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  1. just bought this from a good friend,it comes as a full set and is just back from a rolex service.its a 2007 model 16610.im really chuffed with it.
    32 points
  2. Delighted to have secured this Rotherham & Sons, Spon Lane, Coventry, stem wind, pin set, open faced pocket watch. Sterling silver hallmarked Birmingham 1892. The albert & fob was also picked up recently at an provincial auction house, like the PW for very little money. The fob carries the Coventry coat of arms, first granted in 1345 by King Edward III. The strength of an elephant, strong enough to carry a castle. So far running beautifly! Thanks for looking.
    27 points
  3. Morning... De VillE Prestige. Cal: Co-Axial 2500, 29 jewel.
    23 points
  4. Morning... OMEGA Railmaster. Cal: Co-Axial 8806, 35 jewel, Master Chronometer.
    22 points
  5. Ladies and gentleman the watch has landed. Finally after many many many many months I made a decision. Let me present the Breitling Seawolf Recommendations on a alternate strap welcome so I can change, black rubber is my first thought but feels boring
    22 points
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  7. Still the Omega SMP for now.
    21 points
  8. Morning chap's Speedy for today. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    20 points
  9. Going double todayLeft;Seiko 6138-0012 from my birth year and month (Nov-77)2019-01-04_02-22-20 by mcridland, on FlickrRight;Managed to finally get this old girl running for more than a few minutes! FB7723 Movement (Interesting article here: http://www.crazywatches.pl/mirexal-golay-fb7723-quartz-1972)Record Quartz 2020-10-09_08-06-40 by mcridland, on FlickrHave a great weekend allMark
    20 points
  10. All titanium SMP (2231.80) today.
    20 points
  11. Morning... 1960's VENUS. Cal: ETA 2452-1, 25 jewel.
    20 points
  12. Happy Friday!!! Wow, my first WRUW I think and also wearing my first 2020 watch purchase Smiths Everest PRC-25. Big thanks to @mcb2007!!!
    19 points
  13. Good morning all GS today. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    19 points
  14. Vintage Seiko 66-7100 today
    19 points
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  16. This vintage Mido Commander automatic today Old pics, same watch
    19 points
  17. MILUS Snow Star. Cal: Eta 2892-A2 (Top), 21 jewel, 904L SS case.
    18 points
  18. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    18 points
  19. Morning... 1930 Silver cased HARWOOD 'AUTORIST' Automatic. [img]https://i.imgur.com/i4q6mUD.mp4[/img]
    18 points
  20. Fiftieth birthday Heuer today.
    18 points
  21. this one for me today I think.......
    18 points
  22. 1969 Minerva pocket watch chronograph, which appears unused still in the packing box from the last year of the GPO These grade 1 watches were only used to test the clocks at the GPO
    18 points
  23. Morning... 1965 Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic. Cal: 22-09, 39 jewel.
    18 points
  24. Vintage Seiko 66-7100 today .
    18 points
  25. Morning, this one:
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  27. Morning, Stowa auto with its 25j PUW 1260 and probably from the early 1960s. Regards.
    18 points
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  30. Morning... Circa 1960 MIDO MULTIFORT SUPERAUTOMATIC. Cal: 917R, 17 jewel, SS case. With it's late 1950's relation. Cal: 917P, 17 jewel.
    17 points
  31. Morning Seiko 'Presage' SRPB41J1 (Cal: 4R35)
    17 points
  32. A vintage Zenith Respirator automatic, cal 2562PC, circa 1972 This model seems to suffer gasket failure due to lack of service/replacement, hence the damage to the dial. But I love it nevertheless.
    17 points
  33. I'm struggling to remember if it was the Odeon or the ABC in Darlington where I saw Star Wars. I still have the magazine of the making of the the film that I bought at the same time as a large bag of Revels. The Revels were eaten. I think it was the ABC to be honest...where I also saw Jaws, 2001 a Space Odyssey, and (Big Bus & Smokey and the Bandit) two films in one sitting, those were the days! Have a great Friday guys!
    17 points
  34. Greeting watch fans, HAGFF! This vintage Citizen Crystron diver from 1977 And a song from the same year!
    17 points
  35. Stowa Marine Original
    17 points
  36. Morning Orient 'Symphony' FER2700CW0 (Cal: 48743)
    17 points
  37. Morning, I know a storm is coming, but this lasted over 100 yrs so far, so I'll chance it. Car goes in the shop today, so a little perambulation is on the cards to pick up the spare. It didn't look in such good shape when it arrived, the celluloid crystal was much yellower than it appears in this pic ... And the hands were quite corroded. So I was thrilled twice with this watch, once when it arrived all original, and once when it arrived after a bit of renovation. Silver cased Demier Fr. 1918 I probably won't wear it outside my rain jacket ... Strap f
    17 points
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  39. Hoping the globe in the picture makes me look intelligent
    17 points
  40. Morning, Today this 1950s Mardon Fleet running on a 17j AS 1187. Made in La Chaux-de-Fonds by Mardon Watch Ltd whose earliest recorded date in Mikrolisk is given as 1923. I can trace the company up until their 1970s Chronorégate driven by a manual wind Valjoux 7733, but not any later than that. Regards.
    17 points
  41. Morning Orient for me today.
    17 points
  42. Bit of fun today... 1990 Lorus 'Mickey Mouse' watch. Seiko auto movement. (Y621-6050).
    17 points
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  45. Seiko 6138-3002 from 1977
    17 points
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