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As aviation is on lock down apart from a few flight I’m about to go into the 80% wage so time with the little fella and the g shock on the wrist 

 

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today no more work for me until further notice,son in law just got back in time from Poland has passed his big plane licence thing says might go into training as not much chance of pilots now is there.

 

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Morning...

 

Circa 1930 Cushion cased.

Cal: Swiss (Aegler?). 15 Jewel.

Cased in Staybrite Steel (SS) by the 'Handley Watch Case Company', Australia.

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Stay Chipper - Stay Safe!

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35 minutes ago, bowie said:

today no more work for me until further notice,son in law just got back in time from Poland has passed his big plane licence thing says might go into training as not much chance of pilots now is there.

 

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The aviation industry is on its knees at the moment but we are all in it together stay safe 

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Morning chap's

 

This for the morning until going to work.

 

 

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Sent from my HRY-LX1 using Tapatalk

 

 

 

 

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Morning,

Inspired by @Robin S’s post of yesterday, I’ve dug out this one for today. I have a bunch of these things, all broadly similar and other than them all having been made in West Germany in the early '70s, I’ve never been entirely clear who actually made them.

They’re branded variously as Matthey-Doret, Sheffield or Wedgefield and the movements randomly signed as Junghans, Sheffield (like today's example) or Inter-Chron. What is certain, however, is that they are all effectively the 17j Junghans J600.11 (no date) or J600.12 (with date) movement featuring a transistor-controlled balance and are incredibly accurate.

Regards.

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Good morning all, I hope you are well :thumbsup:

NEWGATE SHIP WATCH (Miyota Quartz movement)

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NEWGATE  LIBERTY  WATCH  (Miyota Quartz movement)

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From 1977, Seiko "Jumbo" 6138-3002 (sadly showing the wrong day - oops)

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