My flea market find.
1973 Admiral 2304-2 caliber 6952
Five days in a row - that's a record. May have to have it surgically removed
and its brother
How many more to form our own gang ?
Yesterday and today (not the Beatles album)...
Coincidentally, Kermit at work.
Omega 53 at work ( well on a tea break)
Can't go wrong with this 5513...anyway there's moisture in the air!
Just found the perfect NOS NOVAVIT (NSA) bracelet.
This is an absolutely beautiful watch...would you mind telling me a little bit about it?
Thanks. It's a 2002 model with their in-house caliber 1400, the first manual wind 3 hand movement VC made in-house since 1938 when they started using JLC ebauches. VC bought a movement maker formerly called Haut de Gamme in 1998 to make their own in-house components.
It's 36 mm wide and less than 7 mm tall even with the small addition in height from the end of the curved down lugs. The dial is engine turned by hand the old school way, and it's the primary reason I bought the watch. The hands are a nice touch - one side is frosted, the other polished. The fact that it has the Genèva seal was icing on the cake, but means it has to go above and beyond with quality and finishing.
had this one all day today on my wrist, out again for a second test drive...it sure has a loud tick sound but keeps perfect time!
Separate names with a comma.