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Last updated July 3, 2015

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#102999 Depthing Tool: Old brass watch size depthing tool, need some minor cleanup, no damage; $49.
#102998X Hand Remover: Excellent condition; $19.
#102997 Pallet Warmer: Good condition; $6.
#102996 Watch Escapement: As with all of Fried's books, excellent, thorough and well illusrated. Softcover, 197 pages; $25. Another picture here.
#102995 Horological Hints: Hard cover, 372 pages, good condition; $12. Another picture here.
#102994 Broaches: Set of very fine watch size cutting broaches; $15.
#102993 Poising Tool: From Watchcraft, with original box, perfect jaws, some wear of the plated finish which does not affect operation; $29.
#102992 Oiling Setup: Everything you need, set of three dip style oilers, old wooden cup with agate center, and about 1/3 bottle of oil; $25.
#102990 Loupe: Nice loupe 2 1/2X; $8.
#102989 Pivot Polisher: US made, has three polishing tips (think there should be four), four covers, loupe to mount on front to watch the work being done, 110V, US made in original solid box; $199. More pictures here, here and here.
#102988 Hand Gauge: From Quickfit, mint condition; $19.
#102987 Bulova Hand System: Sixteen page factory catalog; $8. Another picture here.
#102986X Pegwood: Lot of ten sticks, pre sharpened; $6.
#102985X Pith and Pegwood: Some pegwood sticks, pithwood blocks plus a stick of pithwood to cut your own blocks; $15.
#102983 Demagnetizer: From Watchmaster, very nice condition, 110V perfect working order, with instructions on the back; $69. Another picture here
#102978 Broaches: Two mixed set of fine/very fine watch broaches; $15.
#102977 Screwplate: Good condition, no plugged holes; $19.
#102972 Bench Block: Very nice condition from K&D; $19.
#102967 Jeweling Tool Lot: Everything you need to set jewels, even the shellac, some clean up required; $25.
#102965 Diamantine: NOS, sealed container from Bergeon; $19.
#102963 Starret Micrometer: Very best quality, 0-2" (imperial only), in very nice condition; $29.
#102962 Jasper Stone: Pen style with cap, note the damage, will have to be ground down to use, sold as found; $10.
#102961 Rust Brush: Coarse; $2.
#102960 Blueing Pan: Brass, nice condition; $5.
#102958 Pocketwatch Bench Key Set: Set of three double ended, will do all sizes, no damage; $59.
#102955 Pivot Drills: Old time set in original wooden box, with runner/chuck; $39.
#102954 Starrett Pin Vises: Lot of two, very nice condition; $12.
#102947 Mainspring Winder Set: Will do all sizes of wristwatches, in original holders; $99.
#102946 Mainspring Winder Set: US made, wristwatch size (up to 9mm); $25.
#102942 Broaching Tool: Used to hold the pipe on second hand while broaching, collet style end and thus also useful for holding drill bit etc; $10.
#102933 Screwplate and Taps: Offshore I think, very good condition; $20.
#102932 Birtch's Winder: Pushing on end opens 'claw', grasp stem or crown to wind, saves your fingers; $10.
#102930 Hand Remover: Good working order but some surface rust, speciallly priced at $8.
#102928 Roller Remover: Use in your staking set or with a bench block, does all sizes of either pocket or wristwatch, in wooden storage container (NO lid), good condition; $49.
#102925X K&D Winder: Pushing on end opens 'claw', grasp stem or crown to wind, saves your fingers; $10.
#102924 Mainspring Winder for Automatic Watches: Speciality winder for automatics, no missing pieces, original box and instructions; $39.
#102921X Trueing Calipers: Hand held, scissor action for closing; $15.
#102917 Trueing Calipers: Set of two, with bending wrench; $35.
#102916 Trueing Calipers: High quality from Levin, with bending wrench, excellent condition; $39.
#102914 Trueing Calipers: Lyre style with jeweled pivots, excellent condition; $59.
#102912X Hand Remover: With plunger, prevents marring dial; $19.
#102911 Balance Screw Cutters: Set of four, nice condition; $15.
