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    A couple of interesting 'Vintage Doxa in use' picture links.....

    Hi All,

    These may have been posted before, but well worth a re-post, there are some nice shots and some very nice watches.

    http://militarywatch2.monsite.orange.fr/page3.html

    http://lesmala.net/plongee/cousteau.htm

    Seeing pictures like this just make me appreciate why I love vintage DOXA !!!

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    Simon
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    Ohhhh and a Doxa Sub Conquistador !!!!!!

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    Re: A couple of interesting 'Vintage Doxa in use' picture links.....

    Very cool pics. Gives you a sense of how much they loved there watches....


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    Another vintage doxa back in use.

    Was surfing late one evening and there it was. An Aubry Divingstar with the anodized bezel. Seller was out of France with 0 feedback. Looked well used and the crown was not correct but pulled the trigger anyway. The lume in the hands was gone and the crystal well scratched. So much so I just stuck the thing in an old sock and shipped it to Doxa. Not only did I get the old sock back and the braclet that was on the watch when I sent it back but a beautifully restored Aubry Divingstar. Thanks Doxa!
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    Re: Another vintage doxa back in use.

    Chris, you have some AMAZING watches. That one looks quite similar to mine. Is it Automatic?? I have seen an orange divingstar that was quartz (although yours looks to be a regular yellow DS from the pics)..........

    Here is mine
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    Re: Another vintage doxa back in use.

    Great stuff. Love the pic of Falco looking through the sextant.
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    Re: A couple of interesting 'Vintage Doxa in use' picture links.....

    Hey Jason, the Aubry Divingstar that just came back from Doxa is a regular movement but I do have another Aubry Divingstar 750T in orange that is quartz.
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    Re: A couple of interesting 'Vintage Doxa in use' picture links.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Mordaunt View Post
    Hey Jason, the Aubry Divingstar that just came back from Doxa is a regular movement but I do have another Aubry Divingstar 750T in orange that is quartz.
    Like I said.......You have the rarest of the rare
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    Re: A couple of interesting 'Vintage Doxa in use' picture links.....

    Yeah, I'm still after a Poseidon.........when your ready. Divingstars!!!!!!!

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    Re: A couple of interesting 'Vintage Doxa in use' picture links.....

    I agree, vintage Subs are the best of all
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