- Brand: South Bend
- Size: Assorted
- Color: White, Gold Tone
- Style: Pocket Watch Dial
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: All of these dials have any, or all of the following defects: Scratches, chips, cracks, hairlines, and/or repaired chips. See pictures for magnified detail and to verify the condition as listed.
- Type: Pocket Watch Dial
- Primary Material: Enamel, Metal
- Age: circa 1800-1900s
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Manufacturer: South Bend
For your consideration, we have a lot of 10 South Bend pocket watch dials. These dials are assorted sizes, but most are railroad dials. All are enamel, except three are the brushed gold tone. The gold ones are the only that are single-pressed. All the others are either double- or single-sunk. All the dials have all three feet intact.
All of these dials have any, or all of the following defects:
Repaired chips 15362jas
This lot is excellent for use in: pocket watch repair, crafts, steampunk, or altered art.
Please see the pictures for magnified detail, and to verify the condition as listed above.
And please, if any photo leaves you with a question regarding the item’s condition or quality, it is ultimately YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to ask BEFORE you buy. Besides, we love to answer any and all questions to help you with your purchasing decision–no matter what you decide!0) Thanks for looking.
FREE Shipping in the US.
International bidders, please use the shipping calculator.
On Apr-02-15 at 11:42:33 PDT, seller added the following information:
On Apr-02-15 at 11:43:06 PDT, seller added the following information:
|Every buyer gets a MyStoreRewards invitation for cash back|
By purchasing items with Tamarack Shack Antiques, 10% of all sales are donated to BEAM, the Belize Education & Action Ministry, a non-profit Christian organization. BEAM provides scholarships to King’s College as well as supports the monetary and spiritual needs of churches within northern Belize. King’s College in Belize is a Christian high school boarding school that prepares its students for success in life by teaching academic courses as well as various trades and job skills. Thank you for supporting these students as they further their education.
Other examples of the use of funds are building supplies for King’s College and affiliated churches. BEAM doesn’t spend funds on travel for USA volunteers to and from Belize, assuring that BEAM funds go directly to the Belizean people. If you have interest in becoming a volunteer, making more monetary contributions, or simply to network, contact Gene at 715.339.2819.