The bracelet is SS and white gold.
166.039 caliber 565
Bunch a 'nablers around here.. And I don't mind it.
Small Longines stopsecond from '38
starting the work week with an all-original FOIS! well sort of! minus the no-name leather strap!
Today, it's the 2892
Here photographed on my 1947 copy of "Practical Watch Repairing". Originally gifted to a "George" on Christmas 1946, perhaps this was owned by the late George Daniels?
Today, the Cyma WWW:
Tudor as well, just a bit newer.
Very nice - I really like those. I was tempted to get one of those but went with a 61 instead
They are beauties. I am still looking for a birth year watch (1975) and it may be a blue snowflake sub.
Tudor BBB for me also!
My "new" CH30. I love this watch so much I'm wearing it everyday.
-show at work
but this made me today
Change up for Spring in Boston.
Properly attired and out of work early.
Enjoying the crazy weather now
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