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Old 05-22-2020, 08:39 PM
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I have not been on this forum for a long time. Here is one of my long time favorite 1911's with one of my watches. I am into collecting watches and guns all my life going on 80, don't know how long i will be around with this bug on the loose. Here is a photo for you.
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Sorry for the VERY late reply but I didn't have any pics of both a watch and a pistol. When I finally remembered about this thread I quickly staged these photos.

http://smith-wessonforum.com/attachm...8&d=1590278930

http://smith-wessonforum.com/attachm...9&d=1590278959

The pistol is my S&W 629 Classic.

The watch is a B.W. Raymond pocket watch made by the Elgin Int'l Watch Company, 16-size, 21 jewels, 3/4-plate with a wind indicator (as in "don't forget to wind your watch" and not "which way is the wind blowing"), circa 1925. This is a genuine railroad-grade pocket watch.

So what do this watch and pistol have in common, you may ask? Absolutely nothing other than I own both.
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You forgot to mention writing instruments.....

Guns, watches, and high end pens.
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Here’s one of mine.


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5906 and Dunhaven mom gave me many years ago . Clasp needs to be repaired or new band and new battery if available.
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