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

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  1. Thanks for the appreciation: Roycroftbooksfromme1 TGambill81
  2. Thanks for the appreciation (kind-of fell behind here): TheGateKeeper yougottahavestuff tazaliendew69
  3. Thanks for the appreciation: vetraio50 Manikin clockerman yougottahavestuff
  4. 1st impression is a water wheel.
  5. Thanks for the appreciation: buckethead bobby725 bb2 fortapache
  6. Thanks for the comment & appreciation: jscott0363 Cathyz
  7. Thanks jscott0363 for the appreciation.
  8. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache EJW-54
  9. Thanks antiquerose for the appreciation.
  10. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: buckethead kwqd
  11. dgirardin, here is an item Smith & Wesson (yes, the gun manufactures) made to sharpen your razor blades. They were called "Blade Savers". Dave https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/168645-smith-a...
  12. Appears to be like this one, circa 1930. https://www.icollector.com/Gillette-Razor-Blade-Tin-Litho-Product-Dispenser_i30202167 Dave
  13. Thanks for the appreciation: buckethead purvis Manikin Newfld vetraio50
  14. Thanks for the appreciation: vynil33rpm Sunnero
  15. Thanks again Trey for remembering the 4th.
  16. Happy July 4th 2019. Just thought I would bring this up again. Dave
  17. Thanks jscott0363 for the appreciation.
  18. Thanks TheGateKeeper for the appreciation. yougottahavestuff, I'm glad it brought back memories.
  19. Thanks for the appreciation: bobby725 CanCollect
  20. Thanks Brunswick for the appreciation.
  21. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache irishcollector officialfuel
  22. Thanks for the appreciation: bb2 vetraio50 AnythingObscure
  23. Thanks truthordare for the appreciation.
  24. You might find something here: https://www.crosleyradios.com
  25. Thanks bobby725 for the appreciation.
  26. Thanks for the appreciation: AnythingObscure bb2 fortapache vetraio50 buckethead jscott0363 purvis yougottahavestuff
  27. Thanks for the appreciation: Yougottahavestuff buckethead bobby725 bb2 AnythingObscure purvis fortapache vetraio50 jscott0363
  28. Thanks Hot-Estate-Sales for the appreciation.
  29. Thanks Brunswick for the appreciation.
  30. Thanks for the appreciation: bobby725 buckethead bb2
  31. Thanks for the appreciation: Mrstyndall Watchsearcher (again) Heidigk87
  32. Thanks purvis for the appreciation.
  33. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache vetraio50 yougottahavestuff
  34. purvis, here is a "big" one driving down the highway. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/203786-wienermobile-today-and-a-1952-model Dave
  35. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation & comment.
  36. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  37. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  38. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  39. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  40. Thanks mickeysmagic for the appreciation.
  41. Thanks yougottahavestuff for the appreciation.
  42. Thanks for the appreciation: jscott0363 Hunter hunterglee bb2 officialfuel vetraio50
  43. Thanks for the appreciation: Ben fortapache
  44. Niel, I don't have access to the book to give you the technical answer, but the "fork as you call it", is a flat tension spring holding the two halves of the frame together. Yours appears to be missi...
  45. Thanks for the appreciation: Hunter jscott0363
  46. Thanks for the appreciation: officialfuel Radegunder jscott0363
  47. Thanks for the appreciation: jscott0363
  48. Thanks for the appreciation: officialfuel jscott0363
  49. Neil, These are 2mm pinfire pistols used as watch fobs, they are not keys. The one you have is one of the early ones with the barrel bored through all the way. Later ones, post WWII, have the barrel...
  50. Thomas, glad to see you back & hope full recovery is speedy. Dave
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