N.Y. Standard Pocket Watches
The New York Standard Watch Company was incorporated in 1885 The first location of the factory was in Jersey City, New Jersey. The company first produced an 18-size quick train open faced movement. The company also made its own cases, and the watches were sold as complete. The first watches were produced in early 1888. In 1903 the company was sold to the Keystone Case Company. Production continued until 1929. Some 7,000,000 watches were made.
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