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Graham60

WRUW Tuesday 24/03/2020

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Morning :)

Hope all stay safe and healthy. :thumbsup:

Longines lockdown for me today.

Longines Hydroconquest  (Cal: L619-888)

Longines Hydroconquest  (Cal L619-888)

 

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I'm not wearing a watch today. :(

I have suspended all deliveries from Birth Year Watches.  Vintage watches are desirable, not essential.  I can continue to list things for sale, and the workshop is going to get the re-organisation it desperately needs.  Financially we will be fine, and the help announced from government will actually provide practical help for once.

This is the collective event of most of our lifetimes.  Stay at home.

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In uncertain times, I like to be certain about the time!

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Solar powered and radio controlled. On a one-piece RAF style NATO (no loop).

HAGD

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Morning,

Today one of these Sears & Roebuck’s Tradition Electronic jobs running on the 13j ESA 9154.

Regards (from a bunker somewhere).

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25 minutes ago, Boots said:

This today...

 

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Had the same. Shame I sold it as I was afraid of no one could be able to do the servicing/Zaratsu polishing in EU.

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Good morning gang, I hope you are all C virus free :thumbsup:

 

 

I`m starting with the corgis...  

CORGEUT, Miyota cal.8215,21 Jewels 

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:biggrin:

 

 

I`ve just discovered that these watches are blatant copies of the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms. No doubt this will upset some members of TWF but I don`t mind, I got them just because I  liked them & if anyone else objects it`s just water off a duck`s back to me....

 

Image result for wet ducks

 

Have a nice day :thumbs_up:

 

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Sorry about the sawdust  --  I'm gardening (what else is there to do?).

Sport Evolution Panoramadatum today. 42mm stainless. GO Kaliber 39-42 automatic.

 

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3 hours ago, Balaton1109 said:

(from a bunker somewhere).

Glad to see you took some nice watches with you!

1 hour ago, Bonzodog said:

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My favourite Sinn

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More back catalogue...

 

1932 Silver cased cushion.

Cased by George Arnold Stoll (Stolkase).

Cal: Swiss 15 jewel, 3 adj.

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A vintage 1970s stainless steel lump of TV dial Kienzle Artistokrat - (Shapeproof Pentent Pending) :thumbsup:

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1 hour ago, yokel said:

Sorry about the sawdust  --  I'm gardening.

 


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Please gentlemen.....standards!

:tongue:

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A bonkers time calls for a bonkers watch, so it's back on with the iTime Phantom Carbonio for me today:

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I've worn this one a few times recently after a battery change, and it never fails to impress me :yahoo:

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50 minutes ago, Karrusel said:


:swoon:

Please gentlemen.....standards!

:tongue:

Give him a break. The gardener's self isolating. :biggrin:

Picked the Mondaine today, as the logo could be a watch sheltering safely indoors. Old picture, but then, new one wouldn't look any different.

Mondaine FHF-ST 96

 

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