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  1. eBay Follies

    If you begin to get serious as a vintage watch collector, sooner or later you’ll be tempted to bid on something for sale on eBay.
    This approach certainly makes sense. If you live in a rural area far from a large city, it may be your only option other than yard sales. In a larger center you have antique shops, vintage jewelry stores and even pawn shops, but out in the “boonies” eBay is your best bet.
    Even if you live New York City, eBay still looks good. For sheer variety of stuff out ...
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