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Saturday 29th May display


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Another Seiko, 40 yrs since I spotted this, a stone's throw from the beach we're off to today.

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It was on leather back then, expecting an easy life as a dress watch, but it was my daily and is well worn.

 OK, badly worn!

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Couple more of my ol' thorns today (sorry)...

1954 Mido Multifort superautomatic powerwind.

Cal: 0917P (Size 10.5"), 17 jewel. GP case.

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Late 50's-60 Multifort, superautomatic powermind.

Cal: 0917R EQ (size 12"), 17 jewel, SS case.

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Both movements fitted with Mido's Incastar regulator, & fitted in Bernard Taubert patented Decagonal cases.

 

Rather fond of ol' thorns...

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Morning,

This Italian-made Aretta, dating from the ‘60s, running on a French-made 17j Lorsa 238A and beautifully complemented by a really classy strap.

Today’s effort was made by Francesco Marinsek of Trieste (Est. 1954) about whom I never found very much, other than a report of the Italian tax authorities coming a-knocking on Francesco’s door in 1989. Outcome unknown, but probably just one of these “misunderstandings” which occur from time to time.

Regards.

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2 hours ago, Karrusel said:

 

Couple more of my ol' thorns today (sorry)...

1954 Mido Multifort superautomatic powerwind.

Cal: 0917P (Size 10.5"), 17 jewel. GP case.

Z9TJCd5.jpg

 

 

LQGp8CN.jpg

 

Rather fond of ol' thorns...

 

:biggrin:

Now you're milking it ...

:laughing2dw:

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