Every pocket watch that we offer has been thoroughly restored with each component matching and fully correct, displaying the ingenuity that made the American timepiece a global standard for accuracy, quality, and visual appeal. Discover how it feels to own and carry one of these centuries-old mechanical wonders.
Elgin 21-jewel M8 Veritas - c. 1899
Elgin's flagship railroad watch was their 18-size Veritas, which is Latin for "truth". It was introduced in 1899 and spanned some twelve years, marking the debut of the motor barrel in that size. This Grade 239 is from the very first run and looks to be an entirely original example.
Original 16-size Grade 247 - c. 1901
All-original 16J Railway King - c. 1896
Original pendant-set Grade 14 - c. 1887
11-jewel Model 2 w/ correct dial - c. 1895
11-jewel key-wind Model 1 - c. 1887
15-jewel Waltham AT&Co - c. 1872
18-size 15-jewel Grade 170 - c. 1892
11-jewel M99 in a display case - c. 1900
Sold for $475!
All-original 15-jewel in a display - c. 1889
Sold for $649!
16-size 21-jewel Grade 645 - c. 1911
All-original 18-size Grade 239 - c. 1899
Original low-mileage example - c. 1922
Factory-upgraded 23J variant - c. 1903
21J example marked Special - c. 1905
Sold for $1,149!
Highest known 21J variant - c. 1913
Sold for $2,495!