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24 minutes ago, cedros said:

Not true

I have had 55+ years experience with all sorts of antiques and my knowledge is based on what is called FACT from research and a goodly amount of feeling and fondling. You seem to spend a lot of TIME WASTING arguing with people who clearly know more than you do.

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On 4/2/2021 at 2:02 PM, mudgirl said:

What's not true?

"The history of watches began in 16th-century Europe, where watches evolved from portable spring-driven clocks, which first appeared in the 15th century."



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4 hours ago, cedros said:

Watches wern't in common use for centuries later.

Why do you insist on being ignorant of the facts and posting such foolishness. Portrait of a 17th century gentleman with his WATCH and stone litho circa 1591 of a CLOCK  makers shop. Any fool can google FACTS about watches and clocks including hundreds of fotos. Repeating BS does not make it truth. This behaviour seems to be a habit of yours.

edit: Queen Elizabeth I was given a WRIST WATCH in 1571.


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1 hour ago, HoneyBee said:

My Golden Retrievers stomach is more accurate then A Patek Philip watch when it comes to breakfast, lunch and dinner time,  but then again she is priceless. 😊

Daylight saving time always confuses my dog's stomach.

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