pw-collector

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

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WWII U.S. Army Issued New Testament - Booksin Books
The Radium Girls, by Kate Moore - Booksin Books
Flying A Gas Station/Garage - Advertisingin Advertising
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

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  1. Thanks Oroyoroyisthatyourhorse for the appreciation.
  2. S. Mayer, stamped on the back of the fob is the maker of this fob. I have a book on fob collecting that shows 557 different fobs, but could not find this one. There were thousands manufactured by hun...
  3. My spell check changed Geona to Leona. Dave
  4. Leona is in Wayne County West Virigina. Here is a link to WWI Veterans who were casualties of Wayne County, WV.: http://files.usgwarchives.net/wv/wayne/military/ww1.txt This could be a fob created ...
  5. U.S.A. Towns/Cities named Genoa: Genoa - Wisconsin Genoa - West Virginia Genoa - Virginia Genoa - Texas Genoa - South Carolina Genoa - Ohio Genoa - North Dakota Genoa - North Carolina ...
  6. Great clock & box. I enjoy seeing your post. Dave
  7. In a watch fob collecting book I have, it states for this Keen Kutter fob: Color: Silver, Painted Red, with the front described as shown here. Age: 1910 Reverse side: The Recollection of quality re...
  8. Thanks roddyq for the appreciation.
  9. Thanks Mrstyndall for the appreciation.
  10. Thanks for the appreciation: Mrstyndall brunswick
  11. A pocket watch fob that is attached to a leather strap on one end and the watch attached to the other end and carried in a jeans watch pocket. There are several shown here: http://www.collectorsweek...
  12. Could have been used as a fob on a pocket watch chain.
  13. Thanks for the appreciation: Capered Mrstyndall Padit
  14. modemjunkie, Thank you very much for the link. Very interesting news articles, and I have bookmarked them in my reading list so I can read them again. If you click on pw-collector under my self portr...
  15. Thank you Mrstyndall for the appreciation.
  16. Thank you ttomtucker for the appreciation.
  17. Thank you bijoucaillouvintage for the appreciation.
  18. modemjunkie, yes, no doubt many knew early on of the dangers, unfortunately, greed over-rides concern and respect for others. Did you happen to retain any of the notes your father used in the trials?...
  19. Thanks bb2 for the appreciation.
  20. Thanks for the appreciation: mikelv85 vetraio50
  21. Thanks for the appreciation: mikelv85 roddyq
  22. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  23. Thanks Signaholic for the appreciation.
  24. Thanks for the appreciation: Caperkid buckethead
  25. Thanks AnythingObscure for the appreciation.
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  28. Signaholic, some of the girls signed the back of the dials they painted. I haven't removed any of the radium dials I have to check, and don't think I will. Thanks for the comments & appreciation.
  29. PostCardCollector, The girls that painted these dials would paint their lips, use as eye shadow, fingernails, and the paint dust (powder) before mixing, would get on their dresses, and at night (in th...
  30. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  31. Signaholic, yes very sad. here is a link to another post on Radium Girls I posted about 2 years ago: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/155134-radium-girls-and-radiolite-dial-watches?in=collecti...
  32. Thanks billretirecoll for thecorments & appreciation.
  33. Thanks roddyq & Fedester for the appreciation.
  34. Thanks brunswick for the appreciation.
  35. Thanks Trey for the appreciation.
  36. Thanks Padit for the comment & appreciation.
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