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This Collection is a catch-all for documentation, pictures, artifacts and ephemera relating to the history of the pocket and wrist watch business. It will mostly relate to American watch companies, but there will be others represented too. Some of these items may appear elsewhere in my Collections, and others there's no good place for, so they're here! 

Have questions, or an antique watch you want to show off? For more antique watches, check out the Google+ Vintage Watch Community!
https://plus.google.com/communities/105032863651771032397

There's plenty more to explore as well!
https://plus.google.com/+JeffSexton/collections

https://plus.google.com/collection/8iMYDB

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Mullen's X3-100
Mullen's X3-100
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Elgin Watchmakers College Student Work
This is a brass plate with five different types of jewel settings used in train jeweling, in vintage watches. This was made at the Elgin Watchmakers Collage to show competency with the various jeweling techniques. All the parts, other than the jewels themselves are hand made from scratch as part of the project.

My grandfather made this during his time at the school in the 1930s.

http://elgintime.blogspot.com/search/label/Everett%20Sexton
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