This blog is always first! Following up the first reported sighting of a truthmaker for the proposition 'this watch is on the table' nearly 100 years ago in June 1915*, the South West London metaphysics research laboratory can proudly announce it has located a picture of it.
Problems remain, however. Is 'this watch' a pocket watch? Or a Patek Phillipe or one of those pink Barbie watches beloved of little girls? What kind of table is it? The picture suggests it may be a George II card table. But it may be George III, or one of those nasty cheap imitations with a veneer so thin you could peel it off with no more than a plastic safety razor.
Where on the table is the watch? This early sighting suggests bottom right, but clearly anywhere on the table will do. You could turn the watch at any angle, or even turn it face down. All these possible states of affairs will make the proposition true. Are they different truthmakers, then? Or are they in reality the same truthmaker? But then what does it look like? The watch would have to lie at every possible position and every angle on the table, like a multiple exposure picture - imagine those time-lapse pictures of busy city streets, with the red lights streaming like a ribbon on one side, and the white front lights on the other.
I suspect more research is needed. Back to the laboratory.
*"Diese Uhr liegt auf dem Tisch" - Wittgenstein, Notebooks 1914-16 p.69