case of the day, it measures 38mm lug tip to lug tip, 33.5mm not including the crown with a 10mm lug diameter. This watch is simply incredible! The enamel dial on this trench watch is probably the most desirable that Waltham ever produced, the enamel BOLD Arabic RED 12 military dial. The dial features a white face, BOLD Arabic numerals, outer minute markers, thick blue steel hands, signed "WALTHAM" near the center with the RED 12 at the top. The dial does have a mild hairline near the three but nothing that I would consider major. This historic and iconic American trench watch has been fitted with a dark brown distressed leather Kitchener Strap that absolutely makes the watch! The strap was hand made by the Prairie Flower Leather Company in Nebraska. Very high quality strap that was made using a sewing machine from the Great War era! Take a look at picture number two again, this watch looks stunning on the wrist! The strap will fit a wrist up to about 8.5 inches and has a matching gold tone buckle. It will have a bit of wear on it because I seriously could not resist wearing this one for a few days, can you blame me? It's kind of like Ferris Bueller and that Ferrari, if you had access to one would you just leave it in a garage? I think not! Here are the movement details: 1909 Waltham, 13 jewels, size 0s, serial number 17300533, grade 163, model 1907. They just don't make them like this anymore! I chose to leave in the original glass crystal as it is still in very good condition. I also installed a brand new inner sleeve on the crown tube, it now has a nice firm "pop", just as it should. This watch is ready to be worn and shown off, it will surely get noticed! I put a lot of time and effort into this Waltham, I'm sure that you will appreciate the quality and quantity of work that has been done. Solid old World craftsmanship at it's finest! You would be seriously hard pressed to find a finer example of an original condition WWI Waltham Trench Watch featuring a BOLD Arabic RED 12 military dial, this one sets the bar! You will get a FREE signed copy of my latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" with this purchase!


WWI Waltham RED 12 Trench Watch, Gold Filled NAWCCo Case, Original Factory Crown, LARGE Size 0s Case 33.5mm, BOLD Arabic Enamel RED 12 Military Dial, Original Glass, Dark Brown Leather Kitchener Strap
WWI Waltham RED 12 Trench Watch, Gold Filled NAWCCo Case, Original Factory Crown, LARGE Size 0s Case 33.5mm, BOLD Arabic Enamel RED 12 Military Dial, Original Glass, Dark Brown Leather Kitchener Strap
Price: $785.00






Up for sale today is an exceptionally beautiful and extremely rare Gold Filled OFFSET CROWN WWI Elgin "Admiral Benson" Trench Watch featuring an INCREDIBLY RARE 24 HOUR ENAMEL MILITARY DIAL! This absolutely remarkable piece of American craftsmanship is in excellent original condition! Our Great Grandfather's knew how to make things that would last for generations! The movement was just completely taken apart and serviced on 9-4-2017 and a brand new mainspring has also been installed. It's now in superb running condition and keeping excellent time. This watch has been tested on a professional timegraph 5000 Machine for accuracy so rest assured! Take another look at picture number three three again, this movement is clean as a whistle and stunning in it's beauty! I'm sure that you have noticed by now that this is not your ordinary trench watch case by a long shot! This is a gold filled trench watch case featuring an OFFSET CROWN that was manufactured by the Illinois Watch Case Company during the Great War in 1917. This is only the SECOND gold filled "Admiral Benson" featuring an offset crown that I've ever seen, this model is VERY RARE. Offset crown cushion case trench watches are incredibly difficult to obtain, finding one in gold fill is just about impossible! On September 5, 1917 the Illinois Watch Case Company gave proper names to four of their top of the line military watch cases. This model was named the "Admiral Benson" after William S. Benson, the first Chief of Naval Operations. In 1909 he was promoted to Captain and Chief of Staff of the US Pacific Fleet. In 1911 he became the first commanding officer of the Battleship Utah. So, it makes complete sense that the IWCCo would name this case after him. This case is highly prized by collectors for its beauty and design features, especially the offset crown. The bezel and case back both snap together crisply, just as they should. The case has NOT been polished, it is in original untouched condition. The case does have a few gold fill wear spots, nothing that I would consider major. This watch is simply incredible! The enamel Elgin dial on this trench watch is among the rarest you will ever see, the 24 Hour Military Dial! The dial features a bright white face, BOLD Arabic numerals, red 24 hour time numerals, outer minute markers, the correct thick blue steel hands, a sub-second at 6 o'clock and is signed ELGIN near the center. This historic and iconic American trench watch has been fitted with a 14mm black leather strap that absolutely makes the watch! Take a look at picture number two again, this watch looks stunning on the wrist! The strap will fit a wrist up to about 8 inches and has a matching gold tone buckle. It will have a bit of wear on it because I seriously could not resist wearing this one for a few days, can you blame me? It's kind of like Ferris Bueller and that Ferrari, if you had access to one would you just leave it in a garage? I think not! Here are the movement details: 1915 Elgin, serial number 18977401, grade 418, size 3/0s, 7 jewels. They just don't make them like this anymore! The case measures 38mm lug to lug, 31.6mm without the crown with a 14mm lug diameter. A brand new glass has been installed using UV cement and a UV curing machine. I also installed a new stem and inner sleeve in the crown tube. This watch is ready to be worn and shown off, it will surely get noticed! I put a lot of time and effort into this Elgin. I'm sure that you will appreciate the quality and quantity of work that has been done. Solid old World craftsmanship at it's finest! You would be seriously hard pressed to find a finer example of this Gold Filled WWI Elgin "Admiral Benson" Trench Watch featuring an OFFSET CROWN and a 24 HOUR MILITARY DIAL, or even another one for that matter. This one sets the bar! You will get a FREE signed copy of my latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" with this purchase!

WWI Elgin "Admiral Benson" Trench Watch, RARE Gold Filled Illinois Case w/ OFFSET CROWN, Size 3/0s, 7 Jewels, RARE 24 HOUR Enamel Military Dial, Thick Blue Steel Hands, Leather Strap
WWI Elgin "Admiral Benson" Trench Watch, RARE Gold Filled Illinois Case w/ OFFSET CROWN, Size 3/0s, 7 Jewels, RARE 24 HOUR Enamel Military Dial, Thick Blue Steel Hands, Leather Strap
Price: $1,250.00















 
My latest book "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" just arrived on December 10, 2015 and is now available for purchase here on my web page. My first book "Elgin Trench Watches of the Great War" is currently available for purchase on AmazonClick on the "Trench Watch Book" tabs on the left to buy your copies now. 


My latest book, "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War" has been reviewed by award winning writer and critic Bruce Shawkey. His review is incredibly favorable to say the least!!! Here is a quote from Bruce's review: "It is not just a book about military watches, it is a book about the dawn of the American wrist watch industry"Another quote from Bruce's review: "If you are going to buy only one book in 2016 make it "Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War".


This review was originally published in the January/February 2016 issue of the "Watch & Clock Bulletin" magazine, a journal of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, Inc. For more information about the association and its membership benefits, please visit nawcc.org.

Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War, a review by Bruce Shawkey part 1

Waltham Trench Watches of the Great War, a review by Bruce Shawkey part 2



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