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

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Tobacciana Collection - Clocksin Clocks
Celebrating the 4th of July - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
The Patriot - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
A Visitor At The Front Door - Animalsin Animals
Ingraham Sentinel Alarm Clock - Clocksin Clocks
Dan Feaser Drawings - Booksin Books
American Waltham Crescent Street - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Westclox Car Clock - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches
Remembering The Fallen Heroes - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
English Fusee Pocket Watches - Pocket Watchesin Pocket Watches

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  1. 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...
  2. Thanks for the appreciation: Vynil33rpm dlpetersen
  3. Thanks AnnaB for the appreciation.
  4. Thanks for the appreciation: truthordare BB2
  5. Thanks for the comments & appreciation: Kerry Sylvester22 racer4four fortapache buckethead
  6. Thanks for the appreciation: Caperkid officialfuel Manikin Johnsmith Newfld
  7. Thanks for the appreciation: sugargirl clockerman (thanks again)
  8. Thanks for the information & appreciation: kerry roddyq
  9. Great to see you back. Hope you stick around & share all your knowledge & great collection. You have been missed. Dave
  10. Appears, according to one of my books as an early Key Wind circa 1870 - 1885. This might help: https://www.longines.com/company/history/20th/1975
  11. I'm not a collector of European watches, but this link might help: http://audemars.co.uk/the-successor-companies/
  12. Thanks Trey for the appreciation & hope your 4th was fun & safe.
  13. Thanks antiquerose for the appreciation.
  14. Thanks for the appreciation & happy 4th to all: bobby725 clockerman
  15. Thanks for the appreciation & happy 4th to all: bobby725 clockerman
  16. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  17. Thanks mikelv85 for the appreciation.
  18. BB2, I had to go dig it out of the vault & look at it with a stronger magnifier. You are probably correct that it is, John Hancock, as it seems to resemble the one noted here: https://www.landofthebr...
  19. Thanks for the appreciation: Tigra fortapache BB2 (if you can see John Hancock, your eyes are better than mine!!) vetraio50 TassieDevil officialfuel buckethead (again) Johnsmith
  20. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  21. Thanks iggy for the appreciation.
  22. Thanks for the appreciation: bucketed racer4four
  23. Thanks roddyq for the appreciation.
  24. Thanks for the appreciation: Windwalker dlpetersen BB2 fortapache TassieDevil officialfuel
  25. Thanks lisa for the appreciation.
  26. Thanks for the appreciation: Caperkid Anik Johnsmith vetraio50
  27. Thanks truthordare for the appreciation.
  28. Thanks purvis for the appreciation.
  29. Thanks again for the appreciation: mikelv85 buckethead
  30. Thanks fleafinder for the appreciation.
  31. Thanks shawnicus for the appreciation.
  32. Thanks Johnsmith for the appreciation.
  33. Thanks Collectables59 for the appreciation.
  34. Thanks Longings for the appreciation.
  35. Thanks Brunswick for the appreciation.
  36. Yours has much more character !!! (see if this works) https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/18/1939_Plymouth_%284999752918%29.jpg/800px-1939_Plymouth_%284999752918%29.jpg
  37. Yours has much more character !!! https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1939_Plymouth_(4999752918).jpg
  38. Thanks antique rose for the appreciation.
  39. Otaco4me, here is the real one as seen at the GM Heritage Center. Dave https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/163116-gm-heritage-center-post-3?in=collection-740
  40. ho2cultcha, I think this is the first I have ever seen, at least with its hindwing spread. Thanks for the comment & appreciation.
  41. Thomas, I like it as is. Dave
  42. Thanks Johnsmith for the appreciation.
  43. Thanks for the appreciation: Radegunder Johnsmith
  44. Thanks Johnsmith for the appreciation.
  45. Thanks Collectables59 for the appreciation.
  46. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  47. Thanks buckethead for the appreciation.
  48. Thanks for the appreciation: buckethead Windwalker
  49. Thanks for the appreciation: Collectables59 Windwalker
  50. Thanks for the appreciation: billretirecoll Alan2310 kyratango
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