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Last updated Apr 20, 2015

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#102768 Balance Screw Starter: Or any small screws, one handed slide operation; $10.
#102767 Movement Gauge: American pocketwatch size on one side, other is Swiss ligne and mm; $5.
#102766X Pith and Pegwood: Some pegwood sticks, pithwood blocks plus a stock of pithwood to cut your own blocks; $19.
#102765 NOS Broaches: Lot of twelves pieces #65 five sided broach, has rust from storage; FREE!
#102760 Bergeon Hand Remover: #30636, has spring loaded center to prevent dial damage; $25.
#102759 Bench Keys: Non matching set of pocketwatch bench keys, double ended, will do all sizes; $59.
#102756X Roller Remover: Hand held roller remover, recommended method for wristwatches, especially smaller ones; $12.
#102755 K&D Balance Screw Cutters: Set of six in original box, excellent condition; $29.
#102750 K&D Screwdrivers: Set of four; $25.
#102749 Countersink Set: Set of five double ended countersink tools; $25.
#102747 Hand Gauge: From Quickfit, mint condition; $19.
#102744 Hammer: Eight inches long, head is loose; $4.
#102739 Screw Tip Finisher: With three tips, nice condition; $25.
#102737 Pith and Pegwood: A bundle of each, all new; $19.
#102736 Mainspring Winder Set: From K&D, need some minor cleanup, no missing pieces, for pocketwatches, no damage; $89.
#102735 Dumont Tweezers: #5, 3 and 3C, excellent tips but needing some cleaning up, all three for $12.
#102734 Sleeve Wrench: Ten prong sleeve wrench, no broken tips, w/original box; $29.
#102733 Sleeve Wrench Set: Set of three, no damage; $29.
#102732 Cannon Pinion Remover: Do it the right, and safe, way...plunger style; $49.
#102731 Depthing Tool: Old brass watch size depthing tool, need some minor cleanup, no damage; $49.
#102728 Roller Jewel Gauge: Nice condition; $25.
#102724 Mainspring Winder Set: From Watchcraft, wristwatch size, with bottom half of storage container only, nice condition; $99.
#102721 Stones: Two pieces fine India from Norton; $8.
#102718 Mainspring Gauge: Brass, old timer; $8.
#102717X Balance Screw Undercutter: From Marsh, with original box; $15.
#102715X Hand Remover: Excellent condition; $19.
#102711X Hand Broach: Pocketwatch size, used to hold hands when broaching, spring loaded; $15.
#10710 Bench Block: Not the prettiest, but no damage; $19.
#102708X Pallet Warmer: Good condition; $6.
#102706 Alcohol Jar: A bit dirty, with cap and good section of wick; $8.
#102704 Micrometer: Perfectly functional, just not pretty, 0-25mm; $5.
#102701 NOS Capillary Oiler: Brand new in the box, with instructions; $10.
#102700X Pegwood: Lot of ten sticks, pre sharpened; $4.
#102695 Combination Tool: Specially priced because of the rust, sold as found; $2.
#102685 Poising Tool: Nice condition, with perfect steel jaws; $25.
#102684 Large Hand Vise: Jaws are 1 1/4" wide, overalll very good condition; $19.
#102681 Marsh Undercutters: Balance screw undercutters, in original box with instructions; $19.
#102678 Douzime: Douzime gauge, 0-72 ligne, excellent condition; $15.
#102675 Hand Remover: From K&D, good action but some rust; $8.
#102673 Trueing Calipers: From Watchcraft, with bending wrench; $29.
#102663 Oiling Setup: Three dip style oilers, old wooden oil cup with agate center, and nearly full continaer of Moebius oil; $29.
#102657 Screw Tip Finisher: With three lanterns, good condition; $25.
#102647 Mainspring Gauge: Old brass model, good condition; $10.
#102646 Poising Tool In excellent condition with nice storage box, Swiss made; $39.
#102645 Hammer: Steel hammer, mint condition, seven inches long; $8.
#102644 Plier Lot: Three pair; $4.
#102639 Bench Mic: Quality from Tavannes (Swiss), heavy cast with 0-15mm range; $69.
#102638 Rex Roller Remover: Use in your staking set or with a bench block, does both wrist and pocketwatch, includes original box (missing one flap) and printed instructions, no damage; $49.
