National Geographic : 1934 Feb
"EXTREME ACCURACY" OF HAMILTON WINS THIRD TRIP TO THE POLES WITH REAR ADMIRAL R.E.BYRD The famous radiogram announcing that Hamiltons were car ried by four Byrd-men in the initial flight over the South Pole. In 1926 Hamiltons timed Admiral Byrd's flight over the North Pole In 1929 Hamilton chosen official time piece, First Byrd Antarctic Expedition In 1934 Hamiltons again selected for Second Byrd Antarctic Expedition YOU may rest assured, Admiral Byrd, that the eighteen Hamilton Watches which guide your second expedition to the South Pole will merit your praise-"extreme accuracy" -more than ever before. Today's Hamiltons are Time-Micro scope-Tested. The Time-Microscope (Reg. U. S. Pat. Off .) was developed by the Hamilton Watch Company. It is used ex clusively by Hamilton and gives you double insurance of accuracy. Ask your jeweler to show you the many new 1934 Time-Microscope-Tested Hamiltons. Write for special folder describing and illustrating that remarkable Hamilton invention, the Time-Microscope, in greater detail. Also an illustrated portfolio picturing all Hamilton models and giving detailed description of each. Address, Hamilton Watch Company, 882 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. W HAMILTON WEDOOURPART MADE IN AMERICA BY AMERICAN WORKMEN (Top) ADAMS, 17 jewels. 14K filled gold, white or natural yellow. Applied indicator dial, $53. (Lower left) STANLEY, 19 jewels. Rectangular movement. 14K filled gold, white or natural yellow, $65. With raised gold figure dial, $70. (Lower right) QUADRILLE, 17 jewels. 14K gold, white or natural yel low, $65. Other Hamilton Watches range from $35 to $500.