Thread: >>>SHOW & TELL<<< Your *RARE* + *VINTAGE* Watch Collection

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    Re: What r' we wearin'?

    Just for fun. This watch belonged to Roy Rogers, one of five I bought from the family. This is a Tourneau Datofix triple calendar w/ moonphase. Roy seemed to really like this type of watch (triple calendar): He also wore an Angelus Chronodato moonphase (which I also own) and a Rolex 6036 triple-calendar (I did not buy - it was a wreck) and even bought one for Dale.

    I don't understand it: I STILL can't ride a horse. Maybe I should have bought his hat, too.
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    The Line-up:

    Tudor 7928, Bunch of beat-up old Rolexes, MKII Custom Stingray 50, MKII LRRP, MKII TR-1000, MKII Kingston, Benrus Type I, Benrus Ultra-deep Super-compressor plus other super-Cs, 60's Zodiac Seawolfand Super Seawolf, Breitling Chronomat, ...

    and lots of other vintage stuff.

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    Re: >>>SHOW & TELL<<< Your *RARE* + *VINTAGE* Watch Collection

    I don't know if any of these are "rare", but they all are certainly vintage.

    1941 Gruen Curvex.


    1961 Omega Seamaster DeVille.


    1970 Omega Speedmaster MKII


    1972 Omega F300Hz


    1977 Omega Seamaster


    In Route from overseas. Sellers pictures.
    1988 Omega Constellation
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    Re: >>>SHOW & TELL<<< Your *RARE* + *VINTAGE* Watch Collection

    I'm convinced it's pictures like this that are driving up prices.

    I'll refrain from posting my 12+ piece Longines collection until I have enough. Don't ask me what enough is though!

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    Re: >>>SHOW & TELL<<< Your *RARE* + *VINTAGE* Watch Collection

    Nice collection, stogie25!

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    Re: Too many to list

    Well this is one of the best threads I've seen on here for quite some time. A real pleasure to look over these watches and think what it would be like to own one of them.

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    Re: >>>SHOW & TELL<<< Your *RARE* + *VINTAGE* Watch Collection

    Here are some of mine that I would like to think are rare.

    Omega Speedmaster MKII only made for a few years.

    Eterna Kontiki Super IDF Issue

    Tudor Submariner Snowflake

    Aquastar Benthos 500

    Early Eterna Kontiki Super

    I have only seen a few of these ever for sell Depollier early water proof case with a Illinois movement.

    Wittnauer compressor.

    Waltham railroad pocketwatch with windindicator.


    My oldest watch in the collection Cir.1812 A English made Fusse.Thats just a little of the collection.

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    Re: >>>SHOW & TELL<<< Your *RARE* + *VINTAGE* Watch Collection

    gotta be my aquastar benthos 500



    this eterna matic 1000



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    Re: What r' we wearin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpotters View Post
    Just for fun. This watch belonged to Roy Rogers, one of five I bought from the family. This is a Tourneau Datofix triple calendar w/ moonphase. Roy seemed to really like this type of watch (triple calendar): He also wore an Angelus Chronodato moonphase (which I also own) and a Rolex 6036 triple-calendar (I did not buy - it was a wreck) and even bought one for Dale.

    I don't understand it: I STILL can't ride a horse. Maybe I should have bought his hat, too.
    Awesome provenance. Never mind the hat, find out what watch Trigger wore.

    So, everyone knows I'm a Primero nut. This is the rarest of the ones that I have, ref. G 381 of which 700 produced between 1969 and 1972. This one was warded as a prize for top salesmen of Zenith electronics, at that time a different company, but subequently to own and nearly destroy Swiss Zenith.


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    Re: What r' we wearin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by LouS View Post
    So, everyone knows I'm a Primero nut. This is the rarest of the ones that I have, ref. G 381 of which 700 produced between 1969 and 1972.
    That looks amazing: barely worn. A real beauty!
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    The Line-up:

    Tudor 7928, Bunch of beat-up old Rolexes, MKII Custom Stingray 50, MKII LRRP, MKII TR-1000, MKII Kingston, Benrus Type I, Benrus Ultra-deep Super-compressor plus other super-Cs, 60's Zodiac Seawolfand Super Seawolf, Breitling Chronomat, ...

    and lots of other vintage stuff.

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    Re: What r' we wearin'?

    great thread, Folks!

    here's a couple 'rare' ones I enjoy

    cheers,
    Peter






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