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this old WW2 era beast today..

Morning...   1960's Vostok 'Precision Class' chronometer. Cal: 2809, 22 jewel.   Added the 50's Soviet mechanical Grammometer as a twist on the usual picture co

Morning Mathey-Tissot 'Rolly Vintage' (Cal: SW 200-1)  

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8 hours ago, Karrusel said:

 

Added the 50's Soviet mechanical Grammometer as a twist on the usual picture composition.

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A new one on me I had to google to find out what it was used for
 

Every day is a school day
 

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LV today nice gentle breeze off the sea, looked a bit choppy for those little fishing boats.

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43 minutes ago, BondandBigM said:

I had to google to find out what it was used for...

 

 

I was thinking, when posting, knowing your engineering background, 'bet the Sultan will know what this is used for' :hmmm9uh:

I had a strong suspicion as to what this was & it's purpose, when first viewing it, as a colleague has a G.E.C. Coventry made one.

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ANTIQUE ENGLAND TOOL General Electric Co With Scale In Grams ...

His father worked with his example at G.E.C. when testing electrical contacts on Spitfire assembly during WW11.

 

An interesting (fully functioning) bauble with box & papers, for a few pounds.

As you say, "every day is a school day"....for me too!

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