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    Quote Originally Posted by Lammylee View Post

    Schofield Signalman GMT PR. I’ve seen the occasional Schofield model posted but not sure if anyone on here also owns one of the 300 of these produced.
    I don't have one of those but do have a Schofield Blacklamp which I suspect be the only one on the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB2 View Post
    I don't have one of those but do have a Schofield Blacklamp which I suspect be the only one on the forum.
    Next level!

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post

    2. The JLC Master Hometime. I don’t know why I think that no-one else has one here on TZ-UK, I could well be wrong!






    What do you own that you think might be the only one here on the forum?
    I sold my Hometime on SC a few years back, one of my biggest regrets, I believe it is still here....LOL

    I would have it back in a blink but they just do not show, hence me widening my search to include a Reserve De Marche.

    Fantastic watch buddy, enjoy. grrrrrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    a Reserve De Marche.
    Hey presto! Hard not to love JLC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post


    Ah, my old 04.0!


    i have a few, I think, that are the only ones in here (although I could be wrong)...









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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    I think I've the only one of these, and there's probably a good reason for that.

    I've tried to buy one of those, but the chap wasn't accepting new orders. Massive fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    Oof. Beautiful. That's definitely one I want for the "grail" collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by learningtofly View Post


    Crikey, that is THE perfect dress watch. Congratulations, totally stunning.

    Could you please give me the reference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holsterman View Post
    Crikey, that is THE perfect dress watch. Congratulations, totally stunning.

    Could you please give me the reference?
    Thanks - it's a cal. K880 from 1960.

    I spent literally months looking for the right birth year watch for me, and then found two (this one and an IWC 666) in quick succession. Of the two, this is the one I won't let go... as you say, it's perfect.

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    Not necessarily a rare one, but I don't think I've ever come across one while I've been here



    Pretty much sure I'm the only one with one of these though. Lots of unique fun to be had at the lower end of the market


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    Bremont P51.


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    Quote Originally Posted by learningtofly View Post
    Thanks - it's a cal. K880 from 1960.

    I spent literally months looking for the right birth year watch for me, and then found two (this one and an IWC 666) in quick succession. Of the two, this is the one I won't let go... as you say, it's perfect.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    I sold my Hometime on SC a few years back, one of my biggest regrets, I believe it is still here....LOL

    I would have it back in a blink but they just do not show, hence me widening my search to include a Reserve De Marche.

    Fantastic watch buddy, enjoy. grrrrrrr

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    Hey P, I’m sure wherever it is, it is being very well looked after! . All the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin t View Post
    Hey P, I’m sure wherever it is, it is being very well looked after! . All the best
    Lovely to hear pal. 👍🏼👍🏼

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holsterman View Post
    Hey presto! Hard not to love JLC.

    Absolutely stunning pal

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    Quote Originally Posted by learningtofly View Post
    Ah, my old 04.0!
    Indeed! And still very much a firm favourite.

    That K880 of yours is certainly something to covet, but I think I’ve said that about much of your collection!

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    I bought this from Qatar-wol a long time ago, and I have not seen any of its kind here

    -- Tim


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    Don't think I've seen another of these Longines Conquest Ref 8594-1
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    Another member happy to wear a used Durex


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    Ive not seen another Super Sea Wolf 68Le


    Or this Corum

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    I have a couple of potentials but my IWC 3742 is a forum fav which has done the rounds.

    The JLC caliber 631 'Mechaquartz' movement makes this a real oddball

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    think there are only 5-10 of these in existence so prob the only one on here. Also this one I’d be surprised if any had as a side note it does have the worlds coolest lume

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    Just a couple from me, a lovely Majex automatic. I've never seen another one anywhere (that may or may not be a good thing) and an Allenby manual with a most interesting set of numerals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by in_denial View Post
    I bought this from Qatar-wol a long time ago, and I have not seen any of its kind here

    -- Tim

    Ha, I remember that! I always through it was a modern interpretation of a Panerai H/W! Nice to see that you've still got it!

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    Oh, and this. One of my favourites from all my watches. It was very hard to get hold of but eventually came to me for around £200.

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    anyone got one of these,one of 20 black ones made.case is teflon coated and features a 4.30 crown.swiss auto movement..
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    A little surprised that I've never seen anyone else post an EZM7S, given the love for Sinns.



    One of 300, apparently, but they still seem to be available, so I guess not that popular...

    I'm pretty sure my Sicura is the only one like it on TZ - For ages I suspected it was a one off, but I spotted another for sale on eBay last year!



    I suspect this might be the only Novus here, as I've never seen another.



