I am going to sell it (although this is not an offering as per the rules)
I've got this Zenith 1975 cal 2572C. It has Shantung technique processed face according to Rössler's book (page 185).
speaking of time only here is a sweet one:
still have the original signed winder which I have replaced now -preservation
My first and my one and only Zenith. This one has alleged military provenance. I've seen some fine examples of these on these forums. This one has quite interesting patina as the radium has spread across the chocolaty dial.
Ladies watch ? from 1929.
here is a flashy one!
A bit of a mystery here: Time only piece with a Cal 106 from 1947.
Quite a vintage one.
WWII Zenith - Dienstuhr delivered to the Wehrmacht troops.
This is why Zenith was not permitted to sell in the USA just post WWll. Participating in the transgression!
Zenith Cal 146D. I'm thinking of changing the dial to a NOS and keep the original. Good idea?
Beautiful. I'd leave it as is...
Another beauty from @Darlinboy
This one came last week after an extensive hunt. I'm still amazed...
Amazing! I love two register Zenith Chronos.
And @seedo - keep the dial. (on the watch)
It has great character, as is. I like the patinated look. I would keep it on the watch, but it's yours to do as you wish...
Here's my 146D:
This is beautiful!
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