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  1. 19 points
  2. Greetings watch fans, a vintage Omega Cosmic 2000 automatic Old pic, same watch!
    18 points
  3. Morning... 1951 ELGIN Railroad. Cal: 571, 21 jewel, 8 adj.
    16 points
  4. Morning Poljot 2801 Chronograph Journey (Cal: Poljot 31681)
    16 points
  5. Omega F300 cone to cheer up a dreary work day.
    16 points
  6. 1961 Bulova Accutron Spiral Lug 14KT Gold Spaceview
    15 points
  7. Morning, 37mm Doxa today, dated for 1959 and running on a 17j Doxa 103, derived from the ETA 2391. Regards.
    12 points
  8. The day date is a valuable complication during lockdown
    11 points
  9. Old scuba-dude day
    10 points
  10. Seiko Thursday for me.
    10 points
  11. It's Bullhead day! Always cheers me up to see this gleaming at me from the watch box. I think the bezel is brutally honest, since to be honest I never use it, though it makes a nice clicking noise when you turn it. And the black lume is quite cool too. HAGD
    9 points
  12. Accurist Clerkenwell 1946 & Gardé RUHLA 91203M,MADE IN GERMANY, (Ronda Cal.5030.D)
    9 points
  13. Sorry...for a minute I thought you said bull$h1t day... My old faithfull DW 6630B from 1999. This was my daily beater for 14 years in the landscaping business, and when I retired it in 2013, it looked like this... I decided to to reward it for its hard work and as my constant companion for all those years, so last year fitted it with a new bezel. I think it's happy now!...
    8 points
  14. Casio Edifice for me today (front RH in this pic): I've got another one on order, which will make 4 in my collection. I couldn't help myself, I just seem to be drawn to these at the moment......
    7 points
  15. Is it Thursday already!! Again thanks Kevin this is a very smart military style watch, which is rather fetching imho
    7 points
  16. Just back from the House of Pain and Correction after complete strip and rebuild by @PC-Magician. Junghans 600-12Datochron
    6 points
  17. Here you go: I took some during the service.
    6 points
  18. Postie brought this. Gold plated Alsta, nice dial. Running, which is a bonus. Don't know much about these apart from a diver Alsta being a prop in Jaws.
    6 points
  19. Morning chap's This fine specimen today. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17]
    6 points
  20. Time for me to post some colour now that the Sun has come out.. Pure Mecanique MARINE, SEIKO Cal.NH35 24 Jewels Pure Mecanique MARINE, Seagull Cal.3600 17 Jewels
    5 points
  21. some wrist time for the new arrival
    4 points
  22. Last swaps... eichmüller 7930-03, Miyota cal.8215 21 Jewels & J.Springs NPEA003, cal.Y675C 21 Jewels.
    4 points
  23. Here you go. Steve.
    4 points
  24. A few days of back breaking graft... Donor site.. Initial layout More layout Post holes Pergola posts in More framing Framework finished
    3 points
  25. Well, Yesterday actually!! It's modded in to a fifty Five Fathoms, I think the dial is a Yobokies product, The base is SNZH57, I was blown away by the condition of the watch as the pics were out of focus and grainy, In truth there isn't a mark on the steel and only one small ding on the bezel! It came with a bracelet, Two Nato's and the original dial!! John
    3 points
  26. Love the lume colour .. and matching strap
    3 points
  27. Must be mad but bought a new Tudor North Flag, currently available at some Watches of Switzerland group shops at a reduced price. Suspect they are being discontinued in the near future. https://photos.app.goo.gl/eaE2MZaMP27wMvTs9
    2 points
  28. Ferkin agony, however it is being fortified by red wine and bloody mindedness.. The original part (to the left in white) is 1756, the bit I live in, (the stone bit directly behind) was a 2 bedroom extension built in (approx) 1850. There is tons of local history attached, one of the previous owners was a personal friend of George Washington, all to do with tobacco and the cessation, unfortunately I can't remember all the details No, I dug the holes out to 300mm deep 150-200mm wide, then a wee spot of postcrete underneath, then postcrete up to ground level. I did put in mor
    2 points
  29. Yes for now. These Downy Woodpeckers just had lunch The one on the left is the Dad, he came first then left - The next two images are the Mum feeding the son... This Anna's on the left & Rufous Hummingbirds were at my kitchen window today
    2 points
  30. Just ordered myself one as I've looked over and over but never thought much of the price. They are on sale at the moment meaning a sapphire model for ~£130! https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000799790387.html?spm=a2g0o.placeorder.0.0.43bd321e8pV3c4&mp=1 Time to forget all about it until the postie knocks in a month or two.
    1 point
  31. I love these watches. You may have import duty to pay as well of course, but still brilliant value. Order placed here too
    1 point
  32. @Roger the Dodger Now there’s a memory jogger of meeting a random stranger in a dodgy boozer next to Queen’s Street station in Glasgow. After a few beers with him showing me some watches that he just left on the table and a couple of the local characters giving us a proper once over he opens his bag and pulled this out. I wonder whatever happened to @Haggis Just as an asides I was on my way to a funeral and had just jumped off the train in Glasgow for an hour or two and when I eventually met my brother there was even more booze involved and he took me to the wrong cr
    1 point
  33. Possibly, there are traces of what could be radium on the hands and dial. I have no intention of taking this apart myself.
    1 point
  34. Thanks @Always"watching" I have read about the motorcycle, but was not aware of car, good read. Meanwhile;
    1 point
  35. Thank you for another great read, it was very informative and covered rocket transport that I had never heard of before now!
    1 point
  36. I enjoyed your Beaufighter article Go on get yourself a model kit or three
    1 point
  37. Excellent stuff, I love that, well done mate I think it would look better on the metal bracelet, but either way it looks awesome (but definitely not on the NATO, obviously)
    1 point
  38. I'd go with the second to last photo
    1 point
  39. Where to start? How about this O&W Mirage. Cannot remember who I sold it to, but wish I still had it.
    1 point
  40. Smashing, Nice catch! I once bought around a hundred watches off fleabay for a tenner posted!, 98 of them were cheap Qtz but in among them was a Cyma Navystar with sub seconds that wound and kept good time, There was also a working Sekonda mechanical watch, Don't recall which one it was as i've quite a few of them! John
    1 point
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