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David Sokosh
Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Clinton Hill Clocks
Interests: Historic Photo Processes, Vintage Clothing, Early 20th Century design, cats, clocks, pocket watches, wrist watches.
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Hi Everyone, If you haven't heard the news, the Brooklyn Flea is moving to One Hanson Place (The Williamsburgh Savings Bank at Flatbush and Atlantic) starting Saturday January 9th! I'll be there every Saturday and Sunday with antique clocks, watches and paintings of the bank by Brooklyn artist Robert Goldstrom. Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2010 at David Sokosh's blog
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If you didn't get to DUMBO yesterday, come over and visit today. The first day back inside was great, and there's lots to see (and buy). Besides my clocks and Lon's postcards and other works on paper, there's a lot of vintage Christmas going on. Continue reading
Posted Dec 6, 2009 at David Sokosh's blog
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We're taking this weekend off, but I'll be indoors (hurrah!) in DUMBO starting December 5th showing Antique Clocks and Watches. And, in breaking news, I'll be at GIFTED on December 9th and 16th showing Antique Watches! Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2009 at David Sokosh's blog
I'll be at both the Fort Greene Market on Saturday and under the Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday. For this last weekend of the outdoor markets, I'll be showing Antique Clocks and Watches. Plus I'll have paintings by Robert Goldstrom and some of my own tintype photographs. Don't miss my tintype story in the New York Times. Just google my name to find it! Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2009 at David Sokosh's blog
I'll be at the Fort Greene Market this Saturday. I'll be showing clocks and a great selection of antique books. Many of the books have never been out before, so stop by and take a look! Sadly, I won't be... Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2009 at Brooklyn Flea Community
Hi Fleasters! Look for Clinton Hill Clocks on Saturdays and Sundays. As the season progresses I'll have more and more antique clocks for you to enjoy. In addition, I'll be bringing high quality items on a different theme each weekend.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2009 at