#102905X Tweezers: General purpose assembly tweezers, likely new, offshore; $4 each or three for $10.
#102904 Cannon Pinion Remover: Presto cannon pinion remover; $25.
#102903 Roller Remover: Old time Wilkinson roller remover; $19.
#102899X Combination Tool:
Used to set jewels, annealing, broaching hands; $6. Note picture is sample, handle color may be different. Copy of instructions here .
#102898X Shellac: Assortment of both flake and stick shellac; $5.
#102895 Diamantine: NOS sealed container; $19.
#102888 Myers Movement Holder Set: Be it pocketwatch or wristwatch, any size, any shape, this very universal set (adjustable) will hold anything; $59.
#102883 Wheel Gauge: Reversable, good condition; $25.
#102882 Wire Gauge: Stubbs wire gauge; $15.
#102878 Sleeve Wrench: Ten prong sleeve wrench, no broken tips; $25.
#102869 Screwdriver Set: From Bergeon, with extra blades, nice condition with wooden storage box; $129.
#102866 Jewel Pusher: Good tips, a bit of tarnish; $19.
#102865 Rivet Blocks: Assorted lot of four pieces; $15.
#102858 Watch Paper: Keep those oily fingerprints off the movement you are working on, nearly 1000 sheets; $15.
#102857 Bench Mic: On heavy cast stand, 0-10mm; $29.
#102852 Barrel Closer: Used to close and/or restore mainspring barrels, very nice; $49.
#102851 Demagnetizer: K&D pass through style, with pushbutton, good working order, 110V, instructions on the bottom; $39. Another picture here.
#102850 Uprighting Tool: Old brass uprighting tool, good condition, will polish up nice; $89. Another picture here.
#102842 Steel Burnisher: Trianglular with wooden handle, nice condition; $10.
#102838 Jewel Setting Cutters: In original wooden storage container, one missing; $10.
#102830 Hand/Collet Lift: Good condition; $12.
#102827 Cannon Pinion Remover: Plunger style, do it the right, and the safe, way; $49.
#102821 Hand Broaches: Used to hold hands while broaching, one for wrist, one for pocketwatches; $39.
#102820 Bow Mill: Complete with fitted storage box, no missing cutters; $99.
#102814 Balance Screw Undercutters: Set of six, nice condition; $25.
#102808 Movement Gauge: American sizes on one side, mm and ligne on other; $6.
#102806 Blower: Rubber, works fine; $5.
#102805 Rust Brush Refills: New, lot of five pieces; $5.
#102803 Pivot Drills: Loose lot of pivot drills; $6.
#102756X Roller Remover: Hand held roller remover, recommended method for wristwatches, especially smaller ones; $12.
#102739 Screw Tip Finisher: With three tips, nice condition; $25.
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#2138 Watchmaster Manaul: Factory operating instructions for Watchmaster G47, 20 pages, includes schematic and parts list; $10. Another picture here.
#2137 Vibrograf Manaul: Factory operating instructions for Vibrograf B100/100A, 11 pages; $10. Another picture here.
#2136 Ultrasonic Cleaner: With timer and heater, inner tank dimensions are 4" deep, 6 x 5 1/2", good working order; $99. More pictures here and here.
#2134X Tiny Parts Baskets: About 3/4" in diameter, 1/2" high; $4.
#2133X L&R 2 1/4 Cleaner Parts: Mesh parts holder insert; $6.
#2132X L&R 2 1/4 Cleaner Parts: Mesh top lid; $4.
#2131 L&R 2 1/4 Cleaner Parts: Basket holder, insert and top lid; $25.
#2120X Watchmaster Basket: Stainless container as used in Bulova Watchmaster, with lid, no basket, good spline; $25 or two for $40.
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#3921 Gauge: Tachometer, three pointed end that fits into center drilled hole in the end of a shaft, its wheel makes surface contact and speed is calculated based on diameter; $19.
