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John_D

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  1. Been wearing this Tallis electronic on and off for the last week, hails from around 1968....(apologies for the old picture) This one is on my desk every day And this one on the wall in the 'office'......... Both date from the late 1970's.....
  2. Well, still waiting to get a suitable strap, but everything came together yesterday and Mickey lives again. Regulated it on the Timegrapher, not perfect, but doesn't look too bad........
  3. Old watches? Post 1990? I think that applies to over 90% of my collection, I think I might have about four post 1990 watches Anyway I'll start with these ones....(and if I post a different one every day for the next 3 months you might see them all)
  4. Cant help much but this 'enhancement' appears to show that the makers name is two words.....
  5. A couple of my earlier watches....... This Bernex, with a Dennison Aquatite case..... and This Camy 'Diver'.......
  6. Red letter day looks even better in Kanji... Then I post the wrong picture Doh!.......... I blame it on my age
  7. This JDM Seiko 3862-7010 from 1973....I do love a blue dial
  8. Depends what is wrong with it... At least the LCD doesn't look damaged........
  9. Quite a lot of information about Rone watches in THIS earlier thread on here....
  10. This 7546-6040 from 1979..... Bought as a 'non runner' with a movement destroyed by a battery leak... A donor 7546 movement, fitted with the original date wheel and a replacement day wheel was the answer.....
  11. If we are talking 'fancy' attractive then this Camy Kings Club... However if 'most beautiful' then this Seiko Grand Quartz from 1977, the dial is truly a work of art...... Still leaning towards this one though, a watch that I've owned for over 50 years, still in love with it....
  12. Not got one yet but it is a work in progress. I recently picked up some new, old stock, Timex electric movements from a guy in Poland...... and have ear marked the M40 one for one of these NOS Mickey Mouse dial and handsets, that are, as we speak, winging their way over to me from the USA..... Next stage is to mate it to a suitable Timex M40 case and I will end up with a 'genuine' new, old stock 1971 Timex Electric Mickey Mouse watch... This is what I am aiming to duplicate
  13. A watch that I have owned for over 50 years.....
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