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Pinkerton Detective Presentation Watch "Click" to Login or Register 
I've been missing a pocket watch since I moved a few years ago. Can't find it anywhere, and I have an awful feeling that one of the movers might have been tempted to "borrow" it. It's an 1895 Elgin in a OF silveroid presentation case, engraved on the back "to Detective James McParland, from the Pinkerton Detective Agency 1895." It's value lies in the engraved case. I Just thought I'd post this here in the off chance anyone ever runs across such a thing--there's only one in the world, and it's mine!
Location: Columbus, Ohio in the USA
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Hi Dennis,

If you have them, please post the movement and case numbers. And if you have pictures, that could also be very helpful. I have long held that when we share a special watch here on IHC it becomes a form of insurance.

Let's see if we can make something good happen for you!



Location: Northeastern Ohio in the USA
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