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This is simular to Machs silver services watch but in 9ct gold dating from 1936 can you tell me what the date of yours is Mach

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Based on the two adverts shown below I`d date them as circa late 1940s early 1950s, the style of the Services logo used on the dials is also slightly different to the one used on pre-WWII models I`ve seen.

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(advert published on 2nd January 1949)

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(advert published 1st January 1951)

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My Seiko 6309-7040

I'm especially proud of this as I bought it with a crown which didn't screw down and I fixed it. My first fixer-upper.

Excuse the daft date, I set it wrong this morning when I put it on and really couldn't be bothered messing about with it.

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Not going out anymore today so changed to my BP50

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that is a stunning looking watch ,but why does it have a paracetamol/ecstacy tablet on the dial.

It's a moisture indicator, if water gets into the watch it changes colour....

very cool what ever it does i think the bp 50 is the best looking vintage watch out there .

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