Last “big” purchase…
The box was not purchased with the watch, but it’s the correct model for this period.. with some others
It’s my favorite chronograph.. with the classic Speed’. First bath of production, guys if you have the specific box for this model, I’m your man!
This isn’t a watch, this is a tool..
This was the watch of a Australian soldier of WW1, Cubitt William Arnold James laundry number 7144, he was farmer, you can find him on NARA Australian archives, I will tell you his story in a specific post if you would. I have proposed the watch to the Omega Museum, but it was declined. Always good running about 10sec/d in advance..
It’s all for the moment, the rest is dismounted for service or not under the hand ^^
Are you sure you’re not James May?
Welcome to you from Texas.
Glad you joined us
Thank you for all the nice watch photos.
Love the Atmos!!
Greetings from FL/ME, US. Really impressive and impressively varied collection you posted. You’ll fit in swimmingly. Welcome!
Hello and bienvenue from Cote d´Azur
(Where it is difficult to find a (certified) watchmaker for OMEGAs)
An eclectic and impressive collection -- thank you for sharing! Welcome to the OF from Hong Kong!
Bienvenue à toi!
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