Quick swap.. welcome to Red Hook . now wearing a 1625 rolex and Queen Mary 2 is in port !
Thank you, sir. It looks like according to Complete Price Guide To Watches, it's circa 1928. Also, it appears that the case diameter is about 32 mm to the outside of the crown.
Perfect time for a pic!
Fortis Flieger at National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY
Flat white and Tri Compax his morning.
For a day of hunting with friends - a stainless steel Constellation
Naturally, I had to wear something with crosshairs
Haven't posted in the WRUW for far too long due to my chronic back pain continuing to get worse but after a really bad last 6 months I decided to trade out my Rolex Sea Dweller and treat myself to a watch I was lusting for so here it is new on my wrist today a Gen1 Vacheron Constantin Overseas with the Girard Perregaux 3100 calibre which is the Vacheron Constantin 1311 calibre.
Opening the pod bay doors?
My first forum watch purchase from February, not worn in quite awhile due to my Zenith Defy from May and the TV dial Speedmaster in July. Polywatch is great stuff, and I won't throw this second tube out by accident like I did my first one.
Geneve Calendar today...
Flight Officer back from service.
Omega Soccer Timer Ref. 145.016 - Cal. 861 (ca. 1971)
5513 pre comex
Same as for the evening,
The dial looks completely black at this angle
That lovely shot is all it takes for me to retrieve mine from the safe, we occasionally get the "what if you could only have one" posts which I tend to ignore but since picking up my Globemaster it has crossed my mind that if it ever came to just one that would probably be it.
Tisell homage to the Submariner LV... Have to admit there's a lot of guilty pleasure with this one.
Stuart, here's another shot of me wearing it today...
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