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35th Anual Stanberry, Mo. Father's Day Car Show - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
1934-37 Mickey Mouse Wristwatch Printer's Block - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Ingersoll "Mite" Wristwatch....Circa 1928-29 - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
English Variant Mickey Mouse Clock...Variant #1 - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
ATTEN: vonsboy, English variant Mickey Mouse Watches & Boxes - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Frost Cutlery-Vietnam Commemorative Knife - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Happy Mothers Day  - Cardsin Cards
For Wandlessfairy......1933/34 UK variant Mickey Pocket watch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Found in Old Attic - Visual Artin Visual Art
Hutchy777, here's a few Timepieces - Clocksin Clocks

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  1. Pops, I posted a real one that was at the Car Show over the 4th..... Love seeing this
  2. I would also venture to say 1930's, the basic design would strongly suggest
  3. Thank You Wolfegang for all your input and knowledge on this, always deeply appreciated!!
  4. @ Wolfegang, sorry that you think I've copied yours for starters, I've owned this block since the early 1970's. Secondly, didn't mean to piss you off, but everyone is entitled to their opinions, There...
  5. Adam, I believe so, but will have to check a couple boxes.....you know how that goes...lol
  6. Good Morning Nicefice, hoping and wishing you a Happy $th and a safe time spend close to loved ones :-)
  7. Thank you PhilDMorris for all the support, always deeply appreciated!!
  8. Thanks Phil for sharing the loves, very appreciated!!
  9. Thank you olebodie for dropping in and showing the support, deeply appreciated!!
  10. Good Evening Phil, Thanks for looking in, always very appreciated!!
  11. Thank you vonsboy for the wonderful complement, always appreciated!! Thanks Lucas for stopping in, great to see you've been looking :-)
  12. Thanks Adam, Kurt & Lucas for stopping by and showing the support, deeply appreciated!!
  13. To Cool....love it, need to catch-up on everyones newest posting....Thanks for sharing these Kurt
  14. Pretty Neat-O Adam, thanks for sharing :-)
  15. Thank you Recordmantime & MyFavoriteTreasures for stopping by and sharing the love, very appreciated!!
  16. Thank you jscott363 & Nicefice for the support and complements, very appreciated!! @ Nicefice....been a crazy spring/summer, working to many hours and seem to fight to find time to surf the net....Ha...
  17. Good Evening Mani...Thanks and big Hugs :-)
  18. Sorry slow with posting, lighting hit here last night and lost my modem until replacement today. Here's the "Mite" posting I promised: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/196929-ingersoll-mite-wr...
  19. I will post one.... shortly, I have a couple NOS from the late 1920's
  20. Circa 1970's
  21. oops, should read "OR"
  22. Just read comment on George's posting about an Ingersoll "Mite", what variant are you looking for? Two piece casing of wire lug?
  23. Tom, so cool......Great , Love them, superb :-)
  24. Not a Railroad Approved watch, but sorta neat piece to carry. Nothing really special, a cheaper watch for consumer market to attract "Rail Road" buffs
  25. Jealous, very neat, I'd bought too.....want your $ back, lol
  26. no response, hmm, must be not info you asked for. like most of your post, you ask, then disappear.
  27. Beautiful 1936 "Bearded" Mickey by Ingersoll LTD
  28. Nicefice.....what is mystery? If the year of auto....1941. Great post of Family and era passed. BTW, the only reason I know year, I have 41 Coupe
  29. "Mystery Solved"
  30. LOL, well I'm okay too....lost me mind, but I'm still here
  31. Neat-O-, thanks for putting a smile on my face :-)
  32. I have mine somewhere, had forgotten about these....Thanks for stirring a memory. Kerry
  33. NICE....memories, makes the day go better :-)
  34. the Bulova "17AH" movement was produced between 1946-1953, so dating would be in that 7 year period. Kerry
  35. LOL< I know Glassie.......Great piece
  36. LOL Forged from a railroad spike.....
  37. here's a couple: http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-whaling-fishing-whale-fleshing-knife last photo on this one(Modern repo) http://wftrapping.com/skinning_fleshing_pelter_knives.htm an...
  38. Lucas... you didn't comment on my determination.....LOL
  39. "Fleshing" tool would be better term......
  40. I haven't read through the comments, but it's a "Hide" scrapper, used to remove the fatty tissue off animal hide, like cattle and such
  41. Thank you Michael, Nicefice, Mickey, valentino97, courtenayantiques & gargoylecollector for the wonderful complements and sharing the loves, always deeply appreciated!!
  42. Thank You ttomtucker, Mickey(hope you're feeling better today), gargoylecollector & pickupman for stopping by and sharing the loves, very appreciated!!
  43. Thank you Michael & Pops for stopping by, very appreciated!!
  44. Thank you kyratango, Daddy_Nobucks & walksoftly for stopping by and showing the support, very appreciated!!
  45. Thank you: Thomas, Nuts, Daddy_Nobucks, Walksoftly & Russ very appreciated!!
  46. No specific reason, other than Donald's a sailor.......to communicate time, I guess. Thanks Eye4 for dropping by
  47. Good Morning Thomas, wish you & yours and great day
  48. Thanks Trey for stopping in and sharing the loves, very appreciated!!
  49. Thank you very much antiquerose, mikelv85 & kyratango for all the support, always great to see you've stopped in.
  50. Reference posting by me earlier:(Advert provided my Adam) http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/177387-the-first-donald-duck-pocket-watch--un?in=collection-3003 George has the wristwatch: http://...
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