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Hey all,
I got a phone call yesterday from my repairman, he needed a ride from Central to Western NYS, and said if I can give him a ride, he had some of my stuff done in trade for the ride. Well, I was excited to hear that he got 3 of my best projects done, my 1901 Isaac Pheils world time clock, my L. Hubbell modified skeleton, and my Hy. Moser wrist watch! My room is definitely loudened with ticking now!




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Wonder what's in the Moser, it's a cool piece... Although it could use a new crown.
 

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Looks like a Peseux.
 

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Thanks, through my research and my repairmans research, we have come to the conclusion that the Isaac Pheils world time clock is either a one of, or a prototype.

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