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    My old watch...I’d forgotten about that one. How did we manage to let that one go?!
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    Very nice Tony. I could be quite tempted by that...

    Very nice Tony. I could be quite tempted by that VC if it hits the market...
  3. The one on the right is the original insert. The...

    The one on the right is the original insert. The one on the left I had fitted at Rolex St James a couple of years ago to replace the original (fat font) faded insert. The difference is very...
  4. Looks great on both...but my marginal preference...

    Looks great on both...but my marginal preference remains the Oyster...

    http://i1261.photobucket.com/albums/ii589/originalshark/6C513D00-057E-40B8-AFDD-F82EA017E1F9.jpg
  5. Thread: Friday 25th

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    http://i1261.photobucket.com/albums/ii589/original...

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  6. Try a ref 2639, pre Seamaster, but 36mm

    Try a ref 2639, pre Seamaster, but 36mm
  7. 13 years old is perhaps a little old to be called...

    13 years old is perhaps a little old to be called a baby
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    Vintage Seamasters

    Another favourite vintage Omega reference of mine is the 1960’s Seamaster ref 14389 (or 14390 with a centre sweep). Again, lots of dial variants, the wonderfully robust cal 269 manual wind movement,...
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    http://i1261.photobucket.com/albums/ii589/original...

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  10. Thread: Friday 27/9/19

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    That’s right. 2451 with a very early cal 321
  11. Thread: Friday 27/9/19

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    http://i1261.photobucket.com/albums/ii589/original...

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  12. Thread: Friday 20th

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    http://i1261.photobucket.com/albums/ii589/original...

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    Those hands would bother me at £6k, never mind £65k.
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    The Omega ref 2639 is one of my favourite vintage Omega references. It has a large case with long and beautifully sculpted lugs, 36mm diameter and all dial means that it wears beautifully for a...
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    Yema make "proper" watches. Yema is not a"homage"...

    Yema make "proper" watches. Yema is not a"homage" brand like Steinhart. Yema has been around, and "Made in France" since the 1940's.
  16. Thread: A quick SOTC

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    Very nice Tony. The collection stalwarts are my...

    Very nice Tony. The collection stalwarts are my favourites, of course.
    Glad to hear that you are enjoying life ‘up North’.
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    Fabulous. The only GS that I would consider...

    Fabulous. The only GS that I would consider buying, presently.
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    I do like the current 36mm Datejust, but I’m not sure that i would buy one, the charm and character of a four digit reference will win every time, for me.



    I’m not sure about the London Sky...
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    Vintage Datejust SOTC

    Martyn’s “Should I / Shouldn’t I” thread led me to dig out my old DateJusts. Classic, timeless design. Perfectly sized for any wrist at 36mm and huge variety because of the many dial/bezel/bracelet...
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    Very nice quartet

    Very nice quartet
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    I have to say...that silver dial DJ looks great....

    I have to say...that silver dial DJ looks great. Reminiscent of the most fabulous DateJust reference ever made (in my opinion)...the wonderful "Wide Boy" 1601. Only ever made in a classic 36mm, of...
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    That’s lovely. I have a trio of vintage Visodate. Great value vintage watches and very handsome too

    http://i1261.photobucket.com/albums/ii589/originalshark/DADE48FD-159F-49EC-BB6F-ACDB2C8CA76E.jpg
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    The ‘desirable’ DateJust is the 36mm. That’s the one buyers want. Especially with that blue dial and the black one. Handsome watches. The 41mm is nice, but just a little bloated for many buyers these...
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    Pie Pan sunburst dial from the 1960’s

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  25. Thread: Friday 26th July

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    Large case, bumper movement Polerouter for most...

    Large case, bumper movement Polerouter for most of the week...

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