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About davidcxn

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  • Birthday 28/04/1962

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

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  1. Hamilton & Inches Edinburgh

    I’m afraid not, was just told that was the reason it couldn’t be repaired. Still love the watch though because of its age & being retailed in Edinburgh.
  2. That’s an impressive transformation & well done managing to fit it yourself, it looks great.
  3. Hamilton & Inches Edinburgh

    Hi @animalone The deco watch is indeed missing a hand but is also unfortunately not working. As I recall I handed it into a watchmaker, over 20 years ago, and was told a part was required that couldn’t be sourced. I have kept it safe ever since because I liked it and the Edinburgh connection. Love the silver clock, that must have been a huge disappointment at the time not to have been able to buy it.
  4. The sad passing of Mr Levity

    Very sad news Emily, condolences to yourself and family.
  5. Hamilton & Inches Edinburgh

    That’s a fantastic collection, thank you for sharing. I have a few Hamilton & Inches time pieces, starting with this one which is very similar to yours...... ........ with the same coded 157 movement.. Your dual signed Omega is lovely, this is another example, an open faced Omega pocket watch dating to the mid 1930s... a Wyler watch from the same era... One of my favourites is this small silver carriage clock from 1920. another picture for scale.. While the watch hasn’t survived this silver fronted Goliath pocket watch travel case, retailed by Hamilton and Inches, dates to 1901.
  6. The Sunday Oldies Thread - Pre-1990!

    Giving this 9ct Trebex a turn today.
  7. Saturday 9th watches

    This 9ct Omega, 26.5T3, from 1946 today.
  8. Friday 8th December 2017

    This 9ct Longines Flagship from 1962 today.
  9. Automatics Thursday~7th December.

    Omega Constellation calibre 551.
  10. Incoming...

    That’s a stunning watch watch Richard, no wonder your are thrilled. Congratulations also for the exciting news about the special new addition to your family next year.
  11. The Sunday Oldies Thread - Pre-1990!

    Smiths Everest for today.
  12. The Saturday display thread~2nd December.

    This 9ct Majex from 1964 today.
  13. ZentRa Watches: A Picture Thread and Some Notes

    Very interesting post and some great examples of their watches. I have one of their Kreigsmarine, German Navy, issue watches.. .. with it's designated 338 movement.
  14. So sad. RIP Bob Sheruncle

    Very sad news, RIP Bob & condolences to family and friends.
  15. Sunday Seniors (pre-1990)

    This Rolex Perpetual Explorer Precision for today.

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