#3917 Colleting Holding Tailstock 8mm Lathe: Please read this listing carefully, if you are interested in it and are uncomfortable, please telephone me. Standard 8mm lathe from American Watch Tool, appears tight and ready to go to work. Some comments...judging by the finish on the tailstock, since it differs slightly, I believe it came from another lathe. Also note the locking has a shopmade brass lever. The tailstock fits up to the bed fine; there is just the slightest of sideways movements. This is not uncommon, and is always remedied by finding the center of the work before drilling with the tailstock by moving the tailstock slightly before locking it down. Also, the tool rest is not tip over, but adjusts up and down and sideways fine. If you are reading this you already know that collet holding tailstock lathes are expensive. This lathe will do all the jobs fine, and is specially priced at $329. No collets included, but buyer has the right at time of purchase to buy any quantity of collets from our stock at 50% discount. More pictures here, here, here and here.
#3913 Jeweling Chucks: Set of eight, require #50 collet; $15.
#3912 Steel Pivot Burnisher: Double ended with caps from Grobet, excellent condition; $39.
#3911 Steel Pivot Burnisher: Double ended with caps, nice condition; $29.
#3910 Lathe Books: Two books for various operations on Sherline or Unimat, also applies to watchmaker's lathes, mainly cross slide work, first is 180 pages, other is 209 pages; $29 for both.
#3901 Belting: Leather, 17"; $4.
#3900 Belting: Rubber, 34"; $8.
#3897 Accessory Collet : Standard 8mm accessory collet with small grinding wheel; $10.
#3896 Jacots Lathe: Old time jacot's lathe from France, in cool old well weathered wooden box with drawer (no key, hinges but no screws), no missing pieces. There is some minor tarnish/surface rust, should clean up fine. Drawer, which originally would have a set of burnishers, is empty. Sold as found; $149. More pictures here, here, here, here and here.
#3895 Accessory Collet: Fitted with screw and two washers to hold saw blade, grinding wheels etc, standard 8mm; $12.
#3893 Gravers: Pair of gravers with aluminum handles; $19.
#3892 Graver: Large graver with wooden handle; $8.
#3885 Balloon Chuck: For working on the balance complete without disassembling, wristwatch size, requires #50 collet; $10.
#3884 Balloon Chuck: For working on the balance complete without disassembling, pocketwatch size, standard 8mm; $25.
#3882 Drill Chuck: Complete with standard 8mm collet, 1/64 - 1/4, quality German made by Rohm, with key; $49.
#3880 Adjustable Faceplate: Standard 8mm, very good condition; $99. Another picture here.
#3878 8mm Lathe: Watchmaker's lathe, takes standard 8mm (Boley, Peerless etc) collets (none included). Some wear of the finish, tailstock (see last picture) does fit up fine but is a bit stiff when sliding, also tailstock drawbar is 'stuck'....although we are selling this lathe as is, it appears to be perfectly functional; $119. More pictures here, here, here and here.
#3877 Waller Carbide Graver Set: Includes storage box, lap, nearly full tube of compound, graver handle and one tip, with original box; $99.
#3876 Waller Carbide Graver Set: Includes storage box, lap, nearly full tube of compound, graver handle and two tips, no box; $89.
#3875 Screwhead Polisher: Old time tool that does a wonderful job (need instructions, ask me and I'll send you a link on how to use it), complete with the series of three laps, main collet and set of small collets. Missing are the three large and three small fixtures for screw tip finishing. Nice solid box, a quality tool for $269. More pictures here and here.
#3873 Barkus Carbide Graver Kit: In original box from Barkus, grinding wheel, #4 lap, one carbide tip and handle; $59.
#3869 Crown Chucks: Used on your lathe to adjust pocketwatch crowns, full set; $29.
#3866B Graver/Screwdriver Sharpening Jig: Holds the tip at the correct angle on the stone; $25.
#3865 Cutting Tools: Lot of four pieces, all new/sealed; 1/2" square HSS; $12.
#3857 Collets: Starter collet lot, standard 8mm, #4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 16, 22, 30, 40 and 50, board not included; $59.
#3853 Jeweling Collets: Complete set in original wooden storage container, no damage but light surface rust; $19 (require #50 collet).
#3845 Steady Rest: Shop made, accurate, adjustable, mounts through center of lathe bed (8mm); $89.
