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TGIF WRUW today 29 Nov?


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Morning,

I’ve picked this one for today, a 36mm Hudson auto from around 1970 and driven by a 21j EB 8127.

With many registrants of a “Hudson” brand, it’s difficult to say exactly who made this one. Possibly by Marcel and Lucien Jeanbourquin of La Chaux-de-Fonds, seemingly active between 1954 – 1994, or possibly by Itraco but whose movement in my hand-winding Hudson is signed as such.

Whatever, at 12.3mm high, “Ultra-Thin” is something of a misnomer.

Regards.

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2 hours ago, Balaton1109 said:

I’ve picked this one for today, a 36mm Hudson auto from around 1970 and driven by a 21j EB 8127.

With many registrants of a “Hudson” brand, it’s difficult to say exactly who made this one. Possibly by Marcel and Lucien Jeanbourquin of La Chaux-de-Fonds, seemingly active between 1954 – 1994, or possibly by Itraco but whose movement in my hand-winding Hudson is signed as such.

Whatever, at 12.3mm high, “Ultra-Thin” is something of a misnomer.

That is a wee bit special, it's a stunner, thanks for sharing.

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January 1969 Seiko 7625-1994 17 Jewel Automatic.

Two days on the wrist, still has the wrong date, but, it is very accurate, and, my current favourite.

Who couldn't love a 50 year old Seiko?

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