Double barrel Ultra-Chrons around the house this morning.
This wee rascal was foolish enough to scamper over Hadrian's Wall, quickly strapped to the wrist
My thanks to you know who
I was hoping that would stay in the family. A couple forum members asked about that.
Making a switch to one of the usual day-off watches.
Omega 1957 "Globemaster" Cal. 491. Black Honeycomb. Precurser to the Constellation in the US.
and where did this one sneak in from? Sure i haven't seen this one before....
Speedmaster Mark II Exotic 1970
This also today made it onto my wrist:
No surprise today -
ref. 2484, ca. late '50s. Was my grandfather's watch (my first vintage, which I inherited about 30 years ago). Amazing and somewhat strange to thing that I've had it longer than he did!
That's not so easy to follow....
The ol' 135 today.
Norm, luckily you have the correct wrist size to pull that one off!
A blessing and a curse, some really cool stuff looks a bit small.
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