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  1. Movado 'Tempomatic' Calibre 221 'bumper' automatic. 1950/51
  2. Movado chronometer calibre 150MN 1940s Bought as a bag of parts on eBay a few weeks ago, the movement in pieces and a broken crystal. I need to get the right size strap, takes a 15mm open ended type, not at all common anymore!
  3. Movado 'Calendolux' circa1959/60 118 calibre
  4. No where as bad as that butchered Omega, but I bought a Movado 345 a few years ago that initially just looked a bit shabby but it got worse the more I delved into it, the movement was rusty and it'd had a pretty rubbish dial 'restoration' which I then found wouldn't come away from the movement, further investigation revealed that both of the dial feet had been broken off and someone had then glued the dial to the movement, not just a little dab of glue in a couple of places but they'd literally painted the whole back off the dial with some sort of Evo-stik marlarky. Oddly enough the watch was still running though!
  5. Movado Tempo-Matic Calibre 138 (Zenith 2552PC) 1969-72
  6. Movado Futuramic Calibre 115 1950-59 My grandfather 16th Battalion Kings Royal Rifles (back left) My great uncle 21st Battalion Kings Royal Rifles (front) Died 20/09/17 (Tyne Cot Memorial)
  7. Movado Calendolux Calibre 118 1950-59
  8. Movado 'Acvatic' chronometer Calibre 150MN
  9. Not a WWW but an RAF issued Jaeger-LeCoultre. Not sure if this the original 'in service' strap, if not it I imagine it was pretty close?
  10. Movado Tempomatic Calibre 220 1945-1950
  11. This is my RAF Omega 30T2 for comparison
  12. Baume and Mercier. The movement's an ETA but can't remember what calibre it is and it doesn't have it on the movement either!
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