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    One of my favorites as well. “Wavy Wednesday” it is. 9BB61ED5-5DDF-4011-86B8-F13696A5F3AB.jpeg
     
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    Interesting fact I learnt today in anticipation of thr Tokyo Olympics was that this Grand Seiko 43999 was marketed in 1964 for tourists going to Japan for the Olympics then!

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  6. Darlinboy Pratts! Will I B******S!!! Jun 23, 2021

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    Longines endures…HAGD All!
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    Apparently it's wavy Wednesday :)
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    Late speedy Tuesday entrant

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  10. noelekal Jun 23, 2021

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    The '57 Constellations, with their 505 movements, and these style markers on the dials are my favorite Omegas of all, even over Speedmasters. Gasp, did he really say that?!!!

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    New to me Skx011, enjoying the sunshine
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    Recently acquired Captain Cook on a new Fluco Racing strap in the brilliant morning sun here in the Great (not-so) White North
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  18. 149montblanc Jun 23, 2021

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    Enjoying my Lange 1 Platinum Timezone! :D

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  19. Canuck Jun 23, 2021

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    Camping for a few days, and wearing my “sacrifice” Seiko. But for fun, I also wore a pocket watch. This one is a private label for “Black’s”, (D E Black) a watchmaker who moved from Ontario (Canada) to Calgary in 1903, to seek his fortune. He needed to get busy in a hurry as he landed here with 25 cents in his pocket. He took a job with an established local jeweller, L H Doll. He worked there for about one year, and started his own business in a 12’ x 7’ store. He had good trade with local railroaders, servicing their railroad standard pocket watches. By the early 1920s, he was employing a staff of about 60 (many of them were watchmakers and goldsmiths). He sold out to Henry Birks & Sons in about 1923. This watch is likely from prior to 1920, and I have a suspicion it was a service loaner which he loaned to a railroader whose watch was being repaired. Swiss, 17-jewels, patent regulator, “safety barrel”, recently transplanted to this case which replaced a dreadful rolled gold plated case that was fugly. Shown on my @DaveK mystery braid lanyard, Mark 1.

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