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  1. Clock world
    I have a travelling clock which I think may have belonged to my German grandmother, who was born in 1895 and who died in 1974. There are no identifying markings on the dial or the case, but if it is German made (as I suspect it is) it would probably date from the late 1920s or early 1930s. How...
  2. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Hello all, Would there be any interest in an Angelus 8 day travel clock if I were to list it on Ebay? Movement is fully working and keeps good time, thermometer is accurate but the barometer has probably lost its vacuum as it no longer shows the actual pressure. Excellent condition throughout...
  3. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Brand seems to be "Ladura"--can't find anything on this? Not sure how to take it apart, so looking for info that could be gleaned from external observation. The only other visible markings on it are the standard U.S. patent numbers [US PAT 2640668 US PAT 2719402]. Says it's 17 jewel...
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