These pics represent a partial inventory of several huge tubs of watches (some working, most not), watchmaking tools, books, manuals, catalogs, and thousands of watch parts, crystals, etc. Overall, it took the entire back portion of my '03 Explorer to haul all of it home. For this stuff I paid $150.00. I thought it was a good deal. However, I know next to nothing about what constitutes useable parts, etc., So, I may have paid for a whole load of interesting, but useless stuff. Looking at the pics, do you guys think I did okay? I can't really even begin to list everything. There are literally thousands of crystals alone, mostly in their original sleeves and amazingly mostly unbroken (there are true crystal crystals and acrylic crystals), hundreds of bags and containers of tiny parts, boxes of loose parts, boxes of watches (Swiss, Russian, English, French and 'mall' watches) that include one old Omega, three Vostoks, an Orvis, a Vulcain, myriad Bulova, Helbros, Elgin, Gruen, Seiko, Timex, Citizen, etc., plus two Baby Ben alarm clocks, two Swiss made travel alarm clocks, a big box of pocket watches and dials/parts, Elgin service manuals from the 50s and 60s, GS and Electro crystal catalogs from 50s and 60s, a Seiko parts manual from 1972, various advertising brochures from the 70s, a Hamilton Electric circular, and much more. I'm happy just sitting in the middle of it all, gazing in wonder at all the neat stuff. It probably exposes me as an uber-dork, but I find some of the old boxes (almost) as cool as the watches! Anyway, any input and advice will be appreciated. Thanks, everyone!