#3838 Jacots Tool: German made jacots tool, basic set including pivot gauge, tool is in good shape, box is considerably tattered; $89. Another picture here.
#3810 8mm Collets: All Peerless, board not included...3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 16, 18 and 20; $69.
#3803 Cement/Wax Chucks: Set of brass chucks, with 8mm holder; $25.
#3801 Jeweling Collets: Set of eight pieces in original wooden container, requires #50 collet, not included (available for $10); $25.
#3784 8mm Collets: All 8mm Webster Whitcomb, sizes 6, 8, 9, 10, 12; $29.
#3737X Dead Center Collet: Standard 8mm; $10.
#3644X Lathe Belting: 2mm, sold at $1.50/ft.
#990 8mm Lathe Collets: This item changes frequently with new collets being added, so be sure to check back if you don't find the sizes you are looking for. Various makers, no damage, some might have bit of minor surface rust.
The following sizes available at ten dollars each:
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 20, 24, 27, 28, 30, 32, 36, 40, 46, 48, 49, 50.
The following sizes available at fifteen dollars each:
52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 63, 66, 68, 69, 70, 72, 73 74, 79, 80.
Clicking here will give you a reference chart that shows collet number, diameter of opening in both mm and fractional decimals.
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#4302 Knife Style Opener:
In good condition; $6.
#4301 Jaxa Case Opener: The real thing, made by Jaxa and branded Marshall, excellent condition, no missing pieces; $59.
#4300 Jaxa Style Case Opener: Offshore copy of Jaxa, in wooden box; $10.
#4297 Rolex Opener:
Genuine factory Rolex Oyster opener, good condition; $59.
#4296X Crystal Lift:
Used for compression type installation and removal of round plastic crystals in wristwatches, with bench plate, picture is sample; $19.
#4295X Pocketwatch Case Opener: Suction type open for case back of pocketwatches; $10.
#4294X Bench Plate:
Used to hold crystal so you can pick it up with lift (for compression style inserters) rather than chase the crystal all over your bench, picture is sample; $5.
#4293X Crystal Lift:
From Electro Vise, this is the large size for pocketwatches, comes with a pair of reversable holding dies; $25.
#4292 Crystal Inserting Tool:
Bench mount from GS, with full set of dies, nice condition; $29.
#4291 Crystal Inserting Tool:
No missing pieces, in good working order, this hand press system comes with instructions, original wooden storage box plus about 75 crystals; $79. More pictures here and here.
#4290 Vigor Waterproof Case Opener:
From Vigor, extremely versatile (and very heavy), with complete set of holders and tips, overall good condition. This will open just about any case (safely); $249. Another picture here.
#4288 Waterproof Case Opener:
Swiss made by Esser, with (tattered) instructions and nice wooden case. This is a very versatile case opener, all 'lugs' are present. At the top right you will see one 'screwdriver' used to tighten pins of lugs, there should two (located bottom right) but one should suffice. Otherwise everything appears to be in good order; $59. Another picture here and here.
#4282X Pocketwatch Case Opener: Suction type, in good condition; $15.
#4274 Case Opener: Adjustable; $6.
#4272X Crystal Gauge: From GS, does both round and fancy; $4.
#4251 Band Tool: This tool can be used to measure bands, remove spring bars, and has a case opener also; $10.
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#5171 Seitz Jeweling Set: No missing pieces, no damage, nice condition; $179. More pictures here and here.
#5168 GF Staking Set: US made GF staking set, 100 stakes and 20 punches plus lift. Overall in good condition, no damge, no missing pieces; a great beginner's set (K&D stakes fit perfectly). Note a small split/crack in box on back near the hinge (shown in last picture), an easy repair; $119. More pictures here, here, here, here and here.
#5167 Seitz Jeweling Set: No missing pieces, no damage, overall pretty nice condition; $249. More pictures here and here.
#5166X Wristwatch Balance Staff Remover: From K&D, wristwatch size, use in your staking set; $29.
