An Interview With Antique Pocket Watch Collector Barry S. Goldberg

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An Interview With Antique Pocket Watch Collector Barry S. Goldberg

Post by koimaster on Tue Jan 24, 2012 1:06 pm

July 31st, 2008 By Maribeth Keane

In this interview Barry S. Goldberg gives advice on collecting antique American made pocket watches. Barry is based in Melrose, Massachusetts, and his site, is a member of our Hall of Fame.

I got started collecting pocket watches partly because I hated wearing wristwatches; I used to carry my wristwatch in my pocket, so I thought; why not just try getting a pocket watch. I happened to find one at an antique flea market. I was impressed by it, over a hundred years old and still running. A couple months later I saw another very nice antique pocket watch with a pretty dial on it, and I thought, I’m not collecting or anything, but I’ll have two. Pretty soon they just started growing on me. I fell into it. I was amazed at the workmanship. I love holding a little piece of history in my hands.



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With the lilt of Irish laughter

Every day and in every way

Now forever and ever after."

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