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

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  1. Enjoy a safe Halloween again 2023 Dave
  2. Sorry, I don’t have an extra bow. Here is the Bannatyne watch: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/56142-the-bannatyne-watch-co?in=collection-724 Dave
  3. The Bannatyne Watch Co. was incorporated in November of 1905. Mr. Bannatyne had previously worked for the Waterbury Clock Co. before starting the Bannatyne watch company. He advertised his watch as "A...
  4. Not mine, but this is a YouTube recording of a wire recorder. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMVs-Dgy74A Dave
  5. S&W Model 90 S&W started their own line of handcuffs in 1952. In 1958 they started advertising their handcuffs as the Model 90 although they never stamped the model on the cuffs. They made this mode...
  6. You have a S&W 2nd version, Patent Pending Model 100 pair of handcuffs manufactured in Springfield, Massachusetts circa 1978 prior to S&W moving their handcuff manufacturing to Houlton, Maine in 1979....
  7. Manufacture would be 1964. These were inexpensive watches that sold for $1.00 when new. Your watch seems to be missing a bow (ring) at the winding stem. The box does not go with the watch. Ingersol...
  8. All the patents were assigned to the Western Clock Company organized in 1930 and in 1936 was reorganized as Westclox. Your watch is a Westclox with a movement that was introduced around 1959. In your...
  9. Can you take the back cover off and post (you can put up to 4 photos above) a clear photo of the movement. Also, what does it say between the center of hands & the 12 on the dial?
  10. I made my comment above by looking at the box which is for an eclipse by Ingersoll, but I think the watch is made by New Haven & is in an incorrect box. The photo you posted is a little fuzzy. I think...
  11. Made by Ingersoll. If you remove the back cover there is a serial number on the movement and it can be dated by the serial number.
  12. I have enjoyed my Shepherds Call print for many years. It hung in my grandparents home and for the last 30 years has been hanging in my home. It is still in the original frame and the back is printed:...
  13. Halloween Time Again Stay Safe Dave
  14. Gruen also made a semi-thin. One I posted a few years ago. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/245406-gruen-semi-thin?in=collection-726 Dave
  15. https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/search/result/illinois/3724792 Manufactured by the Illinois Watch Co. Grade 107 Private Label Burlington Watch Co. Est. Year 1920 The link above will give you infor...
  16. Thanks to all of you for your comments and appreciation. Dave
  17. In my response to vinyl33, I should have been more clear. When stating, I don’t see any reference to Robert Crumb, I should have included, “on my album shown here”. On my album jacket, back, bottom ri...
  18. I don’t see any reference to Robert Crumb. Artwork: Milton Knight Jr. Design: Colin Kellogg
  19. Vynil33rpm, Changed last two photos to show back & inside. Instructions state: install two Mercury batteries such as Airline 62-134 long life batteries. Dave
  20. D. B. Wesson seated at right, the two on the left are unknown to me. Dave
  21. Trey, Maybe it was for his desk (see added photo). Dave Thanks to all who have commented & showed appreciation.
  22. WESSON MANSION https://househistree.com/houses/wesson-mansion Dave
  23. Thanks to all for the comments & appreciation. Dave
  24. Thanks for the comment & to all that showed appreciation. Dave
  25. Thanks to all that showed appreciation. Dave
  26. Thanks for the comment & to all that showed appreciation. Dave
  27. Thanks for the comment & to all that showed appreciation. Dave
  28. Thanks for the comment & to all that showed appreciation. Dave
  29. Thanks for the comment & to all that showed appreciation. Dave
  30. Thanks for the comment & all who showed appreciation. Dave
  31. Trey, The last sentence in the above write up: “Polaroid film isn’t compatible with Kodak cameras.”
  32. I’m doing well, thank you. I found this in an old bookstore here.
  33. According to Ingraham Clocks & Watches by Tran Duy Ly, the Ingraham Straight Eight is a 1940 oversize pedestal 8-day alarm clock. Two-tone ivory with gold color dial. Colors offered: Ivory with gold t...
  34. jt65202 This chart might help you. http://www.elitetimepieces.com/seththomasref.html
  35. Thank you to all who hit the love button. Dave
  36. AnythingObscure, In your link to the recorders, on the page with the advertisement showing 6 recorders, mine is the center one in the top row. In the 3rd photo above, the inside of the lid with the ...
  37. Here are the pinfire cartridges 2mm - 15mm. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/286228-pinfire-cartridges?in=user
  38. Vynil33rpm Vynil33rpm, 10 hours ago Pwcollector what is your Mr. peanut bank made of Plastic
  39. My Mr. Peanut bank & alarm clock have the monocle on the left eye and the wrist watch has the monocle on the right eye. The wristwatch is a 1970 promotional. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/...
  40. My Mr. Peanut was a 1970 promotional. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/165221-my-mr-peanut-collection?in=collection-728
  41. Happy 4th of July 2021 Just bringing this post back up to wish all of you a happy & safe 4th of July. Dave
  42. Robert H. Ingersoll & Bro. 1881 - 1922 The serial number puts the approximate year of manufacture 1911. Dave
  43. A clear photo of the back plate clearly showing the patent dates would help. From what I see, it is an Ingersoll manufactured around 1910.
  44. mrplatypus, The diagram is found on page 83 of the Complete Price Guide To Watches. NO.26 year 2006 by Richard Gilbert, Tom Engle & Cooksey Shugart.
  45. You need to unscrew the case back cover off to take a photo of the movement & showing clearly the movement serial number, then you can get some specific information.
  46. Here is the Hamilton 940 I have. Dave https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/153324-hamilton-no-940-railroad-timekeeper?in=collection-726
  47. JacksonMZL, I’m far from being an expert, but your pocket watch movement is a Hamilton 940 and advertised as having the most phenomenally accurate time-keeping records, is more extensively used and i...
  48. This will explain it better than I can: https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/reference/adjustments Dave
  49. Watch movement serial number3313942 described here: https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/search/result/illinois/3313942 The dial is a Bunn Special Montgomery Dial.
  50. Click on link for information: https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/search/result/waltham/13639187
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