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

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Time Teaching Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks
E. Howard Watch Co.  - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
WWII U.S. Army Field Headquarters Desk - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Vietnam Era Belt First Aid Kit - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
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Trade Card - Cardsin Cards
Pocket Watch Display Cabinet - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
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  1. Thanks for the appreciation: leighannrn rniederman inky crswerner raven3766
  2. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: EJW-54 jscott0363 TassieDevil truthordare mickeysmagic mikelv85
  3. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  4. Thanks for the appreciation: Manikin frisco (thanks for the extra personalized contents) clockerman mikelv85
  5. Thanks for the appreciation: officialfuel Caperkid vetraio50 SpiritBear Windwalker
  6. Thanks vetraio50 for the appreciation.
  7. Thanks for the appreciation: officialfuel Brunswick
  8. Manikin, thanks for the kind words. Thanks for the appreciation: buckethead cindyjune Manikin fortapache
  9. Thanks for the appreciation: Mike78 TassieDevil Trey BB2
  10. Thanks BB2 for the appreciation.
  11. Thanks Trey for the appreciation.
  12. Thanks Trey for the appreciation.
  13. Thanks for the appreciation: AnnaB Caperkid
  14. Caperkid & jscott, I have had this for over 20 years. I received it from my father, who received it from his brother (my uncle), who served in WWII. Not sure if he brought it home with him or how it w...
  15. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: jscott0363 buckethead fortapache
  16. Thanks Windwalker for the appreciation.
  17. Thanks Windwalker for the appreciation.
  18. Thanks for the appreciation: Collectables59
  19. Thanks for the appreciation: chrissylovescats Clockerman MyCountry
  20. Thanks for the appreciation: betweenthelens rniederman
  21. Thanks for the appreciation: Beachbum58 chrissylovescats betweenthelens sugargirl mickeysmagic SEAN68
  22. Thanks Manikin for the appreciation.
  23. Antiquerose, true there are some clock/watch collectors that get really upset when they see parts used in "art" form, I am not one of them. I have a belt buckle made up of watch parts and a S&W (Smith...
  24. Thanks for the appreciation: mickeysmagic SpiritBear
  25. Thanks for the appreciation: Manikin Agram.m
  26. Henry, here are the specs on your movement: https://pocketwatchdatabase.com/search/result/illinois/4552255 Grade: Autocrat Manufacturer: Illinois Manufacturer Location: Springfield, Illino...
  27. Thanks for the appreciation: leighannrn vetraio50 clockerman buckethead Tigra pajrr BB2 fortapache TassieDevil mikelv85 crswerner
  28. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  29. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  30. I like the dial and the case. Can you give the serial number on the movement (3rd photo) and we can give you some information about the watch movement itself. The photo is out of focus so I can't make...
  31. Thanks for the appreciation: jscott0363 Caperkid officialfuel
  32. Thanks for the appreciation: Ms.CrystalShip ho2cultcha
  33. Thanks for the appreciation: BB2 Caperkid truthordare
  34. Thanks officialfuel for the appreciation.
  35. Thanks for the appreciation: vetraio50 PostCardCollector buckethead
  36. I like the prices on this menu. A burger, fries & strawberry shake cost me $16.00 today for lunch.
  37. History of the Palace Hotel where Robert Mayers Jewelers was located: https://sf.curbed.com/2014/3/24/10127954/a-history-of-the-palace-san-franciscos-oldest-surviving-hotel Thanks for the apprecia...
  38. They do make very large chess pieces. For instance 16" pieces: https://www.chessusa.com/product/2F-102.html It was just a wild guess.
  39. Thanks for the appreciation: purvis vintagegirl66 aura
  40. Thanks for the appreciation: mickeysmagic mikelv85
  41. Thanks for the appreciation: fortapache RonM AnnaB mikelv85
  42. Sid Gordon: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sid_Gordon
  43. Thanks for the appreciation: antiquerose vetraio50 betweenthelens shughs MountainGirl Designer
  44. I have one of these in my shop above my double stainless steel sinks. I use it all the time.
  45. These are great. Smith & Wesson had a "Snake Eyes" series set of golf irons. http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/1247294-snake-eyes-smith-wesson-forged-mb1-irons-2-forged-wedges-125/
  46. I'm sure Winchester licensed rights out to various companies to use their brand name on various items. Smith & Wesson did and still does sell license rights. None-the-less, it is still neat to own ite...
  47. With the flat base and various size of the pieces, could they possibly be part of a chess game set?
  48. Thanks for the appreciation: Caperkid BB2 buckethead SpiritBear jscott0363 fortapache clockerman officialfuel
  49. truthordare, no, this was made by my uncle back in the 60's-70's. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: truthordare Newfld fleafinder
  50. Thanks MyCountry for the appreciation.
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