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  1. Movado Calendoplan from the early 1950s Calibre 128 movement Currently test driving my latest bargain purchase. Picked this up very cheap recently as a caked in dirt and filth non runner. It's been in the wars a bit, the crystal is a mess, the minute hand doesn't match the dauphine style hour hand and there's a few gouges on one of the lower lugs, luckily not too deep however. I was having a look at the movement to see if there was anything obviously wrong, it had been fully wound, the balance appeared undamaged and free and apart from a couple of missing screws from a bridge it all looked good, just no go! Putting some slight pressure against the centre wheel there was a slight 'click' and away it went, running! So far it seems to be keeping time. Oddly enough the dial appear original but has no signs of any 'Movado' branding. Sorry about the ghastly too narrow strap, didn't have a good one the right size!
  2. Movado Sub-Sea automatic from 1960 Calibre 431A
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    Song Titles Game

    Somethin' in the Water - Th' Legendary Shack Shakers
  4. Todays weapon of choice. Baume and Mercier.
  5. Not a watch but a good few years ago I was offered a genuine RAF sector clock for about £300 I think it was. It still hurts now thinking about it....
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    Song Titles Game

    Pony Blues - Charlie Patton (this version by the Reverend Peyton)
  7. It came to me like this, albeit with a broken balance (calibre 59) There's a few minor cracks in the crystal but the case, dial and hands are near pristine. Engraved on the case back with the original owners name and date too.
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