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    History, watches, clocks and antiques. An expert in none but always trying to learn.

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  1. Sunday Oldies Thread (made before 1990)

    9ct Omega, calibre 268, from 1960.
  2. That's a lovely hunter pocket watch which looks to be in great condition. It is all the more special as a family heirloom with its provenance, from new almost 100 years ago, to your great grandfather.
  3. Saturday 21st watches

    Omega "pie pan" Constellation today.
  4. Sunday Oldies Thread (made before 1990)

    This Rolex Oyster Speedking to start the day.
  5. Saturday Watch Parade 07.10.17

    9ct Longines, calibre 30L, from 1964.
  6. Fabulous Friday WRUW.

    That is a beautiful watch.
  7. Fabulous Friday WRUW.

    9ct Longines Flagship, calibre 340, from 1962.
  8. Auto Thursday.

    18ct Omega, circa 1947, calibre 28.10.RA.SC.PC
  9. Today's haul.

    A nice mix of watches, well done. Going by the Omega movement number of 42 million etc would date it to circa 1979. The 166 code in the case back represents it as being a gents watch, automatic with centre seconds and water resistant & calendar. It's a very smart dress watch.
  10. Saturday Watch Parade 30.09.17

    Omega Geneve, calibre 1022, from circa 1976.
  11. 'Decoration of Watch Movements & Dials'

    An excellent idea for a post Alan, very informative with great pictures as examples.
  12. FRIDAY again. HAGW all.

    9ct cushion cased Tavannes from 1937.
  13. Thursday "AUTOMATICS" 28/09/2017

    A Smiths Everest for today.
  14. Quartz Wednesday.

    Still enjoying the 9ct Ingersoll, thanks @Slim2500
  15. Sunday Young Guns (Made After 1990)

    With the modern camp this morning with this 9ct Ingersoll from 2001 which I just received & am enjoying from @slim2500. Thanks again Ryan.

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