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Howard, Davis and Dennison, 1850 Historical research on the Marsh Brothers prototype watches and Howard, Davis & Dennison 8 day watches.

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Unread 09-29-2007, 12:10 PM
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But then you wouldn't get to enjoy looking at it. Paul
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I cannot think of anything I'd rather HAVE IN AN AMERICAN watch than one of the two Marsh WATCHES, PREFERABLY THIS ONE!
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Well, I totally agree with you. When you think of what they went through making these at that time and the extra embelishment they placed on them, it was an amazing feat. Paul
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.......other than what I already have
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