It's Huge. I do love the wide offering of the Speedmaster line. Of course I'm a sucker for any Omega with a blue dial. For that matter, any blue dial watch.
New to me...I hope that I looked this good at 50
thin green shade
Its Sunday...time to bring out my 18k Rose gold 1959-60 Omega Geneve...date wrong no time to change...late for church!!
Beautiful! Oh, and dibs.
Newly arrived and in rotation after a long date setting ritual.
Fresh flea market find depth gauge on original Tropic strap...
Seiko Fives Save Lives... usually. But today is the St. Patrick's day parade so Seiko Fives Help Out Drunks.
Again today. Survived a three hour fiddle gig, on my bowing arm, last night. Early to mid 1950s, caliber 355, Date at 6:00. Dial is original and unrestored. Watch survived in pieces for well over 40 years, in a tin can of watch parts. A joy to own and wear.
Movement image courtesy Dr. Roland Ranfft's movement archive.
Guinand Flying Officer for the morning.
Citizen Alarm Date - 1960s, 37mm and handwound. Checks many of the right boxes for me. Been on my wrist for several days now
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