This watch was made by The Waterbury Watch Co. 1883-1885, it is a Series C. Longwind. The Long wind had a 9' long Mainspring, hence the name, and the entire mvt. revolves around inside of the case once every hour. The Nasby Watch Toledo Blade shows that it was an Advertising, give away or " scheme" watch as the Ingersoll Bros. refered to them . The Toledo Blade was a well known American Newspaper owned by David Ross Locke located in Toledo Ohio. The following info is from Wikipedia.
David Ross Locke (also known by his pseudonym Petroleum V. Nasby) (September 20, 1833 – February 15, 1888) was an American journalist and early political commentator during the American Civil War.
Locke's most famous work, the "Nasby Letters," was written in the character of, and over the signature of "Rev. Petroleum V(esuvius) Nasby" a Copperhead and Democrat. They have been described as "The Civil War written in sulphuric acid."
Rob31 NAWCC Ch. 106,149
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