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The Lancaster Watch Company continued to suffer growing pains and was reorganized again in 1884, this time as the Keystone Standard Watch Company. The first Hamilton chronometers were delivered to the Navy in February 1942, and at their peak Hamilton was making 500 chronometers per month!
Nevertheless, the financial problems persisted until 1892. Hamilton Model 23 Military Chronograph was widely used during WWII as a navigator's "stop-watch".
The rugged, precision watch that Hamilton produced became a favorite among railroad watch inspectors and personnel.
The Hamilton Watch Company was founded in 1892 and set out to serve the railroad market with accurate timepieces.
As a result, the company produced watches under three brand names – Hamilton, Vantage and Buren – in six plants in this country and abroad, manufactured sterling and plated silverware, fabricated and processed rare and exotic metals, and produced mechanical and electronic measuring devices and components.
Hamilton also produced rocket fuel alloys, special metals for the Apollo program, missile timers and safety and arming devices for military applications.
Hamilton was granted the land by William Penn's heirs and is credited with founding the city of Lancaster with his son James. The Elinvar hairspring was patented in 1931 and used in all movements thereafter.
They truly represent the pinnacle of American watchmaking.
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Aurora machinery was moved to Lancaster in summer of 1892. In January 1957, Hamilton introduced the world's first electric wristwatch, a breakthrough for the industry and the first basic change in portable timekeeping since the early 16th century.