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Morning all...

 

1930's-40's DYSON & SON 8 DAY Dashboard/Cockpit Clock.

Cal: Swiss 15 jewel, 3 Adj.

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Morning :)

Longines Hydroconquest Sunray blue (L3.742.3.96.7) (Cal L619-888) today.

Longines Hydroconquest Sunray blue (L3.742.3.96.7) (Cal L619-888)

 

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Good morning everyone, starting the weekend with this 9ct Omega Geneve, calibre 601, from 1969. :)

9ct Omega, calibre 601, from 1969

 

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Sun out in South Devon and off on the water this morning so wearing my Ollech and Wajs M4. 

 

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23 minutes ago, davidcxn said:

Good morning everyone, starting the weekend with this 9ct Omega Geneve, calibre 601, from 1969. :)

9ct Omega, calibre 601, from 1969

 

That looks a great size, what's the diameter?

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1 hour ago, bridgeman said:

New correct battery and a bit of tlc seiko 7t32

 

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I'll go with Bridgeman and strap on the blue version...it'll sparkle in the gorgeous sunshine today...

Seiko 'The Great Blue'

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Early 70s Mappin (Mappin Webb) Peseux 7001. Its my favourite to date and for the first time ever i cant see me parting with it. Never seen another with the movement combination. From what i can gather in the early 70s Mappin Webb were still doing requests. So it could be that rare there was only ever 1? Who knows? I know i like it. Its in superb condition too and not inscribed. Id like to know its history. Guess i never will thats partly the mystique i guess. Oriosa seem to be case makers. 97f7ac079aaee5adff718963d13ea5e0.jpge47a5de8e908161ce9b566421a3d250b.jpgc56cbddfdd98cf2f6418232c2693c63f.jpg0271fb3a1d82329fa925c7b980d8eab7.jpgfb48a54ce995ab8084279af3e1e4ad59.jpg

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1 hour ago, davidcxn said:

Good morning everyone, starting the weekend with this 9ct Omega Geneve, calibre 601, from 1969. :)

 

 

My birth year, good to see both it and me are going strong *cough, splutter, reaches for the meths* :) 

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1 hour ago, Jet Jetski said:

That looks a great size, what's the diameter?

Appearances can be deceptive with it being approximately 32mm. :biggrin:

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Everest to the post office this morning.

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