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Discussion in 'Wrist Watches' started by doug sinclair, Sep 26, 2003.
Omega Constellation case back 14900.62.SC. Cal. 561
Hate to admit it, but I am wearing a Pebble Watch. Not only that, but the software allows me to create my own display. In reserve, however, is my Seiko Dive watch. All of the other watches I have seen are beautiful.
This is on today. Probably a couple of dollars during the depression(?) A Legna 6 jewel 2 adjustment movement. It stays running when it wants to. .... Don't even remember where I got it, probably 35 - 40 years ago. I like the look of it.
Special for the ladie's this Dubois
New Year's Eve this
A pleasant and safe year end
Rare woman watch ORANO with ETA 1170 movement 1950's
WW1 US Army Signal Corps Zenith wristlet
Very nice watch
Today is my 14k and diamond dial Longines watch.
Today a one dollar watch KELTON from the 70' made in U.S.
and yes it still works
New watch day! Vostok Amphibia.
OMEGA Geneve 1970s I think
German air force issued Junghans bund
Very nice watch
Codosa 15 j. art nouveau 50'
US Military Issued Benrus Type II Class A diver
Today is a Hamilton platinum diamond dial in a jobbers case.
Today , .... and pretty regularly this Whittenhaur. I've had it for decades, don't know much about it. I think I bought it at a 'rummage sale', non-running for a couple of dollars. I guess from the 50's or 60's maybe? A little interesting to me in that the movement comes out through the crystal side (remove the crystal). it is very thin overall.
the face isn't in great shape, sort of a frosted pattern that is aged. I haven't had the movement out in a number of years, I should take it out and get the information off it to figure out the age. It runs nicely.
Here's a Waltham I've had for several years. 7j, serial 20632432, ca 1914-15, size 0 movement
Today Jenco with a very precise movement
Vintage Glycine Airman Special
RGM 300 Professional Diver.
Vintage Hamilton 14k white gold & diamonds! Love it!
Today is my Bulova Accutron Spaceview.
Wearing this older Sinn made in the 1980's with a hand wind 7760 movement with bund style sweep hand made when Helmut Sinn owned and worked at Sinn in memory today due to his passing.
Helmut Sinn, Legendary Maker of Pilot’s Watches, Dies at 102 | SJX Watches
ORATOR Art Deco
A Tissot 1853 T race
Casio Chrono Cheapie! 82 Buckaroos at Walmart. Water resistant to 50 Meters.
Reads Day date and hour on sub dials. it is a bit heavier than other watches I have worn, but I am becoming accustomed to it.
Has great styling...
Marcks & Co Bombay & Poona
Junk box find of the year! Westclox wrist ben 1950 James dean, Tempus divers watch 1970's and a Ball trainmaster official railroad automatic. What a deal for 5 bucks and a box full of vintage watch bands.
PONTIAC 1940 Art deco style
Seiko sport diver 6106 that I just serviced to verify function. nice old 70's watch has a good look and feel. Joe.
Breakfast with my TISSOT Seastar Automatic
A silver cased Swiss watch. Movement has a trademark, but half of it is missing, so it's not readible...
You have a picture of the movement ?
PONTIAC 1972 Piquerez case ETA 2782 movement
Here it is. Marked **DY W.Co
Pontiac Nageur 1950s
Orient GMT, circa 2010.
My lovely Tissot I got from my neighbour on my 18th birthday. Despite it's a gents watch, it belonged to her mother before. A nice gift and now, after almost 15 years still among my favorite watches...
Right now, one of my every day wear’ers (I’ve got two of these) my Maratac.
I love this watch with its classic style vintage aircraft instrument panel watch face, offset crown, prowerful night lume and nylon Maratac strap!
My lovely Montdor with FHF 26 mov.
Rado Satellite 1960-61
Art Deco 1920s ,silver case with Niello
ALEURE 1940s by Piaget
Gold BAUME & MERCIER 1960s
1960 (or late 50s) 18ct Ernest Borel Automatic (18ct bracelet is later).