Kansas City Railroad Pocket Watch

Kansas City Railroad Pocket Watch

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Kansas City Railroad Pocket Watch

On January 31, 1874, the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad train was robbed near Gad’s Hill, MO by the notorious Jesse James gang, snatching gold bars, jewelry and guns. Among the stolen treasures was conductor C. A. Alford’s own pocket watch. As Jesse James left the train, he tossed Alford his gold watch with the words “You’ll need this.” Now Presenting the limited edition Kansas City Railroad Pocket Watch, certified by the American Historic Society. This beautifully intricate timepiece commemorates the old west in all its glory. Handsomely adorned with round silver-tone bezel and intricately cut case and back to reveal its captivating skeleton movement. This complexity of springs, sprockets, cogs and gears is mesmerizing and sure to make a statement wherever it’s worn. The Kansas City Railroad Pocket Watch features a sturdy butterfly hinge and brilliant silver-tone stem wind and stem set for accurate battery-free performance. Skilled artisans and master craftsmen have complimented this nostalgic pocket watch with perfectly paired silver-tone pocket chain and fob. Each watch comes with a certificate of authenticity from the American Historic Society. Available only for a limited time, so reserve yours today as this incredible low price. Also available in beautiful gold-tone.

$19.99 plus S&H


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