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


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Shakspere, The Pictorial Edition Vol. 1-8 - Booksin Books
Emergency Power Light - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Sheffield "Suitcase" Travel Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Book Of Time - Clocksin Clocks
Lux Rotary Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Western Clock Mfg. Co. Pocket Watch - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
F.Dick Cutlery Pocket Watch Fob - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
What is this ?? (Shoe Buttoning Frame/Hook) - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
A Westclox Story - Clocksin Clocks
U.S. Mint Sample / Money Art - US Paper Moneyin US Paper Money


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  9. Great collection!!
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  11. This could be a reference to the inscription: Nice clock, Dave
  12. Here is a car clock with the dial marked, Shreve & Co. San Francisco ( ), and several years ago...
  13. Thanks Kerry for the appreciation.
  14. It is the Gabour grade/name movement of the New England Watch Co. , formally the Waterbury Watch Co.(1880-1898). N.E.W. Co. of Waterbury, Connecticut, 1898-1914. Dave
  15. Love it. Sold my '77 L-82 a few years ago, by the way, it was also white. I had a lot of fun with it, especially after blowing the original engine, then replacing it with a 383 stroker. I hope you hav...
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  17. It's a European pin set watch. can you show a photo of the movement? It might help identify the maker. The back should snap off & on. Dave
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  20. You have a nice train collection. Thanks for sharing them. Dave
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  25. Thanks MysteryClock, I see you already figured out how to post pictures. Looking forward to see more of your collection.
  26. Thanks shawnicus for the appreciation.
  27. Nice Appleton Tracy Movement from 1889. Dave
  28. Lee, in the 1st photo, photo of the movement, there is a serial number (???7963). If you go to this website and put in the serial number then click on "select manufact...
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  31. I failed again. Belated thanks for the appreciation: OMG SpiritBear ttomtucker
  32. I missed thanks again, sorry. Thanks to: Hunter brunswick
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  34. Nice key-wind pocket watch key.
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  40. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: Bruce99 TassieDevil pops52 Caperkid walksoftly
  41. shawnicus, these are 2mm pinfire berloque pistols (more can be seen here: Thanks for the appreciation.
  42. nice little travel alarm.
  43. Racer4four, I agree, the 12 size pw fits great. Thanks for the appreciation: racer4four officialfuel
  44. Thanks for the kind words & appreciation: mikelv85 jscott0363 fortapache
  45. Sorry, I think this is what I wanted to show: Dave
  46. I found these C. C. & Co. Lures: Dave
  47. This might give you some information: Dave
  48. Wandlessfairy, the watch itself has no connection as being manufactured for the scouts. The scout pin with the watch might mean a scout carried that watch. There are a few "dollar watch" companies th...
  49. Wandlessfairy, These are Ingersoll watches made in Great Britain. If you pop the back off you should see a number stamped on the plate, i.e. 73 meaning 1973. I have a few of these. Dave
  50. Sad to see empty, deserted baseball fields. Happy to say in my hometown baseball is strong from little league teams, High School, College & a Minor League team that I have had season tickets to for th...
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