Posted 7 years ago
Once again, wishing all of CW friends a Very Merry Christmas. I hope all will be fortunate to share their love with family and friends.
First of all I would like to wish all my CW friends a Merry Christmas.
This is my rendition of a December 1922 Ingersoll Watch Co. advertisement in the December 1922 edition of The American Magazine. The watches on the tree match the ones pictured in the advertisement.
In photo #1: My tree with my Ingersoll watches.
Top Center: Midget Radiolite
Top Left: Yankee
Top Right: Reliance
Bottom Left: Waterbury Radiolite
Bottom Right: Yankee Radium Dial
Bottom Center Under Tree: Yankee Radiolite Two-In-One (not pictured with tree in advertisement but listed with watches advertised).
In photo #2: December 1922 Advertisement
In photo #3 above starting from the left (top row of advertisement):
The Great American Watch
More men use the Ingersoll Yankee than any other watch. 50 million sold. Sturdy, reliable, good looking, it caries a sound guarantee. $1.50
The Best Watch $5.00 Can Buy
The jeweled, 12 size Waterbury with a Radiolite dial. In gold filled case, $8.
A real 7-jeweled watch. Same solid bridge-construction as used in $200 and $300 watches. Price only $6.00. In gold filled case, $8.00.
The Yankee Tells Time In The Dark
The famous Ingersoll Yankee equipped for telling time in the dark. Radium does it. Convenient under the pillow or out of doors at night. $2.50
In photo#4 starting from left (bottom row of advertisement)
The smallest Ingersoll. For women, girls and small boys. Strong and good looking. $3.00
Every Woman Needs One
For her dressing table, desk or table by the bed - a dainty Radiolite Two-In-One. A charming gift. $2.75
The Midget with a luminous dial. Tells time in the dark. A good watch for travelers. $3.75
I hope santa is good to all of you and your Christmas Wishes come true.