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    Re: Military Collections

    It is one of my favourites too.
    It's also a good watch to wear, sits nice and is not too small on the wrist like its predecessors.
    Roger

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    Re: Military Collections

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerB
    Omega 53

    Roger
    To my mind, the Omega TA is the most gorgeous of all military watches, bar none. I'm not naturally an envious chap, but I'll make an exception in this case... Stunning :drunken:
    That is magnificent.

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    Re: Military Collections

    Very nice. Very clean watch with hands to die for!

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    Re: Military Collections

    The FA is very nice though.


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    Re: Military Collections

    I personally prefer the look of JLC and IWC.



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    1.USA, Benrus class A, type II diver
    2.France, Avricoste Spirotechnique diver
    3.Israel, Eterna Kontiki Super IDF diver
    4.Germany, Heuer Bundeswehr chronograph

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    Like the look of that Benrus.
    Roger

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    Re: Military Collections

    Wow those are nice!

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    Re: Military Collections

    I hawe colection of military pocket watches and stopwatches,but I wona buy some military hnd watch if someone hawe to sold tell me!
    Nice colections during time I will put pictures of my colection!
    :blackknight:

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    Re: Military Collections

    with limited space & funds I had to settle for these four IWC
    B'Uhr / Mark 9 / 10/& 11



    Ivan
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    Re: Military Collections

    My colection of military watches.

    First six are:2 Walthams,2 Elgins WWI & WWII,H.Williamson,Elgin stopwatch




    Another six watches are:2 perfect Omegas,2 Helvetia,Moeris and Doxa




    Another six watches:2 unmarked,Coltbert,Damas,Cyma,Unmarked with stopwatch




    Another Six watches are:2 Certinas,unmarked WWI,Canadian,Unmarked and Precista stopwatch




    This is group photo




    Naw is capital photo with two pilot Helvetia in very good condition,Eterna WWI,two cilinder watches one is bulgarian given for war resultats second is Ugarian cilinder watch both in mint condition dial and movement,and last is military sign with paper of soldier who is give to me with one military Omega,and Bilodas with sign of german military.




    This is not my all colection I hawe few more military watches,few fusee in mint condition,few cilinder on key,2 in gold case,few Omegas in silver...About 100 watches and stopwatches hawe in colection

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    Re: Military Collections

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Melbourne
    with limited space & funds I had to settle for these four IWC
    B'Uhr / Mark 9 / 10/& 11

    Ivan
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    Love your understatement Ivan! I'd "settle" for any of them. It's a great mini-collection. The NATO dialled W.W.W. is unusual, don't see many of them.

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    Thanks for sharing guys... really nice collections :thumbright:

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    Re: British selection

    :!: :D wow!
    Quote Originally Posted by Alphafloor
    Quote Originally Posted by IanD

    And I thought I had too many watches! That is a very serious and impressive collection. What are they all?

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    Servus,

    I have got mostly Wehrmacht Wrist Watches, but also some W.W.W.





    Regards Felix

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    Re: Military Collections

    some Record dial variants I have collected.

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    Re: Military Collections

    I feel quite normal now after seeing all of these!! :wink:

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    Military Collections

    Quote Originally Posted by 55JWB
    I feel quite normal now after seeing all of these!! :wink:
    let's see a picture of yours!!

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    As regards to me, I only keep watches I wear regularly, so they are few, no more than ten...

    I can't stand watches waiting in a box !!

    Today I am wearing this Tudor 94010 from the french Marine Nationale :


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    Revue Thommen


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    Some fabulous collections on here, i am very envious.

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    1991 Precista stop watch

    I got this one last week.


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    screwdrivers

    fabulous collections

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent B View Post
    As regards to me, I only keep watches I wear regularly, so they are few, no more than ten...

    I can't stand watches waiting in a box !!

