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This is a pocket watch. These watches were very popular before World War I. After the war, they were pretty much replaced with wrist watches. Pocket watches were large, ornate, watches that were carried in a watch pocket (a small pocket in the pants or vest). The watches were usually attached with a chain or a leather fob to prevent loss of the watch.

Gad014 ~ Watch Fab - Melvin Quinney

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Butter Churn

Gad015 ~ Butter Churn - Larry Abshagen

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Telephone & Address Books ??

Gad016 ~ Address Book 60-70s - Larry Abshagen

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Typewriter eraser
Vintage typewriter eraser from Eberhard Faber, model Van Dyke. This model has the red eraser with green brush whiskers, one of the more colorful versions of the typewriter eraser. I believe these erasers were manufactured sometime between 1950-1960s. The eraser was used to eliminate mistakes while using a typewriter and the brush to whisk away any eraser crumbs left on the page.

Didn't know they were made for typewriters. Had one in my pencil case for school, but never used the brush at the end.

Gad017 ~ Farber Erasers - Larry Abshagen

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GQ 30's are playable, until I run out, but it'll be some time before I can start making new game pieces again.

GQ 40's are now playable, but also short on new ones. I think what I'll do while getting the decades rebuilt, is start over from #001, until I've managed to make all new video game pieces. (at least there will be some to play)

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