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Montgomery Dial Railroad Watch?

Started by von Corax, January 19, 2015, 02:51:51 AM

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von Corax

 Can anyone explain to me the significance of a "Montgomery" dial on a railroad pocket watch? Just spotted one on The Bay of E-ville, and I'd like to get some idea what it's worth.

Many thanks,
Darwin
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Kieranfoy

The dial has each individual minute numbered around the edge, used by railroad workers for exact timing.

Presumably worth would depend on how old the watch is.
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