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Early American Pair Case Fusee Pocket Watch Clark, Phila.

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    Posted 8 years ago

    Moonlighters
    (4 items)

    Early American Contract Watch of English manufacture for B.E.Clark of Philidelphia Pa. c.a. 1837 complete with it's original Box and Keys. Pair Case is of Coin Silver with faux English Hallmarks, probably American made, showing much use and what appears to be the original "Bullseye" crystal, outer Case retians several "Watch Papers" with American watchmakers adverts. and a hand made cloth liner. High quality English made Rack Lever Fusee Movement, probably by Robt. Roskell Liverpool, large Diamond endstone mounted in blued steel over the Balance Wheel, Balance Wheel is low carat Gold, Key Wind, 30 hour run time. Original glass enamel porcelain Dial with Goold hour and minute hands. Original velour covered Scallop Shell style Box with retailers name inside, W.F.Meyer, Reading, Pa.

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    1. TallerThanNapoleon TallerThanNapoleon, 8 years ago
      Great collection of watches and really nice photos. Do you have any more you can post?
    2. TallerThanNapoleon TallerThanNapoleon, 8 years ago
      Cool bike. I don't remember ever seeing one of those. Do you know how long they made them?
    3. scott stevenson, 8 years ago
      i have a watham pocket watch and cann,t find it on any site
      it has large roman #s under those imperial with the small seconds hand below
      in side no K-mark that i have found;patent feb 19th 1884
      on the working parts of the watch an other #4095190 plus the company name andsafty pinion
      please tell me about it-if it does have a gold mark were would it be
      thankyou
      scott
    4. Moonlighters Moonlighters, 8 years ago
      Hello Scott, and thank you all for your comments and questions. I would love to help you'all with your queries on your own watches, but Collector's Weekly doesn't have a question and answer system that I can utilize to help you with. Sorry 'bout that!
    5. andrew, 8 years ago
      i have a bulls eye and a uncle sam pocket watch if anyone is intrested

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