Well, my old Nikon D100 has just been retired after 18 years of use. I just replaced it with a new Nikon D850, which takes me from 8 Mexapixels up to 45.7 Megapixels. The sensor and color density, and other related software are also much improved. So I shot these pix with my new camera, my same old but excellent Nikon 60mm/f2.8 micro lens (everyone else calls these "macro" lenses, but Nikon calls it a micro lens), a new electronic remote shutter release, and a right angle viewer on my old copy stand. I shot the pix in aperture priority mode at f14 for good depth of field. The subject is one of the two extravagant 65th birthday presents I recently bought myself: an American Grade 20 Size, 20 jewel Waltham, SN 150,024, with Stratton's patent barrel and Fogg's vibrating hairspring stud regulator. The 18K case is by Celestine Jacot & Brother. But of course, even cropped, the original JPG's were too big to post here.