A reliable watch

Ingersoll watches were small spring-driven pocket watches and wrist watches introduced by American brothers Robert and Charles Ingersoll in 1892. In 1904, the company opened an outlet in London and by 1916, the company was producing 16,000 watches per day in ten different models.

Description: Advertisement for Ingersoll wrist watches
Date: 7 April 1916
Source: Daily Mirror
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