As far as I'm concerned I'll show off today with a truly beautiful Seventies' Junghans:
Junghans Automatic cal. 653 (aka DURoWe 7525/2 (INT))
A watch much loved, obviously. Its movement was pretty well worn so I had my friend Gerd revise it. Well done, Gerd!
After all's been said and done, there's a lot more said than done...
Patina: little pieces of history put on old watches and forgotten there by the maker of time
"Miracles?", he asked. "Forget about miracles. Those who walk on water just know where the stepstones are."
"Luxury watches - you acquire the right to take care of them, but they remain the property of their manufacturers."
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Tracks in a Blizzard - A (German) Christmas Ghost Story
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@sixtysix: I would love to see a picture of your Bulova convertible out of it's case. That is too cool!
Does the crown/stem hold it in, or does it just snap in the case?
Happy Friday everyone!
1984 Seiko mod 6309-729A for me today:
I hope everyone has a good weekend!
One last change for February... 1958 Smiths Deluxe.
Have a lot of love for this piece for two reasons;
1) The watch was made in the borough that I live in.
2) The case was made in the city I grew up in.
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recent acquisition and is getting all the wrist time.
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