    Today I am wearing this Tudor 94010 from the french Marine Nationale :

    Stunning Tudor MN. I have got a Tudor Blue Snowflake in great shape, but unfortunately not the MN. Sad how just a few extra engravings can make you less enthused about the watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris View Post
    a part of my collection - some Omega`s

    Well I guess that must make you an authority on the Omega WWW's. Have you got extra parts by chance. I think mine has a replacement sub sec hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Melbourne View Post
    with limited space & funds I had to settle for these four IWC
    B'Uhr / Mark 9 / 10/& 11



    Ivan
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    These are great. For some reason, the old IWCs still look bang up to date.

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    Cool Woooooow

    Awesome collection guy's

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    56 collection

    Recent addition to update the 56 set...

    Sorry for the quality of the picture, as I should use the better camera instead of Smartphone



    Enjoy

  30. #230
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    A wonderful collection!

    I've always thought that the Omega 6b/159 has such elegance for a military watch and yet it remains purposeful. If that makes any sense at all.

    I do keep an eye on the forums and eBay but I've yet to find an example that ticks all the boxes...

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    Cool

    Nice collection,takes some perseverence.

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    Not military but I like them !


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    Rare Beuchat 1000m with issue number n298 (??)





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    :)


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    "old" but good G Shock from the french Marine Nationale...


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    Thanks for sharing

    While can we have the pictures of the caseback and marking??

    Best regards,

    Hans

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    I have various markings, including the number one from 1998 (L-98/01); two from Toulon (TN 1998 and TN 1999) and I am waiting one from Brest (BT 1999 = the rarer !)


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    Here the close up of one marking,

    you can clearly see the laser matrix that has engraved the steel :


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    Excellent close-up. How interesting. You have a wonderful collection of these.

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    Nice looking omega, what model is it?

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    Deutsche Luftwaffe from 1940 to now

    A few examples for German Air Force Chronographs, starting with a Hanhart 1940 and ending with the official NATO Flying Officers from Tutima, introduced 1985.

    1940 Hanhart (Cal. 40) - 1957 Hanhart 417 (Cal. 42) - 1960 Junghans 088/0111 (J88) - 1967 Heuer 1550SG (Valjoux 230) - 1985 Tutima 798 (Lemania 5100)



    Many greetings

    Felix

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    A few more ;-)


    Best Regards

    Jimmy

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    Jimmy, you completed it with the missing models with Lemania 5100 movement like Tengler, PD Orfina, and Arctos. The mechanical time in the Luftwaffe ends with the new Quarz models from Tutima:(

    Felix

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    Not wearable !!


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    some nice watches on show here!

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    Yeah I am fairly certain everyone here has bid against or tried to get the same watch as alphafloor at least once



    Quote Originally Posted by SSK007 View Post
    That is alot :shock:

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    Wow, that JLC is perfect. The IWC is nice too, but I think I am setting my sights on a JLC mk xi next, that one is just perfect, I am not sure I have seen too many in that kind of shape. Great find!


    Quote Originally Posted by Alphafloor View Post
    I personally prefer the look of JLC and IWC.



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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny B View Post
    My collection has been focused on primarily Dive watches since I started collecting. Although there have been many that have come and gone ( Benrus Types 1 & 2, IDF Eterna Kontiki, Heuer Bundeswehr Chronos, Blancpain Bundesmarine, to name a few but I am very happy with my collection as it stands Right now.


    From Top left
    1 Cyma RN diver
    2 Marathon SAR 2006 contract
    3 Tudor 7016 Submariner ( not issue, buit the Olangopo belonged to a US navy diver
    4 Marine Nationale Issued G-Shock

    from Bottom Left
    1 RAN clearance diver Droz super compressor
    2 Blancpain Milspec 1, thought to have been issued to US Navy divers
    3 Precista 93 RN diver

    Hope you enjoy

    Regards
    John
    Wow!, this post brings back some fond memories!!

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    Here is my little collection, looking for an Omega Seamaster 300 BigTriangle military issued





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    I thought I would bring back this post here is how mine military collection has changed over the years lets see how yours has changed since you last posted on this thread.

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