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Montgomery Dial

The Santa Fe Railway System Standard Dial with Montgomery minute numbering was unique to the Santa Fe line. Henry S. Montgomery was Santa Fe Railways general watch and clock inspector from 1896 to 1923, and by 1906 perfected a dial with upright minutes, from 1 to 60, printed on the outermost part of pocket watch and clock dials.
Thanks aj. It is a reproduction from Bradley Woodworks. They were a Canadian clock manufacturing company that are now out of business. They specialized in reproducing railroad depot clocks.
 

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