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Just sold at auction here:

Gent's pocket watch, by 'Goldsmith's', top wind, "working" order, white dial, approx. 40mm, seconds dial & black Roman numerals, small chip in glass, presentation dedication on the back case, 'To William H Bonney, 23rd Nov 1877, his 18th birthday. Presented by his mates in dead mans gulch', stamped & tested

Only 6 bids, went for £85.00 ($165.00)
 

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Just sold at auction here:

Gent's pocket watch, by 'Goldsmith's', top wind, "working" order, white dial, approx. 40mm, seconds dial & black Roman numerals, small chip in glass, presentation dedication on the back case, 'To William H Bonney, 23rd Nov 1877, his 18th birthday. Presented by his mates in dead mans gulch', stamped & tested

Only 6 bids, went for £85.00 ($165.00)
:-d:-d:-d:-d You are a funny guy, do people tell you that?
Why would his mates call him by one of his aliases?
 

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LOL.....I'm not saying its the real mcoy, but it went pretty cheap even as a novelty piece......
Take one watch that won't fetch more than 20 pounds, add 5 pounds of inscription, list on ebay and roast for a 7 day auction. Result: a well cooked "Sucker's Delight".
 

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Would be more worth if they put a bullet through it...
 
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