About the Brand
The Waltham Watch Company opened its doors in 1850 in Waltham, Massachusetts. Three visionaries: David Davis, Edward Howard and Aaron Lufkin Dennison set out to create dependable and sturdy movements that could be interchanged. This is a goal they achieved in a magnificent manner. Since the company's founding in 1850 to its closing in 1957 the Waltham Watch Company manufactured 40 million timepieces. A notable Waltham client was Abraham Lincoln. After delivering the Gettysburg Address Lincoln was presented with a Waltham Model 1857 pocket watch. This timepiece is now part of the Smithsonian museum.
Waltham Pocket Watch Converted Into Wristwatch
Reference: Waltham Model 1883
Movement: 15 Jewel Manual Wind Movement
Case Material: Steel
Country of Origin: United States