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    Here's one for the ages

    out of my dad's old collection this one holds the most intrigue for me and what I wear the most, hand-wound "Era Kingston" watch. with a ETA movement, forgot the modelAttachment 12499093
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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    The link isn't working...
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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    I'm not truning my terminal over.
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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    yeah I can't get the thumb to update, if you just view the image it's rightside up.

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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    up-side up!
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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    it's Kingstar, not Kingston​ :)

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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    Quote Originally Posted by laikrodukas View Post
    it's Kingstar, not Kingston​ :)

    :| thanks for turning on the light of the dark room I was in.

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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    what do we know about the Kingstar? google searches are sparse...

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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    probably one of those brands that could not make it past the quartz
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    Re: Here's one for the ages

    I keep finding myself re-checking this thread.
    Maybe the watch has a movement made from solid gold and was worn by Elvis...
    Now that would be "one for the ages".
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