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.
Hamilton 2nd-model 992 - c. 1922
The Hamilton Watch Co was incorporated in 1892, named for the Scottish attorney who founded the Pennsylvania town of Lancaster, where the factory was located. Their most popular 16-size railroad watch was the 21-jewel 992, which was offered in three models, the second of which was produced just after the start of World War I.
17-jewel G825 with a fancy dial - c. 1907
Original 16-size Grade 247 - c. 1901
All-original 16J Railway King - c. 1896
Original pendant-set Grade 14 - c. 1887
11-jewel key-wind Model 1 - c. 1887
15-jewel Waltham AT&Co - c. 1872
18-size 15-jewel Grade 170 - c. 1892
Sold for $675!
11-jewel Model 2 w/ correct dial - c. 1895
Sold for $849!
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
21J example marked Special - c. 1905
Sold for $1,149!
Factory-upgraded 23J variant - c. 1903
Sold for $995!
Highest known 21J variant - c. 1913
Sold for $2,495!