First up is one of my grandfather's Bulova's he gave to me. It's in immaculate condition and keeps amazing time. I don't think he ever serviced it, he just buys them from garage sales and wears them lol.
The rose gold is really nice and different; it's the only rose gold watch I have in my collection. I'd like to put a correctly sized rose gold watch band but they're so expensive! They range from like $50-$100 for a vintage one!
I just bought these today at a thrift shop near my house. They usually have the best stuff.
I found a very rare Seiko Astronaut in good condition for $8 among some other watches I've since sold.
The Dufonte is keeping good time. I buffed some deep scratches from the crystal. When I saw it in the glass case I was hoping it was an Eberhard mainly because of that swirly thing in the logo/name.
The second is a 1960s (I think) Marcel Boucher wind up. It has a Yema movement in it and I STUPIDLY pushed on the stem and broke it.
The Marcel looks interesting and a lot nicer since I cleaned up most of the leather. Does anyone know the Yema movement so I can maybe get a new stem??