    I suspect a few of my other '70s era watches are fairly uncommon, if not unique, on the forum too.

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    Haven't seen one of these on here.. the Lip Ninja!

    From sometime in the 1970s with the classic Valjoux 7733!

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    I don't think there's another one of these on here....??


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    Is yours the only one here on TZ-UK?

    A very interesting topic. I reckon I have 2, with potentially another couple.

    First up - 17.01 in blue. Another member, Andrezej has the anthracite -



    Secondly, this Seiko. It is not a SARB033, but a rare variant with crown guard, more shiny markers and dial.



    Potentially my Ming 19.01 could be an only one. Heck probably the only a in the UK until Ryan had the second, but sold it - not sure if stayed on the forum or not. Gratuitous pic -



    And then this IWC Ingenieur - can’t remember if there is another one.





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    Quote Originally Posted by greasemonkey View Post
    anyone got one of these,one of 20 black ones made.case is teflon coated and features a 4.30 crown.swiss auto movement..
    I've got a couple of RLTs, but I have to say, I really wasn't impressed.

    My 51 is a very cheap chromed brass case, and the dial printing on the 13 is just laughable.

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    Maybe there are some Mühle Rescue Timers around here, but also in this limited (150) DGZRS edition?

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    Seen lots of super compressors but not seen one of these variants:

    also seen lots of skin divers, but again, not seen another pic of one of these:

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    I think this maybe a tz one off.
    Gold tone tissot pr516 dd from the 70s.
    The hands pass under the markers which float.
    Last edited by verv; 24th October 2019 at 12:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    Potentially my Ming 19.01 could be an only one. Heck probably the only a in the UK until Ryan had the second, but sold it - not sure if stayed on the forum or not. Gratuitous pic -

    Ryan’s Ming is still on the forum.

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    Yes, I think mine may well be.




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    Really refreshing to see some real rarities.

    Makes a nice change from the usual suspects.




    Here's another I haven't seen around here, a Seiko digital chrono with built in speaker!



    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Really refreshing to see some real rarities.

    Makes a nice change from the usual suspects.




    Here's another I haven't seen around here, a Seiko digital chrono with built in speaker!



    What’s the speaker for. Does it recite the time or is it a dictaphone type thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJL25 View Post
    Ryan’s Ming is still on the forum.
    Outstanding, that is very good to hear!

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    Behold, the mighty Kronotron, twin mechanical hand wind movements for dual time functionality, can't make up your mind about Arabic or Roman numerals? Why not combine both in one easy to read watch face, easy to polish acrylic crystal and versatile 20mm lugs. Proudly made in Hong Kong with apparently 'Japan Parts Movt' engraved on the back.
    Ive never seen another on the forum ( can't think why ) so deserves its place in this topic.

    Cheers..
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    This Nicolet is unique on the forum I think. Sector dial, blued hands and a rotating bezel with a marker.


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    1970's giant Rally GT-4.




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    I had a Kronotron a few years ago, I'd never seen one like it but sold it in a purge of my unworn watches.

    It's great to see so many interesting and unusual pieces here without the usual point scoring you seem to get with the usual suspects.
    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    Behold, the mighty Kronotron, twin mechanical hand wind movements for dual time functionality, can't make up your mind about Arabic or Roman numerals? Why not combine both in one easy to read watch face, easy to polish acrylic crystal and versatile 20mm lugs. Proudly made in Hong Kong with apparently 'Japan Parts Movt' engraved on the back.
    Ive never seen another on the forum ( can't think why ) so deserves its place in this topic.

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    You managed to get someone to pay money for it?
    Wow, well done.
    Cheers..
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    Behold, the mighty Kronotron, twin mechanical hand wind movements for dual time functionality, can't make up your mind about Arabic or Roman numerals? Why not combine both in one easy to read watch face, easy to polish acrylic crystal and versatile 20mm lugs. Proudly made in Hong Kong with apparently 'Japan Parts Movt' engraved on the back.
    Ive never seen another on the forum ( can't think why ) so deserves its place in this topic.


    Similar design but with a date complication - I sold this a couple of years ago

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    These two could be unique on this forum.

    LW moon tattoo only 59 made of which 2 have been stolen....57 left.

    H Moser & Cie " Bryan Ferry", only 100 made.

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    Anyone Else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    You managed to get someone to pay money for it?
    Wow, well done.
    I think it was £20 max. When I get back home next week I'll post a picture of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    I think this maybe a tz one off.
    Gold tone tissot pr516 dd from the 70s.
    The hands pass under the markers which float.

    Always liked the GL because of those details you mention, V.

    Also reminds me of this one, not seen another here, 1979 quartz with original everything.







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