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    would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    i would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you present them with straps or natos etc -i attach pics of my timor circa 42/43 running fine and keeping good time still- i do have a perion single nato but i like to wear it with this gunny nato and pad which is incredibly soft and comfortable Name:  timor-gunny bund-nato7 copy.jpg
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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    sorry to mod - i ment to put in military forum unless its ok here! thankyou

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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    Sweet vintage watches...totally appropriate for this forum IMHO I'd love to see how others feature their WWI trench and pocket watches too!

    The only way to present my WWII deck watches are in their transport boxes...

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    Tick Talk says, "A watch in the hand is worth two on the wrist"

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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    No, you're all right here as well!

    Hartmut Richter
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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    nice aged brown strap for timor, congrats
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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    Quote Originally Posted by Tick Talk View Post
    Sweet vintage watches...totally appropriate for this forum IMHO I'd love to see how others feature their WWI trench and pocket watches too!

    The only way to present my WWII deck watches are in their transport boxes...

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    wow -respect man!

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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    Quote Originally Posted by zyk1on View Post
    nice aged brown strap for timor, congrats
    thankyou myfriend -i have rolex and omega pieces but i get much more enjoyment keeping this good old boy busy

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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    No, you're all right here as well!

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    thankyou Hartmut -i dont comment often on your forum but i follow it with great interest -and thankyou for welcoming me -regards peter

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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    Here are mine. I'm waiting for some leather cuffs to arrive for the trench watches.


    War watches by joshua.reis, on Flickr


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    Omega and JLC circa 1938 by joshua.reis, on Flickr
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    Re: would love to see some of your ww1 and ww2 watches and how you dress them

    Quote Originally Posted by althaur View Post
    Here are mine. I'm waiting for some leather cuffs to arrive for the trench watches.


    War watches by joshua.reis, on Flickr


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    Omega and JLC circa 1938 by joshua.reis, on Flickr
    really nice my friend -attached some of my timor again with different presentations- this cuff you see was taken from an officers cuff rank insignia band -got it from ebay for maybe £3.00 and converted it - beautiful old leather which i encourage with regular treatment of beeswax -the others are ww2 straps Name:  timor bund2 copy.jpg
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