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

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W.W. Marston Single Shot - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
PLEASE, Help Save the Glass - Glasswarein Glassware
Never loan ANYTHING! - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Knickerbocker Watch Co. New York - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Phinney-Walker String Wind Car Clock - Clocksin Clocks
R.H. Ingersoll & Bros. Triumph Rim-Set - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Feb. 20th is National Handcuff Day - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Presidents' Day (U.S.A.) - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Manhattan Watch Co.  - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Clock in a Glass Bottle - Clocksin Clocks

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  1. Edward A. Rutenber, Aug.1876 - Sept. 1962. In 1892 he invented a single cylinder motor. In 1898 he established the Rutenber Manufacturing Co. and designed & manufactured the first 4-cylinder gasoli...
  2. BB2, Stanhope Marston, his father, brought his family from England to America around 1835 and settled in New York. This link is a little history: http://americansocietyofarmscollectors.org/wp-content...
  3. BB2, smooth bore, barrel does not screw off. Inside barrel diameter is .3575 inch. Overall length is about 7 inches. Thanks for the appreciation.
  4. Thank you for your appreciation: lzenglish pops52
  5. Thanks Kerry for the comment & appreciation.
  6. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: mikelv85 jscott0363 SEAN68 aghcollect
  7. BB2, Like your humor!!!!
  8. antiquerose, with out the guns. I'm afraid I'll knock the camera over and if gun is loaded it might go off. Don't want to damage my antique guns!!!!! My future glassware post will be "PLEASE, Help Sa...
  9. Thank you for your appreciation: CindB robin56 bratjdd
  10. antiquerose, yes, after going back and comparing, inky identified the pattern, but you have to understand, "I am glassware challenged" and I was looking for a picture that resembled what I posted, and...
  11. antiquerose "saved the glass". Looks like you identified them. Can you date them? Early 1900's? I took them off the logs, and have returned from my pinfire reloading bench.
  12. Thanks kyratango for the appreciation.
  13. BB2, I knew if I just posted the glass by itself, I would not have attracted your attention, and I didn't want you to have another uneventful day.
  14. PhilDavidAlexanderMorris, I figured that they did not have a collectable interest or value since I kept receiving them, otherwise they would have been kept by others.
  15. Thank you for your appreciation: PhilDavidAlexanderMorris fortapache Manikin
  16. Thanks BB2 for the information. I will look-up Ogoun papillon emblem. Thanks Roycroftbooksfromme1 for the appreciation.
  17. BB2, I knew you would see them as targets!! The "do-dad", lever under the barrels is the barrel release. After cocking both hammers, move the lever to the right and the barrels tip down, like a shotg...
  18. inky, thanks for the information & the link. I will check it out.
  19. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: Roycroftbooksfromme1 mikelv85 BB2 inky
  20. The dog is smiling and appears to be happy!!
  21. Thank you for the appreciation: jscott0363 vetraio50
  22. Thanks surfdub66 for the information and appreciation. The sheath was what the gentleman had it in when I bought it from him. He might have acquired it separately, I did not ask. You are probably corr...
  23. Nice photo !!! Here is a link that you might find useful. Dave http://www.nicholscapguns.com/index.html
  24. Thanks surfdub66 for the comments. Now collecting old glass target balls would be an interesting collection.
  25. Thank you for the appreciation: aghcollect surfdub66
  26. Thank you walksoftly for the appreciation.
  27. Thanks for the appreciation: toolate2 PhilDavidAlexanderMorris
  28. Missed these. Must have been when I was out of CW for a while. Dave
  29. Thanks for the appreciation: charmsomeone sarahoff
  30. Thanks for the appreciation: trukn20 Designer crswerner leighannrn sarahoff
  31. Thanks for the appreciation: egreeley1976 crswerner leighannrn snowman3 Trey
  32. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache racer4four PatSea Trey Thanks BB2 for the information.
  33. BB2, I think it is some type of bone. Blade is 2.85 mm thick Thanks BB2 & jscott0363 for the comments & appreciation.
  34. Thanks for the appreciation: CindB mikelv85 walksoftly
  35. fhrjr2, I agree and will never loan another weapon.
  36. Thanks for the appreciation: aghcollect vetraio50
  37. Thanks for the appreciation: ttomtucker Manikin vetraio50
  38. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  39. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  40. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  41. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  42. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  43. Thanks for the appreciation: walksoftly pops52 fortapache mikelv85
  44. vintagelamp, Your watch appears to be similar to to the 1934 Miss Liberty shown on this link. It also states that the case serial number is 6 digits rather than 7 digits. Dave http://www.watchophi...
  45. Thanks for the appreciation: aghcollect BB2 officialfuel
  46. Thanks for the appreciation: toolate2 jscott0363
  47. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: Roycroftbooksfromme1 SEAN
  48. Thanks petey for the appreciation.
  49. Prellis6 post: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/150600-1950s-ruppert-knickerbocker-beer-shadow?in=activity
  50. Prells6, Jacob "Colonel" Ruppert Jr. was born Aug. 5, 1867 and died Jan. 13, 1939. At the age of 10 he entered the brewing industry through his father who owned the Jacob Ruppert Brewery in Yorkvill...
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