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The Mystery Bidder

Fantastic Friday 02.11.18

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18 minutes ago, pauluspaolo said:

No pic I'm afraid but Seiko 200m auto diver - new 6309 turtle/cushion case - for me.

Have a good weekend all :) 

Ah you must try and get a picture over by monday! 

17 minutes ago, animalone said:

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Like that a lot..its very nice and I am not always a fan of roman numerals on watches...

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2 hours ago, yokel said:

 

I think I may have twigged why it's called a "Braungold" . . . . . .

 

 

Me too...

Image result for gold braun shaver

 

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Do I get a prize now ?

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2 hours ago, Nigelp said:

Very nice. Circa 1983?

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Thank you. :thumbsup: The Omega Cermet was part of their International Collection launched in 1982 so your pretty much spot on with the date. :biggrin:
 

 

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2 hours ago, pauluspaolo said:

No pic I'm afraid but Seiko 200m auto diver - new 6309 turtle/cushion case - for me.

Have a good weekend all :) 

Here you go - once again have a good weekend all :thumbs_up:

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29 minutes ago, pauluspaolo said:

Here you go - once again have a good weekend all :thumbs_up:

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Nice!..

As Partridge would say.. 'lovely stuff!".

 

(Not that I am saying thats a watch Partridge would wear...)...hmmm...wonder what he would wear?

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4 hours ago, martinzx said:

Many thanks indeed! :thumbsup:
It incorporates the 11.27 hi-beat, automatic caliber.
More info here: https://www.glashuetteuhren.de/kaliberuebersichten-modelle/glashuetter-uhrenbetriebe/kalibergruppe-11-spezichron/

It is a german website but if you open in chrome it will translate

Thanks Martin. Luckily, German no problem.

11-25/6/7 were built at the end of the 1970s to mid-1980s. Must have been the first GUB Hi-Beat movements (?). The 10 series may have been a development thereof, or possibly developed to fit the same cases (it is exactly the same size).

Given the age of your watch, it looks in magnificent condition.

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