Lovely Classic. These are most wonderful wearing watches. Here's mine on a strap.
Some chores around the house earlier so "Spotty Muldoon" it was -
Grey and raining here on the other side of the world too, Alex, so, just to brighten things up a little -
Ref. 6424 Oyster Precision today. Birth year watch. I was a tritium baby!
... lost somewhere in here
Both pics, credit Alain2701... I forgot my camera myself
Some patina today. Omega cal351 ref: 2584 / 2480-1. 1949'ish.
Just keep coming back to this one.
Can I just say, "Dibs!" please
I have the longest waiting list ever on this one
Considering it comes with the full OEM set including papers, certificate of high precision... and original Omega elephant leather bracelet...
..... I'm afraid this time capsule is nothing but the definitive absolute keeper
today... Heuer Skipper. 15640 blue with the late register
Wrong day... Wrong date... Right watch!
STUNNING...this should have a very long waiting list!
WOW, Alex, just fantastic...the colors and the dial with the coin edge bezel, really beautiful!
Thanks Ed, really diggin this dial, goes great with a pair of jeans! mandatory wrist shot:
Not always the AT
A WW2 Hanhart cal. 54 (stripped down cal. 40).
Is that a dark blue strap...it looks great with it and the detail on that dial is incredible, really sharp overall. I'm not a big C-case or electric watch guy...but this could sway a person!
My current favorite El P today, the best thing to come out of Kansas since... I'm struggling here... ummmm... Clark Kent? Dorothy? Sorry Kansas, couldn't think of anything else.
Yes. It's a navy lizard skin. The dial has almost a textured centre, and it changes through different blues depending on the light source.
Been taking a few evening shots so decided to wear this one.. Sadly, It doesn't get the wrist time is deserves at the minute..
How can anyone not drool over this connie? it's so beautiful! The day I find one with box & papers it will be being passed down to my kids...eventually, If I have any!
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