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

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Mickey Mouse Lucite Watch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
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San Jose State College Towel Check Token - US Coinsin US Coins
Tobacciana Collection - Clocksin Clocks
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The Patriot - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
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Ingraham Sentinel Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks

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  1. TheGateKeeper, I have a couple of fobs marked like yours, which I believe were made in the 1970's. The mark you are looking at is: BY GEO. (By George) MTTA.O. (I believe stands for, Marietta, Ohio...
  2. Nice fob. Is there anything stamped on the other side? Interested if there is a fob manufactures name stamped on the other side. Dave
  3. This site might also be of interest to you. I also shows the fob. https://www.greenriverwhiskey.com Dave
  4. You have a nice advertising pocket watch fob. On the reverse side, under 1907, I believe is the manufactures name, S. D. Childs Co. Chicago, Ill. Also the bottom of the fob appears to be a taper / ...
  5. Thanks for the appreciation: paulroa Vynil33rpm
  6. Here is a how-to removing different types of pocket watch backs. http://www.pocketwatchrepair.com/how-to/open-pocketwatch-cases.php Yours is most likely a snap-off back version.
  7. Can you remove the back & post a photo of the movement?
  8. The Metal Arts Co., Rochester, N.Y. was one of several big manufactures of pocket watch fobs. Others included, The Greenback Co. Chicago, Ill.; S. D. Childs Co. Chicago, Ill.; Bastian Bros. Rochester,...
  9. A little history: http://www.quackenbush.com/hmq/hmq.html
  10. Thanks Elliott_Lonestar for the appreciation.
  11. Thanks for the appreciation: Brunswick Johnsmith
  12. Your welcome Vynil33rpm & thanks for the comment. Thanks Johnsmith for the appreciation. Thanks buckethead for the comment & appreciation. Thanks truthordare for the appreciation.
  13. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  14. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  15. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  16. Nice travel alarms. I like collecting old travel alarms. This is one of my favorites: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/205752-sheffield-suitcase-travel-alarm-clock?in=collection-761
  17. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: Toyrebel Vynil33rpm purvis fortapache Newfld Caperkid Manikin truthordare
  18. Great find & collection.
  19. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: Johnsmith Brunswick buckethead
  20. fhrjr2, it's great you still have your mothers Orphan Annie watch. The Orphan Annie I have, I believe is from around 1938. I also have a Babe Ruth, Roy Rogers & Trigger, Dale Evans & Buttermilk, Lone ...
  21. Using this serial number lookup might give you some insight. http://retroseiko.co.uk/seiko-serial.htm
  22. Thanks for the appreciation: Caperkid fortapache AnnaB TassieDevil truthordare BB2
  23. Thanks valentino97 for the comment appreciation.
  24. Thanks valentino97 for the appreciation.
  25. Thanks for the appreciation: lisa Vynil33rpm Manikin Newfld Toy rebel MyCountry racer4four
  26. Thanks toolate2 for the appreciation.
  27. Thanks for the appreciation: truthordare AnnaB Manikin mickeysmagic
  28. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache officialfuel Caperkid racer4four
  29. Thanks for the comment & appreciation: Toyrebel lisa Vinyl33rpm vetraio50 Newfld
  30. Thanks for the appreciation: dlpetersen EJW-54
  31. Thanks for the appreciation: truthordare Tanni MyCountry Bunnymom
  32. This should help. Appears the back should screw off, counter clockwise. Seeing the movement and the serial number on the movement will help to identify it. http://www.pocketwatchrepair.com/how-to/op...
  33. Thanks for the appreciation: Toyrebel Vynil33rpm vetraio50 Johnsmith Manikin Newfld BB2 mickeysmagic Caperkid fortapache TassieDevil
  34. Thanks Johnsmith for the appreciation.
  35. Thanks again mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  36. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  37. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  38. This might help you a little on the Medora watch. https://mb.nawcc.org/threads/identifying-medora-pocket-watch.122731/
  39. I have a book of watch fob collecting and it shows a couple of Spanish War Veterans fobs. This particular fob is not shown, but is a very nice fob, manufactured by one of the major manufactures, Basti...
  40. Thanks vynil33rpm for the appreciation,
  41. Thanks Auntiques for the appreciation.
  42. Also unable to save to collections. Dave
  43. Thanks for the appreciation: Brunswick Radegunder
  44. Thanks Brunswick for the appreciation.
  45. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  46. Thanks for the appreciation: gargoylecollector keramikos
  47. Thanks for the appreciation: Johnsmith fortapache clockerman Caperkid vetraio50
  48. If you remove the back cover and post a clear photo of the movement (watch works) showing the serial number, more information can be given to you. Dave
  49. If you remove the back cover and post a clear photo of the movement (watch works) showing the serial number, more information can be given to you. Dave
  50. The most collectable, are the ones that have the barrel bored through completely, most are marked Austria & Germany. The early Japan marked ones also are bored through. With only one photo, and not fo...
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