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Cub Scout Wristwatch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
Labor Day Weekend Bar-B-Que 
Owners "Self Personalized or Advertising" Dial - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
fortapache Ingraham Clock I'd - Booksin Books
Michigan Clark Equipment Advertising Watch - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
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  1. Manikin, you would be the first one invited. Wasn't there a post at one time about a CW Party? Manikin, we could tow it with your truck!!! http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/106176-i-am-ready-t...
  2. Thanks for the appreciation: Roycroftbooksfromme1 vetraio50 ttomtucker surfdub66
  3. Ikeman, it most likely screws off counter clockwise. Here is a link of how to open various types of watch cases: http://www.pocketwatchrepair.com/how-to/open-pocketwatch-cases.php
  4. Thanks for the appreciation: Manikin Signaholic aghcollect SEAN68 surfdub66 vetraio50 ttomtucker
  5. Thanks Trey for the appreciation.
  6. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: Trey (it would be an eye-catcher of the backyard BBQ) fortapache kyratango Manikin (a dream for sure. I should manufacture some .500 Magnum cartridge shaped...
  7. If you remove the back cover of the watch and give us the serial number off the movement (not the case cover), we can give you the information you are looking for. A good clear photo of the movement ...
  8. Thanks for the appreciation: walksoftly Roycroftbooksfromme1
  9. BB2, there are a few liberal states that would probably outlaw this BBQ. Dave
  10. Thanks for the appreciation: BB2 GeodeJem aghcollect
  11. Kerry, it has been a long time since I have been in Oakland, CA., but once when there I looked for the address and if I remember correctly it was a big parking lot in the downtown business district. ...
  12. Thanks for the appreciation: Kerry Indrozdenko
  13. Very similar to some of the Ingraham Mantel clocks. I haven't found the exact one yet, but still looking. Nice clock. Dave
  14. Thanks for the appreciation: BB2 mikelv85
  15. Thanks Trey for the appreciation.
  16. Thanks for the appreciation: ttomtucker fortapache aghcollect Trey
  17. Thanks for the appreciation: ttomtucker aghcollect Trey
  18. Thanks ttomtucker for the appreciation.
  19. Fortapache, a lot of the clocks in this book state fancy or plain dials. This one didn't, but I would think the same would apply here. Thanks & your welcome, Dave
  20. Thanks SEAN68 for the comment & appreciation.
  21. Thanks for the appreciation: vetraio50 mikelv85 Kerry Alan2310 BB2 Manikin SEAN68
  22. Thanks BB2 for the appreciation.
  23. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache mikelv85
  24. fortapache's Ingraham post: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/133680-ingraham-self-starting-alarm-clock?in=activity#comment-778786
  25. Just posted a scan for you. You decide if it is a match. Dave http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/167410-fortapache-ingraham-clock-id
  26. Thanks for the appreciation: mikelv85 walksoftly vetraio50
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  29. Kerry the expert will be along shortly to give you a complete description, but I think this will date to the late 1940's (1947 ?). Dave
  30. fortapache, Tran Duy Ly's book Ingrahams Clocks & Watches, under Electric Clocks Self-Starting Synchronous Time Clocks on page 129, item 323, shows this clock without the dark area & fancy border desi...
  31. I forgot to post above that these are dated 1927.
  32. This clock is shown in the book, Ingraham Clocks & Watches by Tran Duy Ly on page 317 under Kitchenette Assortment. This is No. 1 of a 3 style series. Eight Day Hour and half-hour strike 6" dial ...
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  34. Thanks for the comment & appreciation: aghcollect Manikin Kerry
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  38. Thanks for the appreciation: Signaholic Trey eye4beauty
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  40. Not a knife collector, but look here: http://www.rdwknives.com/Gallery.html
  41. Thanks, Kerry for the appreciation.
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  43. Thanks for the appreciation: aghcollect mikelv85 vetraio50 racer4four
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  47. Thanks for the appreciation: mikelv85 GeodeJem walksoftly BB2 aghcollect Manikin
  48. Thanks SEAN68 for the appreciation.
  49. Another great advertisement watch. Thanks for sharing. Dave
  50. Thanks, fortapache for the appreciation.
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