Yes, I purchased the contents of a vintage watch repair shop over the summer!
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I helped out a family with cleaning out an estate for a family member. The father had a shop and used to repair watches and clocks. When I found this out, I said that I would like to buy any tools they were willing to sell me, as I'd like to learn watch repair for myself and also for a charity shop I volunteer at.
Watches top row, left to right: Westclox, with repair instruction tag; Etanche; Swank with incorrect band; Ultra-coll Lord Elgin with faux band that is really a 1960's strechy band; Middle row: Olivia with no band, Timex with ladies band; Hampden pocketwatch; Binson black leather band, NOS; unknown pocketwatch face with full gears; very cool Bulova, Westfield with missing second hand, and Longines, with a matching crystal and engraved faceplate ready to be installed (not shown).
After spending a week with the family, I was astounded at the generous offer I was given: two boxes with the contents of the shop, for the price of LESS than a single watch repair. So, I'm jazzed beyond belief. I hope to start studying watch repair next year.