Separate names with a comma.
Because you rely on eBay for your lively-hood and income, I don't believe you are a creditable source on this subject..;)
The Hamilton part number for just the bare jewel is
270010 which fits all 18-16 size watches Except the 992E
The part number for the roller...
This is a great interview for Vortic and R.T Custer
Startup's push to rebuild vintage watches sparks legal battle
No they are not available to members like the ones I mentioned above are.
Someone needs to do a pdf scan and get them added to the list....
Most of Webb C. Ball watches say Railroad Standard, Ball's Standard & Official Standard,so do we want to post thousands of Ball's watches to get...
Fair enough, we disagree:D
In all fairness we are not looking for New York Standard watches, we are looking for "STANDARD" watches are outlined in Rick's opening post....
That is a Hamilton Model 6 case, however it has the wrong bow on it so it looks very wrong.
Twin City Supply
This is a real success for Vortic. A small start up company with little financial backing and winning against one of the largest Watch companies...
It should be the same as a 18s Hamilton.
Vortic Watch Co Won. !!!...
You should be thankful that eBay provides a return process ( at no cost to you) to take care of items not represented honestly or Damaged in...
They are listed on the main site
Company Records | National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors, Inc.
They are :
To be fair about your complaint, You are looking for a Pennsylvania Special which is a fairly rare watch.
Your chances of finding one...
Thanks for that, I am sorry but I wasn't notified about it so THUS my last post.
Fine, Can you address the 2 separate topics being discussed in a thread " Another eBay loser" ?
What does the tread have to do...
I don't think post this should be allowed on the MB because it just invites buyers to bash sellers.
I sell a lot on eBay and have never...
Thanks .you are the Man.
I suspected it was a promotional give away because it is cheaply made and then I thought as tight as old Nye...