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A couple of pocket watches....a Waltham that I had a few years ago...(Steve aka AVO has this now).

PW, Waltham decorated movement.

And my Grandfather's long service watch...a Garrard PW in an 18ct case. The watch was already over 100 years old when he chose it from a selection offered in 1954, the date letter (lower case k) dates it to 1845-6

PW Garrard.

PW Garrard.

PW Garrard.

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Seiko 7546A / 7548 in 7548 diver, not sure if the past repair was just the 7546A circuit plate or the whole movement, either way it is essentially the same movement but with one less jewel in the 7546 and no battery strap. It is said that the 7548 might have a higher torque yet others say it hasn't (the coils have the same part number). So if there are any knackered 7548 divers out there you know what you can use to bring it back.  


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Omega Seamaster 1966, cal. 552, 24 jewels:


Longines L619.2 (ETA 2892-A2), 21 jewels:


Alpina Startimer AL525 (ETA 2824-2), 25 jewels:


Poljot 3133, 23 jewels:


Omega Master Co-axial calibre 8500, 39 jewels:


Sea-Gull ST19, 21 jewels:


Vostok calibre 2409A, 17 jewels:


Vostok calibre 2414A, 17 jewels:




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