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United States Watch Case Manufacturing Companies:

19th & 20th Century

Sometimes small details make a watch case more interesting, like the beautiful and intricate geometric pattern embellished on the inside cover of this Wheeler & Parsons coin-silver case.

Company Location Years
Wadsworth & Co., H. A. Newport, Ky. 1889 - 1892
Wadsworth Watch Case Co. Newport, Ky.
Dayton, Ky.
1892 - 1953
Wait & Crocker Phila. 1858 - 1862
Wait, George L. Phila. 1856 - 1858
Ward & Co. ? 1860 - 1885
Ward, John L. New York c. 1832 - 1850
Ward & Jennings Phila. 1859 - 1860
Warner & Keating Phila. 1840 - 1842
Warner, John S. Phila. 1829 - 1837
Warner, C. & C. P. Phila. 1839 - 1861
Warner, William Phila. 1811 - 1839
Warner, William & Co. Phila. 1839 - 1849
Wendell & Co. ? ?
Western Watch Case Co. Chicago 1892 - 1900s
Westphal, C. W. Phila.
New York
1801 - 1810
1810 - 1820
Wheeler & Parsons
(also agents for Howard movements)
New York c. 1869
Wheeler & Co., Haydon W. New York c. 1900
Willemin Watch Case Co. Brooklyn 1882 - 1887
Wilmart, Moffat Curtis & Tracy New York c. 1840 - 1857
Wood & Sons, J. R. Brooklyn c. 1900
Young & Co. New York c. 1828
Zurbrugg, Theophilus
(merged Bates & Bacon, Crescent Watch Case Co., Keystone Watch Case Co, with Phila. Watch Case Co. in 1904)
Phila.
Riverside, N.J.
c. 1884

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