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Here's two more! :wink:
Hey Crusty - check your PM :wink:
Re: Elgin Freesprung Boxed chronometer
Jim H - Gorgeous! . . . Are there any signs of it ever having been used?? The photos would appear as if...
Our friends down South of the Border were into "Bling" waay before Bling was known as Bling :wink:
Larry, my Cyber-Challenged Kinsman, you do not suffer alone! :wink:
Sending via USPS Registered Mail
Slim Jim . . . just for whatever it may < or not > be worth, I have sent several watches without incident on...
My most recent acquisition (from Jim Haney) is my Most Very Favorite Pocketwatch: Hamilton, 21j, 992 (unmarked), tu-tone checkerboard movement,...
Just an F Y I, for whatever it may/may not be worth, RE: 3,854,197 is listed as a 15j; however, it is marked as 17j on the bridge.
Re: Hamilton 993
Thanks, Kent :clap:. . . for all your effort(s) on behalf and to the benefit of all of us who are railroad watch aficionados :thumb:
. . . and, let's not forget the Wadsworth Cross Bar, please!:wink:
Re: Hamilton, Adjusted for Railroad Service
Please check your messages - Thanks!
:?|. . . maybe it's a swing-out :wink:
Ooops, Sorry! :?| . . . Please disregard :%
Suh-Weeet !!! . . . :thumb:
+1 - to all replies above . . . thanks for the photos . . . it's a really nice keeper for sure ;)
. . . is not any "Presidential" association only an assumption?
Could it not, for example, also, be the Great Seal of the US as used by...
Jimmy, check your Private Messages at the top of this page to the left on the Blue Bar.
Ethan, could/would you share another photo of the movement as well, please?
Welcome, Norman! . . . you came to the "right" place; however, an enlarged photo showing the engraved details on the inside back cover would be...
Suh-weeet! . . . Nice Find!! :coolsign: