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Antique Masonic pocket watch fob. The fob is ball shaped and only
when opened up reveals that it is Masonic. It is sterling and marked JHW,
which I believe is Worrall. It also has the Birmingham proof marks
Anchor, lion and "K".
I believe this dates it to 1910. The chain is not marked and appears to
be from the same era, but it may only be coin silver. The ball measures
about 16mm in diameter.
Vintage gold filled pocket watch chain with a fob that was given away by
the Illinois Watch Co. The fob features Abraham Lincoln on the
front and on the back it has: "Illinois Watch Company Springfield makers
of the A. Lincoln Watch.".
The fob measures 1 1/4" wide and appears to be bronze. The chain is rose
gold filled. The catch on the chain has a groove on the inside with a
leather insert. I guess that was supposed to protect the bow from wear.
The chain is not marked Illinois, just the fob. The chain is 11 3/4"
Vintage watch fob that is a small thermometer. It was made in England by
Steward. It measures 27mm wide. It does work. It is shaped like a
pocket watch. It has some dents, but if you take it apart, you could
probably push the dents out and polish the case. I think it is silver or
Vintage sterling silver watch fob from the DuPont gunpowder plant. I am
guessing it is from the 1920s, but it may be earlier. It measures 1 5/16"
wide. It has some enameling. It was made by Bastian Brothers of Rochester
NY who was a maker of civil war medals, so it may be older than I think it
is. There is some minor chips on the enamel and it has some minor nicks
and scratches. Overall it is in very good condition. This is fresh from a
closed jewelry store.
Vintage watch fob from the Brockton Fair (Mass.). It
has the image of Charles Howard on the front, who was president back in
1913. It is marked 1913 on the back. It measures 1 5/16" wide. It was
made by Robbins of Attleboro Mass. Nice condition