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    Day off today as I never work on my birthday. Currently have my Speedbird on my wrist and Chip on my lap. Meow.
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    A vintage Zenith Quartz circa 1970's for Quartz Wednesday!
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    Morning Rotary Les Originales LE9001405 (Cal: R.1000.21)
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    Speedbird for me today! Et vu?
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    Lovely sunny morning so wearing something that pops in the sunlight. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Quartz Wednesday,this one later on.
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    1948 Jaeger Lecoultre - 'bumper' automatic. Hope I'm in this good condition when I'm 72... Sent from my BKL-L09 using Tapatalk
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    The gift I received for my 25th wedding anniversary (5 years ago!):
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    Morning, This Omega f300 today, dating from around 1970. Humming with its 12j cal.1260, aka the Day/Date ESA 9164 but with copper-plated plates, and considered to be amongst the finest of the tuning fork movements. Regards.
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    Morning all... old pic but on today have a safe one all ... <a href="https://imgur.com/U8qwFp5"><img src="" title="source: imgur.com" /></a>
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    Happy Valentine's day. xxx
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    Good morning, Sturmanskie Gagarin..
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    This Certina DS Winner chronograph. If you think the bezel is challenging, the bracelet is designed to look like a chain on a motorcycle
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    Absolutely bucketing outside and really windy, and I've just realised I've left the bacon that was to be this morning's breakfast at my mum's house.
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    And my birthyearish watch, 64/65 Poljot Cal 3017 'Strela'. People can go on about the Speedy but the centre seconds hand on this alone wins it for me
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    Morning Tissot Seastar today.
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    Breakfast with a 1920's Middlesbrough signed Doxa pocket watch!
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    Morning all, cold and frosty one... but calm... ATM !! have a good one all
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    1968 Everite. Sent from my LM-V405 using Tapatalk
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    I collected this vintage Zenith Defy yesterday thanks @scottswatches i am very happy
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    Respite from one watch syndrome, so mow wearing the IWC IW3717 Fliegeruhr automatic chronograph. Bit blustery here today
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    1963 Seagull on light brown leather strap today. The ticking is so loud that, sitting in the quiet office, I'm constantly reminded of it. Shouldn't be any louder, but it's a lovely detail as is.
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    Good morning watch nuts TIMEX MIDGET TW2R45000 TIMEX MIDGET TW2R5100
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    Morning, Remember the good old days in Primary School when the teacher provided blobs of mercury and challenged you to chase them all over your desk trying to pin them down with a finger? No? Oh well, I do, and attempting to definitively establish the maker of today’s watch has been equally unsuccessful. Driven by a 17j FHF/ST 96-4, It’s an Old England which would make one think of the original Accurist company whose Richard Loftus introduced an Old England brand in the mid-60s. However, those were unisex “fashion” watches, usually with a 1j EB 8800, designed to capture the zeitgeist of the “Swinging Sixties” and, unlike mine, had the dial wordmark in a mediaeval-style typeface. Elsewhere, I’ve also seen what is probably a gent’s watch, with my style of typeface on the dial but signed Old England Watches Ltd 1968 in “ye olde” version on the case back and driven by an ETA-derived Benrus movement. The presence of “Shockmaster” on today’s dial, although also associated with Gunzinger Bros, still points me towards the old Accurist concern, but I haven’t stumbled across another example quite like this one and what may be an import code of TXb on the bridge has led me nowhere. Regards.
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    Good morning another Tudor. [emoji41] Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
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    Vintage Zenith automatic cal 2552 PC circa 1969
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    Day off today. Sorting record collection/listening. Got Tool, Fear Innoculum blaring out. Have a great day all
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    Morning Steinhart to start the week, the Ocean 2 Premium (Cal ETA 2892-A2)
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    Sacm. I thought of letting this go when i got my Sarb. But its nice to have something so light and accurate. Its a great evening watch as i forget im wearing it, its so comfortable. Its also the perfect watch to have in the box to set the rest by. That looks really good
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    Have a great weekend. 6m26 dancing hands day today.
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    New delivery today Sent from my SM-N960F using Tapatalk
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    Morning all, I do like this straps
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    Afternoon change over to this Kienzle Artistokrat 1970's TV dial lump of Stainless Steel
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    2017 Sarb033. These were made between 2010 and 2018. So this is one of the last. Originally purchased through Amazon North America according to the stamped warranty card. Over 24hrs it kept time with my sacm 171 which is +/- 10 secs a year...
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    Good morning sticking with this until I work up the enthusiasm to get my bike out of the garage. [emoji16] Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk
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    My favourite Bulova Precisionist again for me today, and every day until the weekend:
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    Some old gold for starters... TISSOT SEASTAR, cal.2451 17 Jewels (1970s) & ServiceS SWISS MADE, 17 Jewels (circa late 1950s).
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    1970s Tissot Navigator Automatic
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    Vintage Zenith quartz circa 1970's. I am trying it out on a new bracelet today.
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