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Wow! There are very few articles on watch holders, so I really appreciate anything that has been written. I didn't look back at the article before responding and didn't remember any specifics. Thanks for letting us know!In response to Pat's comment: R.O.Hill was my father (NAWCC #1178, Canton, OH Chapter) and the article references the holder I posted. Thanks for sharing that information.
DavidThe back has the following hallmarks (thanks to a Google search): crowned leopard's head used from 1478-1822 = London; date code "N" = 1805-10; lion with raised paw = British. In the middle of these 3 hallmarks are engraved letters "MC" in script letter style. I couldn't find anything out regarding the engraving, I'm assuming they could be the owner's initials.
Nice Rockford Watches display case, Darrah!Here are a few that I collected since they can house larger watches. The second one from the right is the only one with some wood construction. Just follow Pat around the Mart if you ever want to find them. Ha!
I’m not sure. Confucius perhaps? It came with a 12S Waltham in a nice Nubian gun metal case that was too big for it. I think a 10s would fit just right. I’ve had this folky Adirondack watch holder for 35 years now and it is my favorite.-CortCool! Is that Buddha guarding the watch?