"Clock Repairing as a Hobby"

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    "Clock Repairing as a Hobby"

    by Harold C Kelly and "Handbook of Watch and Clock Repairs" by H G Harris - just received these from a friend and am now wondering if this is a not so subtle jab at my expertise.

    Anyway my friend had just traded on a deal where he drew a bunch of boot including this Grade 208 Elgin (@1900). That's a Keystone Nickeloid (4303XX) with locomotive on the back ( I know - polar bear in a blizzard.) The dial is in a reddish brown. Kind of fun for a model railroader type.

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    Re: "Clock Repairing as a Hobby"

    Just bought a couple of books today online to help me improve. Great looking pocket watch and hope you enjoy your book

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    Re: "Clock Repairing as a Hobby"

    Which books did you buy?

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    Re: "Clock Repairing as a Hobby"

    practical watch repairing by De Carle and the other is The history of clocks and watches

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