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21 Jewel Hamilton 940 Fully Marked RR Pocket Watch "Click" to Login or Register 
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SOLD FOR 225.00 IN OUR EXCLUSIVE IHC AUCTIONS 10/21/15

A beautiful 18 size 21 Hamilton 940 lever set railroad approved pocket watch. This great watch winds and sets easily, started right up running.The hairspring has a fast, flat, steady motion. The 20 year gold filled SB&B case looks good with no dings or dents. Tight bow, thick mineral glass crystal. The covers screw on/off with ease. The double sunk porcelain enamel dial has a light hairline at the 38 minute mark and some edge chipping from 24 to 31. Fabulous looking movement with 21 ruby jewels in gold settings. Serial # 984437 from about 1914.

I am not here to make money I just love selling watches

 
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Posts: 5158 | Location: North Georgia Mountains in the U.S.A. | Registered: March 31, 2006


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This is a no reserve auction with bidding starting at just $.99



You got it Phil!

Quad 9s to get the ball rolling

99.99 Big Grin
 
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$115
 
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$120
 
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$125
 
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$135


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$150.00
 
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$200.00
 
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$225

21 Oct at 0145
Confirm I send to PayPal, your email on the profile?


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Phil watch on the way down under this morning, thank you
 
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Thank you Phil.

Received 30 OCT 2015. With sincere thanks.
It feels 'solid' in hand and will be used regularly.

Big Grin


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Posts: 75 | Location: Sydney in Australia | Registered: February 10, 2013
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G'Day Phillip,
I have a question about parts for the Hamilton that I bought just over 2 years ago. It is not keeping time and I have a watchmaker in Australia who is having trouble sourcing a new main spring. Could you point me to a possible supplier of a spring? I will get more details from the watchmaker, Dom Tancredi, as to what he needs.
My thanks for your time and assistance.


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Hi Philip,

Plenty of mainsprings here in Australia mate, I am very surprised that your Watchmaker can not source oneSmile Drop me an email with you needs, as I will have one here if Phil can not supply.

Cheers,
Bila
 
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