Category: Hamilton pocket watch

“A Moment in Time” featuring SVW model Darianne, by Jeruel Photography during the Don Vicente de Ybor shoot for Strickland Vintage Watches.
Hair by Corinne Smrz and makeup by the Divine Miss Joli Beauchamp.

This exquisite Hamilton Railroad Pocket Watch with an exceedingly Rare Dial is a thing of beauty, circa 1922.

Wonderfully early 18 size pocket watch by Hamilton Watch Company, featuring a gorgeous double-sunk porcelain dial, extra-fancy blued hands and a solid nickel, 21 ruby jeweled movement and expressive damsaskeening. Offered with heavy yellow gold-filled railroad-grade chain and unusual gold-ore fob. Circa 1917.

The Hamilton Pocket Watch – adored by railroaders and collectors the world over; treasured by those who know fine timepieces and hoarded by collectors; without question, Hamilton Watch Company of Lancaster, Pa. has emerged as one of the finest watch houses ever to build a timepiece. Hamilton produced this ad for its 940 movement in 1911.

This exquisite Hamilton Railroad Pocket Watch with an exceedingly Rare Dial is a thing of beauty, circa 1922.

Hamilton 950 23 ruby-jeweled railroad-grade pocket watch with solid gold train, featured in its original gold-filled, hand-engraved case. Ca. 1919

Rare and outstanding Hamilton 21 jewel “993” pocket watch with exceedingly uncommon porcelain dial, housed in a solid 14k gold engine-turned hunter case, circa 1908. Offered in a custom made; custom-fitted burl maple presentation box.