#5164 K&D Staking Set: In very nice condition, no damage, all stakes are nice and clean suggesting very little use, even the box is in nice condition. One mystery though, the anvil (near the top) has some marks, unsure from what (see close up picture) is perfectly functional, just not mint like everything else. Includes lift and centering punch; $169. More pictures here, here, here, here and here.
#5157 K&D Staking Set: Model 18 Inverto in nice case, nice cross section of stakes/stumps, even includes a couple of roller removers and stakes; $189. More pictures here and here.
#5156 Staking Set: US made (FR) staking set, no missing pieces or damage, needing very minor cleanup, you do the work and save, only $99. More pictures here and here.
#5152 Marshall Staking Set: Needs a bit of cleaning up, no damage, includes the set of knockout punches, with lift and centering stake, solid box; $169. (Empty spots on top right are for jeweling reamers, this is not a combination jeweling set). More pictures here, here, here and here.
#5343X Staff Remover Punch: From K&D, pocketwatch size punch ONLY (holder for punch is required to function properly); $10.
#5338 Beginner Staking Set: Don't know the maker of this set, but it is in mint condition. Will take K&D punches. No missing pieces, nice case with drawer; $139. More pictures here, here and here.
#5334B Staking Set: Great beginners set, maker unknown but all stakes/stumps fit fine, solid box, some minor cleanup needed, yours for $49. More pictures here, here and here.
#900KD Stakes: A chart for stakes is located here and here ; if your browser resizes it too small to read then (with IE) right click and "save picture as" to your desktop.
The following used K&D stakes are available at $6 each, please note that some might have some minor rust/dirt and will require cleaning up, but they have no damage:
7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85. 86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 108, 111, 116, 117, 118, 119.
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#6702 Clock Movement: Seth Thomas 12 3/4, missing verge/suspension and mainsprings; $25. Another picture here.
#6701 Hands: A whole bunch; $10.
#6700 Number Sets: A whole bunch; FREE!
#6696 Clock Oils: All Moebius, all 1/2 full, one of 'heavy' clock oil, one of French, and one of mainspring grease; $12.
#6695 Cuckoo Hands: All used, everything you see for $8.
#6694 Cuckoo Hands: All new, everything you see for $8.
#6693 Cuckoo Stuff: A bunch of it, what you see for $10.
#6691 Atmos Manual: Service manual for the famous Atmos clock, 16 pages. $10. Another picture here.
#6690 Bergeon Bushings: About 425 pieces left, solid box, nice chart; $99.
#6689 Taper Pins: Assorted taper pins, all new; $4.
#6688 Puller: Gear/hand puller, good condition; $8.
#6687 Oil Applicator: New, two bottles and one applicator; $2.
#6686 Cuckoo Clock Bellows: All new, three each of four sizes, bellow tops; $25.
#6684 Flys: New, assorted; $4.
#6683 Gear Blanks: New, assorted; $6.
#6679 Horolovar Book: Hardcover with dustcover, in addiiton to repair tips has full size drawings for id by the plate and full size suspension drawings, good condition; $19. More pictures here and here.
#6677 Clock Bushing System: In the opinion of most of us, myself included, this is the best you can buy...KWM sizing from Elma, on orginal mounting board, with two drawers of bushings (WOW, did you see how many are there?), and the set of tooling (not sure if it came with spaces or if something is missing, if the latter KWM stuff is readily available). The geared drive is the ideal, most effective, and easiest way to do bushing; $999. More pictures here, here, here, here and here.
#6676 Crank Keys: Lot of four, #s 1, 2, 3 and 6, Swiss made; $15.
#6669 Practical Clock Repair: By deCarle, well written and illustrated, hardcover with dustcover, 239 pages; $19. Another picture here.
#6668 Clock Mainspring Winder: US made by Weeb, now you know as much as me....$49. Another picture here and here.
#6662 400 Day Repair & Restore: Hardcover with dustcover, 92 pages, mint; $15. Another picture here.
#6635 Clock Keys: Six pieces, very large, old originals, likely grandfathers; $29.
#6634 Clock Keys: Six pieces; $19.
#6633 Clock Keys: Six pieces double ended; $25.
#6628 Gingerbread Pendulum: The real thing, not repo, filthy; $15.
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