#10633X Combination Tool:
Used to set jewels, annealing, broaching hands; $6. Note picture is sample, handle color may be different. Copy of instructions here .
#102627 Balance Screw Starter: Or any tiny screw for that matter, one handed operation; $8.
#6629B Watch and Clockmakers of the World: 262 pages, hardcover with dustcover; $10. Another picture here.
#102623 Hammer: Jeweler's hammer, all steel, seven inches long; $6.
#102621X Shellac: Assortment of both flake and stick shellac; $5.
#102614 Poising Tool: Perfect jaws, working bubble level, adjustable legs, original fitted storage box; $69.
#102611 Loupe: Offshore I think, 2 1/2 X; $4.
#102610 Loupe: US made 5X; $8.
#102607 Jewel Pusher: Good tips, a bit of tarnish; $29.
#102606 Blower: Rubber, good working condition; $8.
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#2135X Tiny Parts Baskets: About 1" in diameter, 3/4" high, two pieces screw together; $8.
#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.
#2131X 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 three for $50.
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#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.
#3839 Lathe Package: You supply the work, here's everything you need. Standard WW 8mm lathe (takes Boley/Peerless etc collets) from Wolf Jahn, tip over tool rest, standard tailstock. Mounted on a convenient Borel stand, with reversable motor and variable speed foot pedal. We have included eleven collets to get you started (4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 22, 30, 40 & 50, board not included), three gravers and even a pedstal mount in case you don't want to use the Borel stand. A good length of belting is included so you can fuse it for the stand, or there is enough left to make a longer one for an outboard motor/pedal. Don't be thrown off by appearance, although there is loss of chrome, there is no damage; this lathe is tight, true and ready to go to work; only $299. More pictures here, here, here, here and here.
#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.
#3833 Drill Handle & Insert: Used for drilling by hand through the tailstock, handle is 4.7mm diameter, includes sixteen assorted friction fit tips (to hold drills); $25.
#3829 Graver Lot: Lot of four gravers, a bit of surface rust; $19.
#3823 Lap and Compound: Waller (I think, not marked but was in a incomplete sharpening kit I bought) lap for sharpening carbide gravers, plus a small bit of compound; $49.
#3822 Nice Cross Slide: From Marshall (will fit all standard ww pattern lathes such as Boley, Peerless etc), three way (not two way) cross slide with tool holder (use your tool rest mounting, or if needed we can supply another mounting), in very nice condition. All scales are very proud, all direction are positive, tight with nearly no slop; $499. More pictures here, here, here, here, here.
#3820 Lathe Motor: Pedestal style from K&D, with reverse. We have included the pedal (which, btw, works fine) n/c so you can get the connector; the motor wiring is OK, pedal wiring up to the connector is dangerous! Good running order; $79.
#3814 8mm Lathe: This is a working man's lathe, not pretty but she'll do the job. Appears to be in good working order, it is tight/true, but a good cleaning and oiling is highly recommended. Takes standard 8mm (Boley, Peerless etc) collets. Note that the pulley has some chips etc, but the belt will still ride OK; $169. More pictures here, here, here, here, 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.
#3759 Derbyshire Lathe w/Collets: Ain't pretty, but tight and true.....Derbyshire 8mm ww pattern lathe with tip over tool rest, indexing headstock and standard tailstock (just missing the knob). BUT, this is a hardened bearings headstock (much more rugged) and takes the "LARGE" Derbyshire collets (much more rugged), included are sizes 7, 10, 11, 15, 17, 22, 36, plus 2 dead centers and 2 wax chucks w/holders. NOTE these threads are ~7.9mm od vs the ww standard of ~6.8....all signed Derbyshire large. Plus a second drawbar is included so you can use regular ww 8mm collets such as Boley, Peerless etc. Ready to go to work; $349 (deduct $39 if you don't want second drawbar). More pictures here, here, here, here and here.
#3737 Dead Center Collet: Standard 8mm; $10.
#3722 Steiner Jacot's Lathe: The nicest you can buy, high quality and in excellent condition (even the box, usually tattered, is very nice), signed Steiner with excellent detail on the markings. Note that in the top left corner normally there would be a couple of extra/spare lantern plates...these are missing. Otherwise, ready to go work; $499. More pictures here, here, here and here.
