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Morning, starting with this one:

Happy Saturday everyone. Today I are mostly wearing the 2007(?) Okeah 3133   Cheers

Poljot Buran today:

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Well I don't know what to wear - had a day off yesterday which therefore felt like Saturday, but tomorrow is definitely Sunday and we are going on a trip, which makes today a kind of limbo Sunterday. Think I'll time-warp with a 76 Timex, although I think I got mine in the Autumn of '75 when I started 'big school'.  It was the year Starsky And Hutch came out, and I thought the go-faster stripes were pretty much on trend!  Of course, like everything in our house at the time, it was made in Great Britain.  None of your foreign Swiss rubbish thanks.

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This one came from @scottswatches

That one thing? 19mm lugs grrr ...

Quite a premium to pay for decent 19mm straps for some reason.

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HAGWE

 

 

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Morning,

Today it’ll be this 36mm Jean Stéphane.There are no likely makers recorded but most probably French-made in the 1970s. Perhaps a private label job as I don’t recall ever having seen another example.

This one runs on a 17j FE 4611A auto with Antichoc 102

Regards.

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55 minutes ago, Jet Jetski said:

Well I don't know what to wear - had a day off yesterday which therefore felt like Saturday, but tomorrow is definitely Sunday and we are going on a trip, which makes today a kind of limbo Sunterday. Think I'll time-warp with a 76 Timex, although I think I got mine in the Autumn of '75 when I started 'big school'.  It was the year Starsky And Hutch came out, and I thought the go-faster stripes were pretty much on trend!  Of course, like everything in our house at the time, it was made in Great Britain.  None of your foreign Swiss rubbish thanks.

IMG_20200815_084524221(1)(1).thumb.jpg.eb27ad6f65c2a93614ae2dd80104ddd6.jpg

This one came from @scottswatches

That one thing? 19mm lugs grrr ...

Quite a premium to pay for decent 19mm straps for some reason.

IMG_20200815_085551259(1).thumb.jpg.3964fd9215b2426fb646e61f22540248.jpg

HAGWE

 

 

British made, 3/4 inch lugs. Nice though. 

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Golden wedding anniversary today....was hoping ,nay expecting, a golden watch inscribed for 50 years punishment..

however a lovely card and a promise...can’t be bad!
 So the Carlsberg watch...if they made watches...

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1 hour ago, bridgeman said:

Golden wedding anniversary today....was hoping ,nay expecting, a golden watch inscribed for 50 years punishment..

however a lovely card and a promise...can’t be bad!
 So the Carlsberg watch...if they made watches...

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I like that - so many Citizen chronos crossed off my list because one of the sub-dials is the dreaded 24hr dial, but not this one! Very cool piece.  And congratulations!

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