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Wants to play!!!



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Relax, I can't spell either.

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an early James McCabe

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Holeee crap, Bryan. 83, I'm assuming?

If you want to get rid of it, you have my number Smile
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It is a 70kw, with matching movement serial

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434richmond wrote:
Relax, I can't spell either.

Keith R...


How is the case and dial--mov't is beautiful!

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Interesting Bryan (spell my 1st name the same).

I run my Going barrels much more then my Fusee's.
Usually the fusse's just to keep them lubed and the
Going barrel's, weeks at a time.

I like the model 70's, as they're like the Howard's, all
from thee back. SN# 626,240.

Your dial and hands are killer. I prefer gold hands myself.
Most of my watch money went to Europeans.

**From a watch makers estate, case 1871.

Keith R... Wink


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Thanks Jon..............Needs minute hand. Case original 1805.
Movement & case #5771. London K = 1805.

I was waiting for Bryan, as he's senior @149.

Keith R...

Edit for Jon. Thank boss. Great rule.



KR...


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 25, 2020 12:45 am Reply with quote
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These types of "English cases" are rather odd and unusual -- I have a P. Litherland with this type of case plus a window which makes it a half hunter.

Yep, on my list to photograph for you any other fellas interested.

Thanks for the photos.

Jon

Note to all: Let's keep the countries separate and on ther own respective forums! Thanks. j

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