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I collect: pocket watches watch fobs alarm clocks books anything that gets my attention

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A European Pair - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Kermit the Frog - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Ingersoll Nurse Watch - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Keys for Winding & Setting Antique Pocket Watches - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Challenge Coin - US Coinsin US Coins
2 Gauge Pinfire Punt Gun 
Challenge Coin - US Coinsin US Coins
WWII .50 Cal. Cigarette Lighter Trench Art - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Alcatraz Electric Chair Pocket Watch Fob - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Ansonia Scout Troop Pocket Watch  - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches

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  1. Thanks Trey for the comment & appreciation.
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  3. Thanks for the comment & appreciation: BB2 (7mm pinfire cartridge. Joseph Deprez manufactured firearms from 1874-1886) Manikin nutsabotas6 rniederman officialfuel mikelv85 Radegunder Rustfarm
  4. Thanks for the comment & appreciation: fortapache aghcollect walksoftly Kerry vetraio50
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  6. Thanks for the appreciation: Manikin (thanks again) Alan2310
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  8. Thanks Kerry for the link. Thanks for the appreciation: officialfuel eye4beauty
  9. Great find!!
  10. Thanks Kerry for showing this. I see, it is set up as a "sidewinder". This example is not noted in George Townsend's Dollar Watch book among the character watches. The only one he shows with the re...
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  12. Thanks for the appreciation: Kerry kaputs11 charwatch foseatme ahawnicus mikelv85 walksoftly
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  17. Thanks Roycroftbooksfromme1 for the comment & appreciation.
  18. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache valentino97 Trey walksoftly GeodeJem charwatch Manikin captainslack SEAN68
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  26. Kerry, I have another watch like this (same ivory enamel case), that does not have the seconds dial. I guess if there is a Mickey dial this small, it could be adapted to it.
  27. Kerry, I would think a Mickey would have the seconds dial at the 6 o'clock position.
  28. Thanks Roycroftbooksfromme1 for the appreciation.
  29. Kerry,I don't think I have seen a Mickey in this style.
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  31. Thanks for the appreciation: vetraio50 mikelv85 Kerry
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  34. Awesome, thanks verretcheque for the link.
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  36. Thanks Trey for the comment & appreciation,
  37. Instructions on how to open a pocket watch case: http://www.pocketwatchrepair.com/how-to/open-pocketwatch-cases.php Dave
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  41. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: fortapache mikelv85 officialfuel GeodeJem
  42. Thanks Kerry for the appreciation.
  43. Thanks scottvez for the comments. Thanks again kaputs11 for the kind words. Thanks bobby725 for the appreciation.
  44. Thanks kaputs11 for the comment & appreciation. Usually, when looking for a certain item, I take my time to find one I can afford, but for this one, the wait was for the first one I saw come up for s...
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  47. Thanks Rustfarm. When I first made the post, I used the second photo of the collection as the lead photo. But the more I looked at this shot, the more I was convinced it needed to be the lead photo. ...
  48. Thanks vetraio50 for the appreciation.
  49. fhrjr2, Tell him "Thank You" for his service & protection. Dave
  50. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: fhrjr2 (a possibility) Trey Manikin
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