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mach 0.0013137

Senior Sunday (pre-1990)

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One for the Jet-set...

ROAMER STINGRAY  JT  (Jet Time), Model No.734-9120.901, Valjoux 7734, 17 Jewels, circa 1970.

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14 minutes ago, mach 0.0013137 said:

One for the Jet-set...

ROAMER STINGRAY  JT  (Jet Time), Model No.734-9120.901, Valjoux 7734, 17 Jewels, circa 1970.

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Is that the Pan Am logo between the J and T ?

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Three military Zenith watches, from left to right:
1. Zenith M.S.Wajsk/Z.Jeznacki/Warszawa - Zenith pocket watch for the Polish army just before WW2 (M.S.Wajsk - Polish Ministry of War Affairs); year 1936; cal. 18-28-3-P.
2. Zenith DH wrist watch for the German Army; circa 1942; stainless steel case; cal. 12-4-P-6.
3. Zenith DH pocket watch for the German Army; circa 1943; cal. 193-P-6.

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Poor lighting on board the stenaline to Holland.  Off today to a vintage watch fair in Holland, Rikketik.  Write up later

 

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9 hours ago, WRENCH said:

Is that the Pan Am logo between the J and T ?

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I hadn`t noticed before but have to admit it does look like it  :yes:

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Failed to sell this (though I did have some insultingly low offers) so have decided to keep it. Pretty sure that at least some of it is pre 1990.:hmmm9uh:

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Will probably swap later to this one:

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I`m currently carrying some old Swiss Gold...

LONGINES ADMIRAL HF, cal. 6942  17 Jewels, circa 1970s.

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OMEGA Seamaster cal.1315, circa late 1970s.

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Some crackers on here today. I've been out helping at the little lads rugby then gardening so have just settled down with the old Omega Imperial :thumbsup:

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My last swap...

 

ServiceS CALENDAR, 17 Jewels, SWISS MADE, circa 1960s  

& hmt Jawan  W10, cal.0231 17 Jewels, (made in India by Hindustan Machine Tools Ltd), circa 1960s/70s.

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26 minutes ago, William_Wilson said:

Omega Seamaster Chronograph, cal.1040

Something new learned today, a very interesting movement. :thumbsup:

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