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Edward Howard continued the work he began with Dennison back at the old stand in Roxbury. There they followed Howard's vision of producing unique watches of a very high quality with the use of machines as appropriate. If you would prefer to view these watches using links in the catalog, please click on Howard Catalog.

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S# 132 – Model 1858-C S# 133 – The consecutive S# to item #1 185 – Model 1858-A divided plate S# 1,428 – Model 1858-B S# 1,853 – Model 1858-D
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S# 2,861 – Model 1858-E S# 3,004 – Early Model 1862-K S# 3,302 I Size # 3,406 – Model 1862-I S# 4,207 – Model 1862
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S# 4,904 – An unusual early Model 1862-N S# 15,703 – Model 1862 S# 21,572 – Nickel-plated, damascened Model 1862 S# 56,307 – Model 1869 L Size S# 33,090 – Model 1871 movement with nickel finish
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S# 37,850 – Model 1871 N Size movement with 15 jewels in flush, white gold settings S# 46,307 – This Model 1871 nickel S# 69,913 – A relatively late example of an L Size Model 1869 movement S# 100,085 – Model 1874 G Size keywind S# 100,221– Model 1874 movement
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Reed’s pocket chronometer, S# 7 S# 3,120 – Experimental side lever movement with helical hairspring S# 3,840 – A second helical hairspring movement S# 23,469 – Model 1862 movement S# 50,757 – Model 1869 (“Series V”) gilded KW/KS movement with Cole’s resilient banking escapement
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Cole's Resilient escapement in Waltham Twelve Size,  S# 150,002 – An experimental movement G Size transitional dial Model 1883 (“Series VIII”) watch with Moorhouse dial Model 1883 (“Series VIII”) watch with Moorhouse dial
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S# 301,465 – Model 1883, ¾ plate movement, circa 1884 Model 1871 watch with black, personalized dial signed by Josiah Moorhouse Model 1881 watch with elaborately embellished dial in the style of Josiah Moorhouse Model 1869 watch with personalized Moorhouse dial spelling the name Hbrt Dalsimer A rare Waltham Moorhouse dial, elaborately embellished and personalized with the name “Ella F. Howard
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A promotional plaque for the American Waltham Watch Company featuring some highly unusual dial calligraphy signed by Josiah Moorhouse A small jeweler’s micrometer engraved “E. Howard & Co,.” the only item of its kind known. Bicycle Ad and Howard Drawing Instrument Photo of E. Howard with employees
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S# 173, nickel half-plate S# 268, nickel half-plate Private Label S# 326, Reed "Monitor" watch