Here you will find commonly requested "searches" for different styles and price groupings of our pocket and wrist watch catalog. To navigate our watches via the manufacturing company, please use the navigation bar found at the top of the site.
- Railroad Grade - Watches that met the criteria to be used in service on the US railroad lines.
- Complicated Watches - Watches with non-standard movements, such as timers, chronographs and repeaters.
- Key Wind Watches - Watches, typically earlier models from the 1800's, that will use a key to wind and set instead of the later pendant-wind models.
- Fancy Dial Watches - Wrist and pocket watches that have distinctive dials, such as filigree or gemstone accents, non-standard porcelain enamel styles (such as Montgomery or Canadian) or hand painted designs.
- Fancy Case Watches - Wrist and pocket watches that have distinctive case styles, such as a distinctive shape, multi-colored accents or an enamel or gemstone inlay.
- Mens Gold Pocket Watches - Larger pocket watches that have a solid gold case.
- Mens Gold Wrist Watches - Larger wrist watches that have a solid gold case.
- Ladies Gold Pocket Watches - Smaller pocket watches that have a solid gold case.
- Ladies Gold Wrist Watches - Smaller wrist watches that have a solid gold case.
- "Dress" Pocket Watches - Mid-sized watches, traditionally marketed as a gentleman's dress watch, but now considered appropriate for both men and women to carry.
- Hunting Cased (Men's) Pocket Watches - Larger pocket watches that have a hunting case (HC) style case, with a metal cover that protects the dial and crystal.
- Display Case Watches - Pocket watches that have crystals to display both the front (dial) side and the back (movement) side.
- Jeweler's Mark Watches - Watches that were commissioned by a secondary store or company and were, in turn, marked with additional information.
- Triple Signed Watches - Watches that have at least 3 factory marks across multiple components of the watch.
- Factory Boxed Watches - Watches that also include at least 1 original packaging box.
- "Dollar" Watches - Non-jeweled or single-jeweled mass produced watches from the late 1800's and early 1900's.
- Quartz-movement Watches - Watches from the 1970's to new that have a quartz-powered movement instead of a mechanical movement.
- "Mechanic Special" Watches - Watches that need repairs to be in top running condition; typically these watches are not cost-effective for us to repair here at PM Time Service but would be of interest to a hobbyist or watch maker in training.
- Mens English-made Pocket Watches - Pocket watches from the British Isles; included are watches from locations such as London, Manchester, Liverpool, and Brechin.
- Mens European-made Pocket Watches - Larger continental European-made pocket watches; the majority are of Swiss origin, although other countries are also represented.
- Ladies European-made Pocket Watches - Smaller continental European-made pocket watches; the majority are of Swiss origin, although other countries are also represented.