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WRUW - Humpday 10 July

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The watch I bought 25 years ago, so I would be happy forever with just one watch.  That went well ...

 

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Have a great day!

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Morning,

Today, it will be this rather nicely patinated Fleurier with its 17j AS 1130 and dating to the 1960s. Made by the Fleurier Watch Company founded in the eponymous Swiss town, and linking back to the birth of FEF movements.

Regards.

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Fleurier AS 1130 after 1.JPG

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1973/4 Longines caliber 428 manual wind 17 Jewels. On a change of strap an appropriate 70's style Fluco Consul in matt black no stitching. I think it suits the simple classic 1970s modernism of the Longines.


Ive given the original crystal a good polish too which has brought a nice finish with the odd nick of originality. But capturing the gloss in the photos isnt easy.



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Yet another grey day, oh well, naaa mind a?...

 

 

Sturmanskie Gagarin (2609370124 & 260937016 & ), Made In Russia, Poljot cal. 2609 17 Jewels).

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... at least it`s not raining 911286222_(6).gif.cecab95e2d02d36e55cc1c393694a6e2.gif

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Tazmo61 said:

@Balaton1109 a good clean , robust looking movement the AS 1130 or "Wehrmachtswerk" (army movement) . A very nice looking watch with a cracking movement :thumbsup:

Thank you for your kind comments and, yes. Indeed, the AS 1130 was one of a few calibres from different makers known as "Wehrmachtswerk" movements. Here's another one, also from Schild as it happens, a 1560 which lives inside an Onsa.

Regards.

 

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