For your consideration in this lot is a collection of two antique pocket watch chains and fobs. The first is an elk ivory tooth with the FOE (Fraternal Order of Elks) eleventh hour clock on it. The fob is an elk ivory tooth capped with an elk head and the eleventh hour clock and intricate scroll work. The slide on the chain is missing its back. The chain measures 12 1/2" and has a 1 3/4" cross bar. The fob hangs on a 1 1/2" drop chain. The hook has the initials D & C. The next is a 10-14K Gold (acid scratch test) chain and fob. The chain is made of large rectangle links with twisted rope accent links. The chain measures 11" with the cross bar on a 1/2" drop. The fob has a cracked orange cabochon on one side and a six point star with a Mother of Pearl stone in the center on the other side. The hook has the initials of C.L.T. This chain and fob have a total collective weight of 26.8g.