I just checked my Canadian watch and jewellery trade mark registry for the era of your Tradition. There are four (or were four) companies using the name Tradition as a trade mark. The only one of the four companies that I know for sure actually used the Tradition name on watches was Sears. Do you know that Heuer actually used the Tradition name on watches? Heuer used many Leonidas calibers in their chronograph watches in that era. Did Heuer own Leonidas? But Leonidas movements were used a lot in watches that were not connected directly to Heuer, as well.
Just received the [emoji768] bracelet for 65!!!!!!
Very happy as the watch now looks more classy and robust:
A rare Wentworth today, from about 1929. A model named after a late 19th C. Chicago mayor, I believe.
This recently had its first service in about a decade...but I have to admit I don't wear it too often, it's rather on the small side (even more me).
It's the only speedy I have for speedy Tuesday ....
My only speedy also
Congratulations looks sweet on the 65.[emoji122]
I've been tempted to order 1. Where did you purchase yours if you don't mind?
Good morning. Had to go with the latest addition again.
3184.108.40.206.01 calibre 1861
Flying in the back of planes is way less cool than having the front seat with the forward view...
Blue skies, y'all!
Been wearing it all week and I was going to change it up but then I realized it's Tuesday.
Am I a fashion victim ?!?
I had an "inside" information" that my local retailer waiting today some pieces.
I was outside the shop and grabbed the first one unboxed!!!!!!!
new elephant strap for the Speedy
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