National Geographic : 1950 Feb
Next to the diploma itself, noth ing will be received with so much pride as the gift of a faithful Hamilton. From the ex quisite beauty of the precious case to the flawless meshing of the tiny parts, everything about a Hamilton bears the signature of superb craftsman ship. It is not strange, then, that this fine American watch has become the traditional gift for every special occasion. SHOWN ABOVE: I. JUDITH-14K natural or white gold case: $71.50; 2. OLtVIA-10K nat. or wh. gold-filled case, and bracelet: $57.75; 3. A-6-Six diamonds in 14K nat. or wh. gold case: $180; 4. WESLEY-14K natural gold case: $180; 5. NORDON-10K natural golddilled "cld" case sealed against moisture and dirt: $71.50: 6. RAYMON Stainless steel case: $55. At better jewelers. Prices incl. Fed. Tax. All prices subject to change without notice. Hamilton's experience making railroad watches assures greatest accuracy in every grade. Send for FREE folder and revealing booklet "What Makes a Fine Watch Fine?" Hamilton Watch Co., Dept. C -l, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. "Mention the National Geographic-It identifies you" Copr. 1950 Hamilton Watch Co.