pocket watch

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Noun1.pocket watch - a watch that is carried in a small watch pocketpocket watch - a watch that is carried in a small watch pocket
watch, ticker - a small portable timepiece
Translations
kapesní hodinky
zsebóra
relógio de bolso
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30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The STARLING limited edition, beautifully packaged collectable Steampunk vintage pocket watches and short story are now shipping.
A man's jacket, accompanied by a walking stick, hung inside one of the bedrooms, which also featured a dark wooden chest of drawers, home to a collection of pocket watches.
Pocket watches, wristwatches with Tiger's eye and Lapis Lazuli dials, watches with precious stones, watches made specially for rulers in and around the Middle East and much more are on show.
His sparkling display of pocket watches dazzles shoppers, but it has repercussions for Tom, whose new food hall is overshadowed.
Detective Constable Kelly Hill said: "We are making a number of inquiries to arrest the person responsible and find the pocket watches so they can be returned to the owner.
AN OAP has had his prized collection of rare coins and pocket watches stolen from his Solihull home.
AN OAP has had his prized collection of rare limited edition coins and pocket watches stolen from his Birmingham home.
Waltham pocket watches have been around for more than 150 years and are collectors items.
A collection of pocket watches in a display frame were stolen as well as a display bowie knife, a display Webley air pistol and medication including Citalopram, Co-dydramol, Tramadol and a large quantity of prostate, diabetes and bladder medication.
As we went through one door, there was a stall or shop opposite selling pocket watches.
London, March 17 (ANI): Sales of pocket watches have soared ever since the launch of 'Alice In Wonderland', which has made grandad's favourite timepiece trendy again.
The thieves used a wheelbarrow to take away the 19th Century clock, as well as a gold charm bracelet worth pounds 300 and a safe containing silver pocket watches and coins including sovereigns and half sovereigns.