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In 1851, according to some sources, the company took the name "American Horologe Company" and production started in the new factory building. The company had financial difficulties and Edward Howard left to form E. Upon bankruptcy, the company was sold at auction to Royal E. (AWWCo) where it was to remain for the next 32 years.
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This manufacturing model was later successfully adopted by other American watch factories and manufacturers of a wide variety of items both consumer and industrial. View Movements » 14 size Waltham pocket watches: Waltham 14 size pocket watches came in various jewel counts from 7 all the way through 21 jewels and in a variety of configurations and models such as: the Sterling, the Seaside, the Royal, the Riverside, a variety of five minute repeaters, the Perfection, the 7 jewel night click, the Mazimus the Hillside, the Gentleman, the Ellery, the Crescent Garden, the Church Street model, a variety of early Model 1874 chronographs, the Beacon model and the Bond Street.
The Waltham brain trust - in it's many early incarnations were unparalleled the world-over with the design and creation of high quality products and replacement parts to support their long term function. Many of the previous mentioned models in both 18 and 16 size - were also produced in 14 size Waltham watches.