9 Pocket Watch Clipart
Today we have a wonderful collection of Pocket Watch Clipart! The Watches seen below are such interesting Trusty Timepieces. All are nice Vintage Watch pictures to use in your Masculine Crafts, Steampunk, or Alice in Wonderland Projects! Some or all of the images would also be cute framed together in a library or study perhaps.
Pocket Watch Clipart
Pictured above is a Public Domain Pocket Watch Image! The illustration was scanned from an Antique Jewelry Catalog. It is a fancy looking Pocket Watch with a Crescent Moon and a Diamond Star on it. This one required quite an imagination I think. Very impressive!
Antique Pocket Watch Clip Art
Isn’t this a fascinating Public Domain Pocket Watch Image? Above is a black and white Illustration of a Old Time Piece. The numbers are really bold. It includes a Second Hand Clock. I especially like the edge design on the outer rim. This one is from a rare early 1900’s Printer’s book.
Here is a cute Pocket Watch Graphic from an early 1920’s Catalog with Second Hand Clock. This is an Ingersoll brand timepiece. There is a Black Face version of this one a little further down this section. Both are very nice, classic looking Watches.
This marvelous Antique Pocket Watch comes from an 1860’s Jewelers Book! I thought this graphic was a little more unusual than some of the other men’s timepieces that I’ve posted, in that it shows the front protective cover that is attached to it. It is also numbered 5–60 next to each hour of the day to follow the minute hand along with a Second Hand Clock. I love the Ornate Hands, and the winder reminds me of a woman’s hair bun! Fun!
Featured above is a cute Antique Pocket Watch, circa 1850. This one has a splendid frame that is a little more ornate than some of the others that I’ve posted in the past. It uses Roman numerals and also provides a Second Hand Clock. I thought it might work nicely for New Year Projects! Here we have the black face version of the earlier Ingersoll Pocket Watch Graphic called the “Yankee Radiolite.” This one is also from an early 1920’s Catalog. I especially love the Black Face on this one. It is so striking looking! It is a Steampunk dream image I think.
Time Zone Watches Illustration
This beautiful image was on the back of a watch book. It shows different time zones in the United States and uses these wonderful antique pocket watches to illustrate it. The intercolonial one was for Eastern Canada. What a superb idea for seeing those time zones all at once!
Fancy Pocket Watch ClipArt
Above is a nice little clip art piece! Showing the back of an antique pocket watch from an 1880’s magazine ad, it is beautifully decorated with floral and leaves next to a section of squares separated by an arc. It looks like rose gold to me, which is possibly my favorite vintage metal. I wonder if this one was for a woman? So nice!