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    Tiny crotal

    Finally stopped raining long enough so I could get out for awhile. Found a few keepers. The watch is patented 1902. The tiny crotal is my favorite!
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    Crotal bells are nice to get un cracked and still working , congrats on it and the watch .

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    Crotals are rare....yours is in great shape. Huge congrats!

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    Very nice little bell! Love it!

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    Very cool little crotal bell!
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    Nice! I am still trying to find a whole bell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lodge Scent View Post
    Nice! I am still trying to find a whole bell.
    I'm telling you...they are very rare!

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    Nice little bell. Always great when they're all in 1pc!
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    Congrats on the tiny, complete crotal bell! That is a wonderful find for sure. I like the watch too. Nice that it has a patent date on it.

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