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For as old as it is, it really looks nice. Cool case style. PeterGreen gold!
This Glycine with 18-jewel movement in an 18kt gold case is positively green-hued when compared to other solid gold watches around here.
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This is my first vintage watch, owned since the early 1980s. It was found in a World War II .50 caliber ammo box full of old handloading accessories, mostly to fit the .303 British. It had a dry crusty bit of strap on it and was rattling around in the bottom with steel loading dies, tools, bullet casting handles, a powder measure and a powder scale, along with a double hand full of brass .303 cases. I wound it and it ran. Asked the relative giving me the ammo box if he wanted the watch, but he did not.
Glycine 46 = ETA 900That's the one roughbarked.
I'm sure it isn't a Glycine original design, but I don't know the movement's design origin.
Really like this Bulova, just a smart-looking watch, very nice!
My Thomas Funder has now reached it’s first full moon. There are 3 different modules for displaying the age of the moon, but I only have one.