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    Same old Same old Happy Christmas everyone
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    Happy New Year 1934 JB ROLLS.
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    Wishing you all a very Happy New Year. [emoji16] Blackbay ETA red for today. Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
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    New in this morning . A Junghans Attache automatic watch .
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    Morning Vostok Amphibian (420381) (Cal 2416B)
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    This little beauty this morning a 1993 Seiko 4s15-8030
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    new in, three timezones all running off the same automatic movement
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    Have a great Saturday watch fans. My vintage Zenith Pilot circa 1974
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    Morning, Certina Waterking today, driven by their 17j 28-10 movement. The Serial No. on the case back dates this one to 1966. Regards.
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    Morning chap's [emoji12] Off out Exploring today, pups had all his injections. Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
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    Merry Christmas folks. Sporting a special Christmas gift today.
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    Just leaving for Inverness so need something robust a weatherproof
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    This one today and yes I know its an homage and the date has just clicked over again for some reason. Anyway happy New Year to the forum and its weird and wonderful collection of members, I can be a weid one!
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    Pre-lunch walk along the prom before I cremate some chicken
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    Morning Ingersoll Bateman (Cal: Miyota 821A)
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    Sekonda for me today. Have a great Friday!
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    Happy new year to all
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    I experimented last night with a Seiko auto to see if I moved enough in my sleep to keep it going. No. So when you have to grab and go, you need something that will keep ticking! GADA HAGD HNY
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    Think today will be a Del Boy marathon on GOLD, it is Boxing Day after all. If the Butler wants to see anything else he'll have to watch it on his tablet or laptop.
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    Gold Tornado Gravitymaster:
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    New addition to my Sir David collection to model today's watch.
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    Textured quartz Edifice for a day in the office.
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    Orient Flight today on its new Hirsch strap:
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    Not wore this for a while
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    Morning, Sorry guys, I’m afraid I’m struggling with quartz so, for what it’s worth, this 1950s Cimex with its 15j Cupillard (FE) 233-60 is wearing me today. Almost certainly French-made, and also bought from France, but other than finding some online images of this brand with various movements including Landeron and Jeambrun, I haven’t found anything about the makers. However, it’s unlikely to have been by either of the two recorded registrants of a Cimex brand, namely Cimex SARL of Bucharest or Artax of Switzerland. Mods, please feel free to dump this post if it’s unsuitable for today’s WRUW thread. Regards.
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    Good morning chap's [emoji41] This for the morning. Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
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    A couple of subdials... STOWA MARINE, Unitas cal.6498 17 jewels RLT17 (Unitas cal.6498, 17 jewels
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    I came across this watch whilst doing some research on a non watch related subject; The Nairn Transport Company. This company was set up around 1923 By brothers Gerald and Norman Nairn from New Zealand. Initially they used cars, Buicks and Cadillacs, when the 650-mile (1047 km) desert route from Beirut to Baghdad was opened, and to begin with was an overland mail service which replaced what was described as a "fast camel service" which often got robbed by bandits. In 1926 the cars were replaced by 16 seater busses, which were replaced in 1932 by double decker trailed (articulated) busses. In 1937, the brothers commissioned two stainless steel Pullmans from Budd of Philadephia, which were air-conditioned, articulated and fast. These were used until the late 1950's when the company closed. The later busses were diesel powered, capable of sustaining speeds in excess of 70mph, and could return 9mpg, a big improvement over their petrol engined predecessors which made just over 2mpg. The coaches were kitted out for luxury travel with inflatable rubber seats to soak up the worst of the rough unmade desert routes, and they also had a sleeping compartment. During WW2, the busses were used to transport RAF personnel. A watch with an interesting history, and looking around at some of the sales sites can be picked up for not much money.
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    RLT - 69 today. Sent from my MAR-LX1A using Tapatalk
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    Hmm ? Claude Saunier makes no reference to a "Quartz Wednesday"
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    Morning, This 1960s Avia Olympic with a 17j FHF 73-4 for today. With American connections by way of Ball, and roots back to 1887, the original Avia company has had an interesting, if ultimately rather downbeat, history. Regards.
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    That is stunning! Longines Conquest V.H.P - early christmas present to myself.
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    Changed from leather to a bracelet .
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