#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:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 34, 36, 38, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50.
The following sizes available at fifteen dollars each:
52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 60, 61, 63, 64, 66, 68, 69, 70, 72, 73, 74, 76, 78.
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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#4287 Waterproof Crystal Press:
GS crystal press set for installing waterproof crystals, no missing pieces, with instructions on top lid, a bit dirty, otherwise in excellent condition; $59. Another picture here and here.
#4286 Case Opener: Heavy duty rugged opener, adjustable for any size, long handle to get some torque on it, overall very nice condition; $19.
#4283 Crystal Press:
High quality press from BB, heavy cast press with two (that's two, not one as usually sold as a set) selections of dies, no missing pieces, no damage; $129. More pictures here and here.
#4282 Pocketwatch Case Opener: Suction type, in good condition; $15.
#4281 Case Holder: Adjustable, holds case while opening back without marring, also useful as a pocketwatch movement holder, color might vary; $6.
#4275 Jaxa Case Opener: The best, period! Adjustable, with full set of twelve tips, includes original box, will open anything; $59.
#4274 Case Opener: Adjustable; $6.
#4272X Crystal Gauge: From GS, does both round and fancy; $4.
#4253X Crystal Lift:
Used for compression type installation and removal of round plastic crystals in wristwatches, with bench plate, picture is sample; $19.
#4252X Pocketwatch Case Opener: Suction type open for case back of pocketwatches; $10.
#4251 Band Tool: This tool can be used to measure bands, remove spring bars, and has a case opener also; $10.
#4200X 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.
#4047X Crystal Lift:
From Electro Vise, this is the large size for pocketwatches, comes with a pair of reversable holding dies; $25.
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#5151 Friction Set: From K&D, #324 six piece friction stump set, 1/2 of box only; $25.
#5148 Seitz Jeweling Set: Couple of missing pieces, no damage but some surface rust, sold as found; $189. More pictures here and here.
#5146/5346X Wristwatch Balance Staff Remover: From K&D, wristwatch size, use in your staking set; $25.
#5344 Beautiful Staking Set: They don't get much better than this, nearly mint, this K&D model 18 Inverto has a raised platform (when case is opened) to make access easier, with a full compliment of stakes and stumps, all in good condition. Likewise the anvil is very nice, the box is very nice....note that 3 of ten sub punches (top left and right) are missing, they do break quite easily. The best things in life are not always free....this one is $229, and worth every penny. Look at the extra pictures here, here, 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, will suprisingly do most jobs; $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.
#5327 Jeweling/Staking Set: From Marhsall, combination staking and jeweling set, very large selection (144 stakes/30 stumps), this set has 12 reamers for jeweling plus handle for reamers, and 12 screw knockout punches, and of course the correct anvil for both staking and jeweling. Overall in pretty nice condition, the odd item has some minor tarnish, there is no damage other than a small crack on the top right hand side of the box; $359. More pictures here, here, here, here and here.
#5325 Marshall Staking Set: This is the old style Marshall, slightly different box, and top section (as shown in second last picture) of anvil has a cool rotating top. Large selection, 132 stakes and 26 stumps, (empty holes are for screw knockout punches which are missing) very slight tarnish easily cleaned up; $159. More pictures here, 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:
8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, I23, E24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, S69, 69, K70, 70, 71, 72, 73, L75, 80, 81, S82, 82, 83, 84, 86, 88, S88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 108, 111, 116, 117, 118, 119, 199A.
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#6659 Taper Pins: Assorted, all new; $4.
#6658 Mainspring Winder: With six arbors, good ratchet, for loop end only, this is a high quality English made tool, well respected; $129.
#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.
#6629B Watch and Clockmakers of the World: 262 pages, hardcover with dustcover; $10. Another picture here.
#6628 Gingerbread Pendulum: The real thing, not repo, filthy; $15.
#6627 Hands: A bunch of them; $4.
#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.
#6619 How to Build 35 Clocks: Complete plans to build 35 clocks (woodwork only), softcover, 192 pages, mint; $12. Another picture here.
#6616 Wire Tool: Wire unwrapping tool; $4.
#6563 Horolovar Guide: Seventh edition, 183 pages, in addition to repair tips has full scale drawings of plates and of suspension, invaluable for 400 day; $19. More pictures here and here.
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