Hamilton Pocket Watch – Rare Railroad Grade 941 Hunting Case Configuration
At the turn of the century, Hamilton focused on mass producing millions of open-faced railroad standard pocket watches. This upmarket, all-original hunter-cased Hamilton Pocket Watch Railroad Grade 941 c.1904 is one of only 26,700 made.
This Hamilton 941 shelters inside a triple hinge Wadsworth Gold Fill Case with a beautifully engraved pastoral scene. A gentle push on the crown opens the cover to expose a flawless dial, complete with the sought-after “Hamilton”-only logo and blued Spade Whip Hands circumnavigating Hamilton’s bold, trademark Arabic numerals and five-minute markers highlighted in red.
The Hamilton Pocket Watch Railroad case’s rear plate opens to a dust cover protecting the movement, revealing 941’s stunning movement, decorated with antique damasking and gold lettering.
This Hamilton 941 is one of the finest Railroad Pocket Watches ever manufactured, presented here in superb condition – a fine addition or cornerstone to any collection.
All our treasured timepieces are completely disassembled, expertly cleaned and oiled using the finest quality watch oil and gear grease, adjusted for accuracy. Full one year warranty.
Manufacturer Location: Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Movement Serial Number: 237674
To Finishing Dept: Jan 7, 1904
Run Quantity: 1,000
Total Production: 26,702
Jewel Material: Ruby Jewel
Setting: Screw – Set
Movement Configuration: Hunting
Movement Finish: Nickel Finish
Movement Inlay Color: Gilt
Movement Setting: Lever
Plate: Full Plate Barrel: Going
Standard Dial Type: Double – Sunk
Railroad Grade: Yes
Adjusted # of Positions: 5
Adjusted to Temperature: Yes