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The very best, most expensive Waltham watches for all of that roughly 50-year period, from 1859 until maybe 1915 or so, were always labeled American Watch Co. The town of Waltham had become well known, and the name appeared on all of their watches as the location anyway.They got into a trademark dispute with another company that started building watches in Waltham, so they wanted to protect that name, and I think that is the main reason. couldn’t really be protected as a brand name because America was the country.For nearly 100 years the company's manufacturing complex in Elgin, Illinois, was the largest site dedicated to watchmaking in the world. Four Elgin businessmen agreed to purchase the property and then donated the required 35 acres to the watch company. The company officially changed its name to the Elgin National Watch Company in 1874, as the Elgin name had come into common usage for their watches.The company was first incorporated in August 1864 as the National Watch Company, in Chicago, Illinois, by Philo Carpenter, Howard Z. The company was re-organized in April 1865 and the factory was completed in 1866. The company built the Elgin National Watch Company Observatory in 1910 to maintain scientifically precise times in their watches.(The TV version started in October 1950.) Elgin American was a different company from Elgin National Watch Company (see Allen Gellman).During World War II all civilian manufacturing was halted and the company moved into the defense industry, manufacturing military watches, chronometers, fuzes for artillery shells, altimeters and other aircraft instruments and sapphire bearings used for aiming cannons. By the end of 1872, the corporation was producing about 25 movements per day and had sold approximately 10,000 watch movements.

Harper’s magazine summed their sentiment perfectly: “It was the genuine, audacious, self-reliant Western spirit.” By August of that year this consortium, including then-Chicago mayor Benjamin W.I specialize in a few different specific types of pocket watches, but my principal interest is in the Waltham Watch Company, and even more specifically in the American Watch Co. When the American watch industry first began, the first successful company was called the American Watch Co., and it was founded out of the Boston Watch Company, which had failed in 1859. was formed, and it’s generally considered to be the first successful company.It had many name changes over the years and a couple of small reorganizations and eventually became the Waltham Watch Company in the early 1900s.The Elgin National Watch Company, commonly known as Elgin Watch Company, was a major US watch maker from 1864 to 1968. Initially, as part of the deal, the city was asked to donate 35 acres (142,000 m²) of land for construction of the factory.The company sold watches under the names Elgin, Lord Elgin, and Lady Elgin. A derelict farm was selected for this, however the owners refused to sell the property unless the city purchased their entire 71 acres for ,550. In 1869, the National Watch Company won "Best Watches, Illinois Manufacture" at the 17th Annual Illinois State Fair, for which it won a silver medal.The Illinois Watch Company was first established in December 1869 as the Springfield Watch Company by John C. The company encountered financial difficulties following an economic downturn in the Fall of 1873. The Illinois Springfield Watch Company was again reorganized in the autumn of 1878, and was renamed the Illinois Watch Company.