Post pictures of your pocket watches

Vintage pieces, golden era of USA pocket watches, etc
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Hi,

This is my beautiful fully restored English Silver Verge Fusee Paired Case Pocket Watch, both cases are solid silver and have matching hallmarks for Liverpool 1798. Maker G Collinsone. This watch was hand made by English Craftsmen a long time before machines and electricity. Both Silver Cases are in mint condition with no dents or chipping on the edges.
Fully serviced and in Mint condition for over 225 yrs old. Running without any faults and keeping excellent verge Pocket Watch Time.
58mm dia with mint condition dial (No Cracks or Chips) and Bullseye glass with no marks, and a Gilded (Gold Plated) Highly decorative movement.

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Hope you like it
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stunning movement: what a gem.
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Love the hour hand!
Can't figure out how many hours of work to sculpt such a piece.
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buddhabar wrote: May 13th, 2024, 4:48 pm Image
That’s my kind of zen garden!
I keep adding airplane parts to my motorbike but it still doesn’t fly
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Hypnogagia wrote:
buddhabar wrote: May 13th, 2024, 4:48 pm Image
That’s my kind of zen garden!
Ahahah..Image
My Builds and Mod > https://imgur.com/a/kLTgFrm

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buddhabar wrote:Image
Put a glass plate on top and you’ll a nice looking antique coffee table. ImageImage The ideal place for your espresso Image
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dj57 wrote:
buddhabar wrote:Image
Put a glass plate on top and you’ll a nice looking antique coffee table. ImageImage The ideal place for your espresso Image
Yes...this is a photo without the glass plate...which in fact exists. I attach 2 more photos. In fact I use it as a coffee table.Image

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That is awesome!
I keep adding airplane parts to my motorbike but it still doesn’t fly
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