National Geographic : 1913 Apr
IIII III I The famous Kew Observatory grants more Glass A certificates to than to any other make in the world The Kew Observatory, built by King That the Waltham Watch Company, in George III, 1769, is situated in the Old competition with the world's best, obtains Deer Park adjoining the famous Kew each year more Class A Kew certificates Gardens, in Richmond, ten miles west of than any other watch manufacturer in London. For the testing and verification the world conclusively demonstrates the of fine instruments it is the most notable instrumental superiority of Waltham place in the world, and its seal of approval products. when set upon instruments of precision is Whether your choice be the magnificent final in the scientific field. Whether your choice be the magnificent inal in the scent fed. Premier Maximus Watch with the Kew There are only a few watch manufac- Class A certificate attached to each indi turers in the world who attempt to make vidual watch, or the Colonial thin watch a product good enough even to be entered de lue for gentlemen, or any of the in a Kew trial. And even from these splendidly dependable and beautiful Riv NI,* ,.:" r erside models, you obtain in every factories only a small proportion of the althar time iece the finest of its kind watcheshave the remarkable accuracy which it is possible to manufacture. to justify submitting them for a Class A Let us send you free, on request, our certificate. But when such a certificate is interesting Kew Booklet; or, if you care obtained it is proof positive that the watch to have literature about any particular represents the utmost possible in human style of Waltham watch, we would be glad skill, and that the possessor may well to send it to you as an aid in purchasing feel proud to own an aristocrat of the from your jeweler. Simply give us a watch world, general idea of the watch you desire. WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY WALTHAM, MASS. IJ 1-1 _ __ ,I 11111 V III~ "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."