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  • Restoration

    47 photos in 5 sub-albums

  • Vantage 17 jewels ladies watch

    7 photos

    In 1962, Hamilton entered into a joint venture (60% owned by Hamilton) with the Japanese watchmaking firm Ricoh to produce electric watches meant primarily for the Japanese market. The electronic components were produced at Hamilton's Lancaster factory while production of the mechanical works and final assembly were undertaken in Japan. Although production levels of Hamilton-Ricoh watches were high (over 1000 per month), demand was low and consequently, the Hamilton-Ricoh partnership was unable to compete with the substantial market presence of Seiko. The partnership was dissolved in 1965, with the remaining Hamilton-Ricoh electronic movements (marked "Ricoh 555E") re-cased as "Vantage" and sold in the U.S.[11]

  • Seeland ladies watch

    18 photos

    The year of this watches unknown. What I can find on Seeland Watch CO SEELAND appears to have been founded by Frederic Seeland, the American manager of IWC, who left there in 1879. It registered "SWC" in 1896. In 1902, it became JUDITH & CO. and in 1913, back to SEELAND WATCH CO. The history of co-habitation with INVICTA is as above, by in 1937 the company changed its name to INVICTA SA.

  • Marathon


  • Elgin


  • Invicta


  • Citizen Eco-Drive

    Citizen Eco-Drive

  • Seiko Electra 360 Unbreakable Mainspring

    Seiko Electra 360 Unbreakable Mainspring