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  1. Just woke up to the best surprise from the wife bless her, I’m over the moon!!
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  2. Anniversary of VE Day today so giving this veteran an airing. Timor WWW
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  3. Speedy Tuesday! can't seem to get a good pic of the movement , it really is a beauty!
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  4. Bit of fun today. 1977 Mickey Mouse Bulova Accutron.
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  5. Morning Rotary 'Les Originales Legacy' (Cal: SW200-1)
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  6. #speedytuesday Wearing the moonphase as the 50th needs a service and the DSoM/GSoM are likely to be sold in the near future:
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  7. Right, my beautiful old Omega, please let today be better than yesterday!
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  8. Cuppa with a biscuit as the rain lashes down. Good for the garden at least.
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  9. Hope you've all had a good week. Enjoy the weekend chaps
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  10. Bloody lovely Steinhart Bronze bought from our very own @Pete wilding. First Steinhart I have owned, I'm hooked!
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  12. One of my personal favourites, my 1977 Omega Seamaster, to celebrate my 1 month anniversary of discovering this place. (My apologies to all for the intrusion and banality that I have brought to your online Nirvana).
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  13. I decided to keep this one , so i'm wearing it this morning . Swiss made Altanus Geneva pilots watch (Unitas 6497)
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  14. Morning Out for lunch today, first time since December. Tissot 'Seastar 1000' {Cal: Powermatic 80.111 11 1-2''' [Base ETA C07.111 (ETA 2842-2)]}
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  15. This golden oldie for me today while I'm poodling about in the garden ...
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  16. CWC T20 GS with protective shroud
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  17. Lorus (Seiko move't) automatic Mickey Mouse watch.
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  18. Came on Friday whilst i was away for a couple of days....first wear today
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  19. I switched to this Just arrived, needs a bracelet for my tastes. I thought I should test it out.
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  20. Senator. 40mm steel. GO Kaliber 36 automatic.
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  21. I love this movement because I can actually read the minutes register! The bracelet looks great. Meanwhile, today's mystery watch ... Lugs for life. SURPRISE! Have a great day. J Thought I had put these away for the duration.
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  22. Pottering around in the morning with a little bit of fun hope you all have a great weekend, even if the rain don't stop.
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  23. Morning Alpina 'Alpiner' (Cal: AL-525)
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  24. Unitas 6498 today
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  25. Ventus back on for the morning.
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  26. Add another Chrono... Better pic later I promise!
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  31. Morning, Today a 1940s Norexa powered by a 17j AS 1294 (or family). With the passing of the years, and apart from wholesale repair & service business received from jewellers, my venerable watchmaker’s retail customer base nowadays seems to consist largely of battery changes or bracelet re-sizing. This Norexa had been a long-time resident in his seemingly bottomless box of vintage non-runners where I’m convinced it, along with countless others, would have stayed until the end of days. Fortunately (or perhaps not) having access to that hoard enables me to request that some, li
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  34. Zurich Braungold. 40mm steel. Nomos Epsilon automatic movement.
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  35. Baltic Aquascaphe I've spend a fair amount on a number of straps for this one and I've finally realised that the original tropic is actually what works best. The light defusing effect of the strap is needed as the case, dial and domed crystal has so much going on. Its been a good lesson on balance actually.
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  36. Wearing this as its almost military esque Whilst watching the shenanigans in the harbour
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  37. Wearing my vintage Swiss made Ingersoll diver
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  38. Lume shot of new acquisition
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  39. Morning, I don’t usually wear the same watch twice in any 12 months, but this 35mm black-dialled GMC auto, originally from my watchmaker, got lucky. The brand is not recorded in Mikrolisk and I never did find out who made it. Runs on a 25j Felsa 1560, but with no further information, I had assumed it to have been a short-lived venture into the world of horology which sank without trace, and it may still have been exactly that. Today’s premature reappearance is prompted by a recent posting in a German-language forum and I can only obliquely offer my thanks and my apologies to that pos
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  40. Original Zenith wrist watch, 1917, chrome-plated case, cal. 12'' N.V.S.I.
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  41. 1977, just like it's owner beautiful and in full working order, sadly, nothing like it's owner.
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  42. Its raining here this morning and i'm wearing my Edox open vision.
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  43. A rainy Saturday being a spare part/minibus driver and watching a bunch of kids do canoeing and raft building. Sounds like a job for Makoman. I suppose this is why we have beaters.
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  44. I was reminded what makes me like watches yesterday.. Keep hanging in there little Ricoh..
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  45. Good morning all LONGINES (Heritage) Conquest, cal.L633 25 Jewels & ORIS (Artelier 7582 ), cal.623 (ETA 2859)
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