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  1. not a clue, but to help BB2 get some sleep...a rose bush trimmer....
  2. I might be totally off base, but Bulova made a Magnolia wristwatch so would put you in mind they might have done same in pocket watch form...the # you said on movement in Bulova watch would date appr...
  3. LOL, we can only hope not... :-)
  4. Thank you WARWAGON64, I've got the right red strap attached already, need to update photos, but old and slow, lol
  5. The "Carrot hands, are the last variant(3rd model) and seem more desirable, but there are more of the other 2 than the carrot style.
  6. Thank You Nuts...I don't know about if that being so, but the complement is very appreciated and has touched me deeply. If it wouldn't ruin my image with the grandkids, I'd be blushing now :-)
  7. Hello again, I forgot to add, I believe this would have been a "Woman Wrist Bracelet" watch very much like the Waltham I have posted... the "Bow" above the crown is missing and would have been the att...
  8. lol, now you're asking a question that only the original animators can answer... :-)
  9. True, would look off to on lookers, but when person wearing it,would pull away from themselves and all would appear normal, these were design for the weare, not to passer by
  10. Eye4, the small is a pin-back retractable chain reel, all enclosed so chain doesn't show until it is extended
  11. Eye4, I have 2 different Woody Woodpecker clocks from 1959, both appear the same, but one is Canadian the other USA, with out close inspection of dial, you wouldn't know the difference. I suppose this...
  12. Yes, but different packaging and small difference in dial, These are like the Rexall Bugs Bunny watches in a way....Both were produced by same company but packaging was change for which market they we...
  13. Eye4, the Mickey's didn't seem to fair well, must been a select marketing idea, not many to be found and never seen an advertisement showing them in a nation wide publication
  14. LOL, hopefully I'll stick with the cane Stella picked out for me, if I get a Fred Astaire hat, will be totally styling. WarWagon64, the movement for this piece will enter change with about any era c...
  15. First things first....No Mani, I have your stash in separate hole in the floor, lol. Eye4, approx. same size, the retractable chain reel is a touch smaller, but very close. Thank you: aghcollect, ...
  16. Yes Sir Eye4, there's and Canadian Ingraham also, the different boxes would be used in which ever country to be marketed in.... Always looking for a good sales Thanks pw-collector & offi...
  17. LOL, thanks Trey, got a good chuckle :-)
  19. Thanks Dave, :-) guess better back up and say Thanks: Karen, lndrozdenko & David from earlier, wasn't feeling up to par and took a short cut Thanks again all, very appreciated!!
  20. Thanks Trey :-)
  21. also showing rpm at 600 on tag
  22. and real sure the model isn't a "B" on the plate, under 500% magnification
  23. might be as simple as these earlier models were not designated with an "E" series type until the 235...... serial # and sold only as a JD stationary agricultural engine, prior to patent rights were es...
  24. Evening Mani, xoxo, Thanks :-)
  25. Very neat set Nuts, like the idea the colors are molded in to the piece, makes for a more even effect when complete...Thanks for sharing these, make me want to sit out by the Big road and give to old ...
  26. Thank you everyone for all the lovely comments, complements and the support, always very appreciated!!
  27. Sorry lndrozdenko, I have no way of dating Swiss watches, unless they were also American Company sold pieces. But what I can estimate from the general construction and design. I could safely say 1900'...
  28. These make excellent "Whatever" boxes, I've got several this size and a couple that are approx. double width. Never know what I might stash inside them...always a mystery when cleaning out in the gara...
  29. interesting object.....condolences on your loss. Does this "Magnify" the image that was placed for bottom? I know you said photo was long gone, but wondering if original base photo was advertisement...
  30. Thanks chawatch, Roy & Mani :-)
  31. Nice, "Jumps" are always fun pieces, love the dark blue.... different from the normal. Thanks for sharing
  32. Just to clarify....don't you have most of those "featured" in the Hy Brown book :-)
  33. Thanks charwatch, they're some out there, and always glad to hear of someone having one. Thanks for sharing the others you've posted, Loved seein them
  34. Top of my chart as Coolest watch posted in the Character category this doubts about it.... Love this, thanks for sharing this after describing earlier. It reminds me of the "Italian " marke...
  35. Dave, the subdial is right variant, give me a few days, I'll post one for you to see, just not home right now, if you know....well I know you know
  36. Sorry didn't answer your message earlier, I couldn't...
  37. Good afternoon nutsabotas6, thank you very much for showing the support, always deeply appreciated!!
  38. Dave, just for reference, have you ever seen this style in Mickey Mouse? The retractable chain fob had a celluiod Mickey and the dial was the same as the 34-37 wristwatch.
  39. LOL Mani, yes I could, but that would mean this old crippled up guy would have to write a post, take photos, just being a butt Mani, If you can't see it from that side of the screen, I'm s...
  40. To add a side note..... Wouldn't it grand if I could upload photos in comment section to compare the ad to the actual piece.....oh to Thanks again for this and the other fantastic post, ...
  41. Thank You Sir, now I'm in a slump, oh the anxiety of seeing one I don't possess is always I've been adding the "Flicker" watches as I find them, surprising enough, there's not ma...
  42. Thank you Roy...... for stopping in, always a pleasure to see your name pop-up on my post, very appreciated!!
  43. Possibly a flamingo, my first thoughts before reading description was that of an Emu, just another person's perspective......That's what's fun about "Art" everyone sees something just a little differe...
  44. kiwipaul, again another outstanding example of you have your own mine? Just joking, please don't take offense. But love seeing all these wonderful cuts and sets. Your collection is "Top S...
  45. Thank you: Rattletrap, Russ, kaputs11, Caperkid, Windwalker, Harborguy & Sean for all the loves and support....told you all I catch back up, just a little slow :-)
  46. Email response sent...Congrats on the Birthday Series Bambi
  47. BTW, did you win the Bambi watch?
  48. Hello again me at and I'll give you a few ideas. nothing in the Ingraham line will work to redo this, but I need to see your movement style to tell you which Ingersoll/...
  49. should have sent him home with a 6 to go
  50. Would have bet dollars to donuts, I had hit the love button on this, must have faded away over time, but did then and again just now. Great little bank...
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