Angelus cal 215 today.
You sexy motherf****r....
As i have mentioned already this new watch to me on 12th November 2016 really has become The One for me and hasn't been off my wrist since it arrived and I am now actually starting to sell off my other watches. So here it is my Vacheron Constantin Gen1 Military Dial 42042/423A in all its glory.
30/3/17 by Marc Obermann, on Flickr
Last year I inquired about the watch being worn in a photo of Beatles producer George Martin.
Soon a similar one was found, just for fun. A year later I got around to having it serviced and it's just now back home from the shop. The watch has been running since Monday morning. It's lost six seconds.
Shop says the movement is a Felsa 4007N (internet image).
Longines 4194 crappy office lighting
calibre 12.68z circa 1953
Gloomy day requires a colorful watch....
More rain today. A little sprinkle never hurt a speedy!
I swear I've seen this watch all over Instagram the last few days. I either follow you or its a complete coincidence. I'm mesmerized by the lollipop.
Day 4... aka Friday for me! Feeling greyer than the grey skies today.
After about a decade of contemplating if I wanted to spend $225 on the strap and $285 on the clasp, I went to a local AD yesterday and tried them on and was blown away. The curved endpieces make a huge difference, no more gap between the springbar and the bezel.
Loving it today on Throwback Thursday.
A Late happy birthday ,
Great vintage watches... here's mine...
Checking out for a few days with the Ploprof.
Back to this old diver on a sunny day in LA. Best to all.
Got a wild hair today.
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