First up is the Gerald Genta Retro Solo in 18kt gold. Automatic. I was ready to plunk down cash for a used Patek Philippe Ellipse d'Or (out of fashion and therefore reasonably priced) until Boris the Russian Jeweler showed me this...
Watching the jump hour change as the minute hand snaps back to "00" is a hoot.
Next is a Tudor Prince, dial probably refinished. The silver on silver dial is much nicer than I can capture photographically.
Hamilton Piping Rock re-issue. This is the 1990s version with the Peseux 7001 manual wind movement.
The Seiko LCD that I (evidently) wore while in college. My father found it and was surprised - and a bit annoyed - that I didn't remember it (or that it was a Christmas present from him). Then again, how do you tell your 83 year old father that outside of a night in jail, a couple of girlfriends and the events that lead me to being permanently barred from living in on-campus student housing, college is pretty much a blur? Amazingly, we popped a new battery in it and it's working fine.