National Geographic : 1918 Sep
CJhe r Itham' me . m - -I .. .. r,. .ju 1 1Y l" sx =- for the utmost in quality. That is the man you desire to patronize, because you can depend on the value of any article he recommends. Ask him to place in your hand for inspection the Waltham Colonial A, illustrated on this page. Here is a watch as precise as it is rich But they discovered at Waltham their in the simple beauty of its refinement true ideal of what a perfect timepiece extremely thin at no sacrifice of accuracy. should be-a watch that outclassed in Maximus movement 21 jewels- River precision and reliability even the finest side movement 19 jewels -Colonial A is offerings of Switzerland, England or an example of those methods of manu France. And with their verdict "the facture that have brought the world to world's time became Waltham time." Waltham for time. WAL HAM THE WORLD'S WATCH OVER TIAE -~~ ~ .y- - - "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." i So Watch clction should be a Waltham RAINS rush through space, ships sail the seas, people eat, work and play, and the tick of a timepiece guides them all. How necessary to the smooth-running schedules of efficiency that the watch should be accurate. How easy for you to secure, when buying a watch, the world's master timekeeper -a Waltham. Patentfor PeBy merit only did Waltham win dantor Viit a jeweler whose amestands By merit only did Waltham win ppledfo Visit a jeweler whose namestands tributes from the nations of five continents. Horological experts se lect official watches without fear or favor. Calmly and scientifically they test and compare, looking through the surface of a watch into its works. It is there they find their answer.