‘71 Speedy on an 1175/640 flat link ...
Omega US Army, a smoke and a dog
Longines WW1 Era sweep seconds officers watch.....
Seamaster chrono 105.004 from 1964. The dial has taken on a “champagne” hue and maybe one could consider those spots to be the beads in the champagne, or maybe just corrosion. Trusty 321, beautiful case with edges you could cut bread with
Old school watch and transport for work today, only two hours forty eight and a half minutes left to go
Very nice especially taking under consideration it's age! Is it WWI trenches watch?
Hard to say But it is for sure a very nice sundial!
Well, in the absence of any objections, I’m wearing it on a bracelet.
(Video screen reflected in the glossy dial and dome crystal.)
Sun shining on the righteous of Alba this morning
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