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That was the one.
It just looked like a neat movement as I had never seen one like that.
Thanks to all for the great info.:thumb:
Anyone ever seen a 2 tone Waltham with a .....well...racing stripe type pattern ?
I saw one recently on a certain auction site and just wondered...
Yes i saw that nickel movement and was tempted to bid , alas Grad school is exxxxpensive and the snowflake was my once-in-a-lifetime shot......i...
Excellent , thanks for the info !
You must have a really good database.
One of my others I omitted.
Here's 2 of the Aurora(s) that i own for reference files.
Please excuse the cases they are just temporary.
#101069 and #73500
Finally got my Snowflake...:bigsmile:
This is the watch that I have inquired about. It's mine. Maybe the pics will help.
This is the info that made me think that there may be a connection....
Civil war buffs...
There appears (initially) to be a link between General Beckley and the Sopers.
(A young man named John.)
Does anyone know ?
I had no idea that my seemingly innocent inquiry would grow this fast !
I'll post some of my Aurora(s) later this week.
Thanks to all,
Here are the pics from the e-bay ad. Found in the browser cache.
These are the posting pics from the sellers page for the database reference....
Thank you everyone for the info .....more later....
Actually it is Curwinsville with an "i" on the watch, I just found it as "e" on the map i had i think the "e" is a mispelling on the modern map....
The Watch Doctor in Danville Va. on Main St.
They are VERY good but my last keywind was there for 10 months...
Morris J Beckley May be the son of Gen Beckley who was a Confederate General in WVa in the Civil War at the battle of Gauley River(Bridge ?)
Hello to all,
Can anyone tell me where I can find or if you know any good info about the few Aurora High grade movements , particularly the...
Thanks so much, I suspected it was a private label but wow!, that's awesome info, It's in it's original case (coin silver) too....
New to posting here.
I have a Strange (to me) waltham KWKS pocket watch that appears to be a Model 1857, with LVB Soper ..Cerwinsville PA.....