National Geographic : 1918 Sep
.1HI _______ ______ _ No. V514G Enamel Inlaid, chased center, Gruen Verithin model. Solid green gold, $100 to $250 MASTERPIECES OF SWISS CRAFTSMANSHIP Made and sold under the management of an American organization THE Gruen movements, famous among horologists for their precision time-keeping, are made under American ownership in Madre-Biel, Switz erland, by a modern guild of that country's best craftsmen. The movements are then brought to the Guild Workshop in America, at "Time Hill," When you own a watch with the name "Gruen" on the dial, you own the finest modern ex ample of Swiss watchmaking art -with the complete service of an American organization behind it. The Gruen Watch is obtain able only through one of 1200 Gruen jeweler agencies-the best in every locality-to whom .1_ .1 _ -__ £ __-1 Cincinnati. Here the How the Gruen Pat. Wheel the sale is conineu. Construction made an accurate beautiful Gruen cases watch thin. The shortness Duplicate repair parts are hand wrought and staff makes watch more durable. may be had through inthemthemovements these agencies at all adjusted and timed. times. Fixed Gruen Verithins . $30 to $200 Ultrathins . . . $225 to $350 Prices Very Verithins . . 40 to 225 Dietrich Gruens . 300 to 765 Owing to war conditions, prices quoted are subject to change without notice. GRUEN WATCHMAKERS' GUILD, Dept. D-4,"Time Hill," Cincinnati,O. Makers of the famous Gruen Watches since 1874. CanadianBranch. Toronto. Canada GRUEN WrWATCHES - .5 .5 .0 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."