pw-collector

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

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Domingos Joaquim carved stone pencil holder - Fine Artin Fine Art
U.S.S. California, Pocket Watch Fob - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Pocket Watch Chains & Straps - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Bumper Car Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks
1909 Battle Axe Shoe Co. Pocket Watch Fob - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
A Few Favorites - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
The L.E.A.D. 2.5 Word Processor - Officein Office
Flag Of Denmark Pocket Watch Fob - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Ansonia Sun Watch - Clocksin Clocks
A Guide For True Pilgrims (1816) - Booksin Books

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  1. Thanks for the comment & appreciation: TassieDevil Caperkid aura jscott0363 :I wonder if he had this on his drawing table sketching out his engravings mikelv85
  2. This shows some of his work: http://neaca.com/custom-engraving Thanks bucketed for the comment & appreciation.
  3. This is a great item. Thanks for sharing it. Dave
  4. Great car!! Nice Ice Cream truck also!! Dave
  5. Thanks TimeTraveller for the appreciation.
  6. Thanks for the appreciation: buckethead fortapache mikelv85 TassieDevil jscott0363 Caperkid aura
  7. very unique!!
  8. Thanks for the appreciation: lisa roddyq billretirecoll: I just remember seeing so many rusting away. rniederman officialfuel
  9. Hamish, I'm glad you enjoyed this. Thanks for the appreciation Mrstyndall vetraio50
  10. Manikin & SpiritBear, thanks for stopping by & for the appreciation.
  11. Steptoe1, glad you like them, there are others, but I had a hard time fitting these in a photo. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache TassieDevil Efesgirl mikelv85 jscott0363 Steptoe1 kyrata...
  12. jscott0363, that one came to my mind also. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: shareurpassion lizzycbw
  13. Thanks vetraio50 for the appreciation.
  14. SpiritBear, I will make a post for the Bear fob. I might have photos already of it. If not, I will take some tomorrow. Thanks for the appreciation: SpiritBear vetraio50 BB2
  15. Manikin, If I had your truck I wouldn't want to get out of it. Just wake up & start driving again showing it off. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/106176-i-am-ready-to-take-off-in-classic-49-t...
  16. Steptoe 1, Not knowledgeable on wristwatches, so I can't tell you much except it is a Omega and they began in 1895. A photo of the movement and serial number on the movement might help date your watch...
  17. Manikin, Not as cool as your truck!!!! Thanks for the appreciation: shawnicus Manikin MacDaddyRico
  18. Steptoe1, I will post a few variations I have for a reference. Dave
  19. EJW-54, I have a couple different colors of one like yours, but this is one of my favorite travel clocks: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/205752-sheffield-suitcase-travel-alarm-clock?in=colle...
  20. Fort McDowell was on Angel Island in the San Francisco Bay. http://www.militarymuseum.org/CpReynolds.html
  21. I like the way you displayed these two buckles.
  22. SpiritBear, box has a UPC bar code, sometime around 1983. Thanks. Thanks lisa for the appreciation.
  23. I believe it is called the TROUBADOUR. 8-day Half-Hour Gong Strike Height: 16-1/4 inches Width: 21 inches Beveled glass Porcelain Dial Japanese Bronze Shows clocks on page circa 1880's - 1920...
  24. fhrjr2, mine could be from the 70's, I just know I have had it for a long time. Mine is just a clock / alarm and weighs 3/4 of a pound (without batteries) but including the dust. Thanks for the appre...
  25. Pocket Watch Chain. One of many styles. Dave
  26. Thanks for the appreciation: bb2 roddyq fortapache TassieDevil buckethead jscott0363 mikelv85
  27. jscott0363, it reminds me of the little metropolitan cars: https://www.google.com/search?q=metropolitan+cars&client=safari&channel=mac_bm&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiW47mYpd7VAhVJjFQK...
  28. Thanks bobby725 for the appreciation.
  29. I don't know the history of this postcard message, but if he does not sober up quickly, someone is going to steal his pocket watch fob & watch out of his right pocket !!!
  30. Looking through INGRAHAM Clocks and Watches by Tran Duy Ly, I believe yours is a "ZENITH" circa 1915. Fancy 5" dial Height, 11 inches Length of base, 18-1/4 inches Marbleized moldings Imitatio...
  31. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  32. Thanks kyratango for the appreciation.
  33. Thanks brunswick for the appreciation.
  34. Thanks for the appreciation: TassieDevil fortapache Wandlessfairy Vintagefran
  35. Thanks boysfarm for the appreciation.
  36. Thanks JFranca for the appreciation.
  37. It is totally up to you. No rules that I know of pertaining to "thank you's".
  38. Thanks JFranca for the appreciation.
  39. Thanks for the appreciation: Caperkid officialfuel roddyq vetraio50 jscott0363
  40. Thanks for the appreciation: Franca MacDaddyRico Oroyoroyisthatyourhorse boysfarm
  41. Thanks JFranca for the appreciation.
  42. Thanks for the appreciation: JFranca MacDaddyRico
  43. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: JFranca MacDaddyRico
  44. Thanks for the appreciation: JFranca MacDaddyRico
  45. Thanks Karenoke for the appreciation.
  46. Thanks JFranca for the appreciation.
  47. Thanks JFranca for the appreciation.
  48. JFranca, Is this what you missed? http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/152170-american-waltham?in=collection-726
  49. JFranka, The dial is great and if you are from San Francisco I can understand the fondness of the private label. I have a nice car clock in my car clock collection, that has a private label of, Shrev...
  50. Wandlessfairy, in comment #18 you can click on the BBW and see the individual posting. Thanks for the appreciation: Wandlessfairy Fleamarkettammy
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