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Best answer I can find- Aero-Graphic Corporation, KY

I love a good mystery. I had a bit of a look and the best (most viable) option seems to be the Aero-Graphic Corporation based out of Louisville and other parts/airfields in Kentucky. They were specialists in aerial photography and listed through the 1930s to 1950s at least-

This seems also to tally with Ron's answer being a number of pieces specifically produced by Heuer for the company.

: Back in December 2009, we were trying to unravel the mystery of
: the "Aero-Graphic" on the dial of an Autavia.

: Now, in June 2020, we see another Aero-Graphic Autavia posted on
: Instagram --

: I'll do some further searching, but I'm not sure we ever found
: anything definitive.

: Jeff

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