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  1. Back In The USSR SEKONDA, 19 JEWELS (Poljot Strela, cal. 3017),`MADE IN USSR` circa mid 1960s
    17 points
  2. Well, one from six this morning, and, since the Citizen bullhead has so manfully kept time, how could I not? after all, it's a red letter day! HAGD
    15 points
  3. Zenith Pilot automatic, cal 2572PC-E, circa 1974
    14 points
  4. Morning... Early 1920's Swiss silver cased trench style.
    13 points
  5. Morning all, been far too long for this one ready for the cinema later have a good one
    12 points
  6. 1960s Ingersoll 5903 divers watch (FHF ST 96)
    12 points
  7. Morning, 34mm Swiss-made Dulux with its fancy-ish fixed lugs and looking like the 1940s. Made by Rene Ginrat of Tramelan who, whilst known to have used other movements such as Eberle (NFT) and Peseux, has powered this one with a 15j AS 1187. Regards.
    12 points
  8. this old beastie today,,
    11 points
  9. Morning all. Starting with this today. HMT Kohinoor Cheers
    11 points
  10. Omega SMP quartz for a Sunday working. Old pic as it’s too dark to get a new one this morning . HAGD
    11 points
  11. Just a half day of O/T today, getting lazy in my dotage. I am semi retired you know
    10 points
  12. Seamaster again, will be all week I think. Exceptional weather here on Anglesey. Making the most of it.
    10 points
  13. One from the West on one wrist & one from the East on the other... ServiceS Navigator, Jewelled, MADE IN GT.BRITAIN,circa 1950s/60s & Урал ЧН-201К, ЧЧэ 16 камнях, СДЕЛАНО В СССР(Челябинский часовой завод, около 1957-1964) (Ural CHN-201K, Chche 16 jewels, Made in USSR [ by the Chelyabinsk Watch Factory, circa 1957-1964]) Balaton1109, m
    10 points
  14. Nomos Orion 38 today
    10 points
  15. Seiko 'Caesar' (7T92) today.
    10 points
  16. LV & Adidas Hamburg Fishmarkets’ today
    9 points
  17. this for the next few evenings as opposed to the rlt 69 of late ...
    8 points
  18. Morning Wearing my dad's Rotary which he was present with from his work in 1982.
    8 points
  19. 8 points
  20. INGERSOLL CROWN, SWISS MADE (circa late 1920s/early 1930s) & (unnamed) FOREIGN (possibly made in Germany, circa 1930s)
    7 points
  21. Just checking still alive as can’t get a Corvid test!
    7 points
  22. C1 GRAND MALVERN Jump Hour. Cal: JJ01 (modified Sellita SW200-1 elabore). .
    7 points
  23. My Elgin Masonic PW from 1924.
    7 points
  24. What's got your goat?
    6 points
  25. 6 points
  26. Mido All dial GMT this morning
    6 points
  27. A bit late but It’s a lazy Sunday and I didn’t shower and dress until lunchtime.
    5 points
  28. 5 points
  29. Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Mk1 GWT
    3 points
  30. People usually visit a surgeon to have something this shape removed from their wrist.
    3 points
  31. I’d have a few MB&F desk clocks scattered around
    2 points
  32. Another category that need a `none of these' option.
    2 points
  33. Thank you, beat me to it. Can I please remind you that once you have 50 posts, the sales corner can be used for buying/selling/trading.
    2 points
  34. @Daveyboyz I am of a similar mind. I used to have a lot of very similar, slightly dressy watches but have been trying to downsize and re-organise the collection, particularly with a view to creating greater diversity. I still keep a few vintages which are, in the way of vintage watches, fairly similar. However, what you see below is my so-called Modern Box. The front row contains the four watches I wear most frequently. I am pleased with the balance and diversity here. The CW Trident diver is a nice simple watch to wear at any time and it’s particularly good on the bracelet in summe
    2 points
  35. Lovely watch,smashing dog
    1 point
  36. It wasn't launched this year (or so, depending on corona changes) , so wouldn't qualify I have been really impress with the Piaget watches I have had, and they have completely won me over.
    1 point
  37. This is a category I’ll have a vote in. Totally impractical but if I had some spare change I’d have a few MB&F’s in a cabinet.
    1 point
  38. You could try hitting it with a large book
    1 point
  39. Watch out, some twit will accuse you of carping on about it.
    1 point
  40. Same here, I get put off purchasing anything which is too similar to one I already own.
    1 point
  41. I am of the type that doesn't want to own two pieces which are too similar. My vote is to lose one.
    1 point
  42. No need, just Photoshop a picture onto your wrist. No one will notice.
    1 point
  43. It boils down to numbers sold, which will be low volume, its like a watch botherers equivalent of Clarkson and the girls when they did Top Gear, oozing with over played enthusiasm about cars most of us will never see, let alone own.
    1 point
  44. Just picked up another Kered on ebay. It's an automatic with date. Movement is, as far as I can tell, a 25-jewel HB213 "Ultramatic", so it's probably from the 1960's. Case has lost its plating somewhat, but the dial has an unusual Kered logo in that it's not underlined. I only have one other Kered like that. The hands are quite unlike the other Kereds I have.
    1 point
  45. It`s my birthday today, I officially become an oap* I put these on when I got up.... Accurist Clerkenwell 1946 & RUHLA 91203M, MADE IN GERMANY, Ronda Cal.5030.D I have a couple of other watches wrapped up for the special day which I`ll be getting later * I should have been one last year but the government in London moved the retirement age back so I couldn`t get my state pension. Fecking bar stewards!! Oh well, they are down there in the smog while we are up here where the air is crystal clear & the local scenery is
    1 point
  46. '38 Pierce mono-pusher. I love taking pictures of this in bright sunshine. One day I'll take a good one. HAGD - it's top!
    1 point
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