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These were put into watchcases with pendants that carried bows and crowns like contemporary watches.

These were made by a British subsidiary, Ingersoll Ltd, initially assembled from imported parts, and later made entirely in their London factory.At first they were sold wholesale to dealers, but later in 1892 a mail order catalogue was produced and watches were sold directly to the public.In 1896 Ingersoll introduced a watch called the Yankee, setting its price at

These were made by a British subsidiary, Ingersoll Ltd, initially assembled from imported parts, and later made entirely in their London factory.

At first they were sold wholesale to dealers, but later in 1892 a mail order catalogue was produced and watches were sold directly to the public.

In 1896 Ingersoll introduced a watch called the Yankee, setting its price at $1.

The first Ingersoll watches, called "Universal" were introduced in 1892, supplied by the Waterbury Clock Company.

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These were made by a British subsidiary, Ingersoll Ltd, initially assembled from imported parts, and later made entirely in their London factory.At first they were sold wholesale to dealers, but later in 1892 a mail order catalogue was produced and watches were sold directly to the public.In 1896 Ingersoll introduced a watch called the Yankee, setting its price at $1.The first Ingersoll watches, called "Universal" were introduced in 1892, supplied by the Waterbury Clock Company.

.The first Ingersoll watches, called "Universal" were introduced in 1892, supplied by the Waterbury Clock Company.

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They were in reality small spring-driven clocks, about three inches diameter and over one inch thick.It was purchased by the Waterbury Clock Company in 1922 for

They were in reality small spring-driven clocks, about three inches diameter and over one inch thick.

It was purchased by the Waterbury Clock Company in 1922 for $1,500,000.

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They were in reality small spring-driven clocks, about three inches diameter and over one inch thick.It was purchased by the Waterbury Clock Company in 1922 for $1,500,000.

,500,000.