Watches Photos

Watches allow individuals to tell time using a portable device which is spring or battery operated. A watch fob is strip of leather or cloth used to attach a pocket watch to clothing. A watch tower or stand is where one place a watch at home to turn it into a clock.

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Abraham Lincoln's pocket watch purchased by Lincoln from Geo. W Chatterton in Springfield, Ill. at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Mary Lincoln's black onyx mourning watch & gold pin with image of Abraham Lincoln's face at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Swiss gold pocket watch with engraved filament light bulb given to Edison by Charles Willis Ward. Fort Myers, FL.Gold repeater watch engraved with Cody hunting Buffalo by Leopold Haguenin given to Cody possibly by Prince of Wales at Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Cody, WY.
Abraham Lincoln's pocket watch (1850s) purchased by Lincoln from Geo. W Chatterton in Springfield, Ill. at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Mary Lincoln's black onyx mourning watch & gold pin with image of Abraham Lincoln's face at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Swiss gold pocket watch (1927) with engraved filament light bulb given to Edison by Charles Willis Ward. Fort Myers, FL.Gold repeater watch engraved with Cody hunting Buffalo by Leopold Haguenin (c1890) given to Cody possibly by Prince of Wales at Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Cody, WY.
Watch which belonged to Josiah Bartlett, first man to vote yes on Declaration of Independence & Governor of NH, at Woodman Museum. Dover, NH.George Washington's watch key with arms of the United States at Fort Ticonderoga. Ticonderoga, NY.Theodore Roosevelt's watch fob with family crest & Phi Beta Kappa key at Old Orchard Museum at Sagamore Hill NHS. Cove Neck, NY.Columbus-themed watch fobs, pocket watch & pendants at Knights of Columbus Museum. New Haven, CT.
Watch which belonged to Josiah Bartlett, first man to vote yes on Declaration of Independence & Governor of NH, at Woodman Museum. Dover, NH.George Washington's watch key with arms of the United States at Fort Ticonderoga. Ticonderoga, NY.Theodore Roosevelt's watch fob with family crest & Phi Beta Kappa key at Old Orchard Museum at Sagamore Hill NHS. Cove Neck, NY.Columbus-themed watch fobs, pocket watch & pendants (all c1892) at Knights of Columbus Museum. New Haven, CT.
Jamestown Exposition souvenir watch fobs at Hampton Roads Naval Museum. Norfolk, VA.Collection of Charles A. Lindbergh souvenir watch fobs at National Air & Space Museum. Chantilly, VA.Watchmaker Louis Fremeau shop sign from Burlington, VT at Shelburne Museum. Shelburne, VT.Wood & whalebone watch tower at Whaling Museum. Cold Spring Harbor, NY.
Jamestown Exposition (1907) souvenir watch fobs at Hampton Roads Naval Museum. Norfolk, VA.Collection of Charles A. Lindbergh souvenir watch fobs at National Air & Space Museum. Chantilly, VA.Watchmaker Louis Fremeau shop sign (19th C) from Burlington, VT at Shelburne Museum. Shelburne, VT.Wood & whalebone watch tower at Whaling Museum. Cold Spring Harbor, NY.
Opal watches made in Adelaide. Adelaide, Australia.Marine watch no.3 for navigation at sea at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Clock industry of Waterbury, CT exhibit at Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT.
Opal watches made in Adelaide. Adelaide, Australia.Marine watch no.3 (1763) for navigation at sea at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Clock industry of Waterbury, CT exhibit at Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT.

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