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Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 10:10
To start the weekend this 9ct Longines from 1962 with a calibre 23Z movement. Very Happy

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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 10:47
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daff62 wrote:To start the weekend this 9ct Longines from 1962 with a calibre 23Z movement. Very Happy

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that IMO is the nicest watch you have shown so far...........stunning and coincidently my birth year watch so a little biased lol!
looks to be in excellent condition

not my birthyear watch for me today Razz

Tissot 2030....1977 ish


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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 11:29
Received a strap today so put it on my 7548 and I love it plus it will make an ideal template for me to make my own straps


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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 11:31
SeikoJohn wrote:Received a strap today so put it on my 7548 and I love it plus it will make an ideal template for me to make my own straps


thats a cracker John and makes me wish i liked wearing leather straps Crying or Very sad
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 13:57
This one for the evening.

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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 14:15
Mr Levity wrote:This one for the evening.


very nice, relativly rare too Very Happy
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 15:42
domecurb wrote:
daff62 wrote:To start the weekend this 9ct Longines from 1962 with a calibre 23Z movement. Very Happy

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that IMO is the nicest watch you have shown so far...........stunning and coincidently my birth year watch so a little biased lol!
looks to be in excellent condition

not my birthyear watch for me today Razz

Thank you Bruce,

The watch was a presentation for 35 years service in 1964. I have its original box which has no doubt helped to keep the watch in immaculate condition. Very Happy

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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 15:57
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thats a cracker John and makes me wish i liked wearing leather straps Crying or Very sad

To make the strap even better it has quick release spring bars

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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 15:58
daff62 wrote:
domecurb wrote:
daff62 wrote:To start the weekend this 9ct Longines from 1962 with a calibre 23Z movement. Very Happy

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that IMO is the nicest watch you have shown so far...........stunning and coincidently my birth year watch so a little biased lol!
looks to be in excellent condition

not my birthyear watch for me today Razz

Thank you Bruce,

The watch was a presentation for 35 years service in 1964. I have its original box which has no doubt helped to keep the watch in immaculate condition. Very Happy

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clearly not presented to you as after a quick calculation would make you well in excess of 100 years old lol!
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 16:08
clearly not presented to you as after a quick calculation would make you well in excess of 100 years old lol! [/quote]

You are quite right albeit I usually feel around 100 years old. lol!

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Re: Saturday 4 February.

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First attempt at posting a picture here. . . Fingers crossed. . .
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

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First attempt at posting a picture here. . . Fingers crossed. . .

Well done, looks good.
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

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First attempt at posting a picture here. . . Fingers crossed. . .

well done, one of the best watches Sector has made IMO ........i like it a lot Very Happy
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sat Feb 04 2017, 18:09
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Mr Levity wrote:This one for the evening.


very nice, relativly rare too Very Happy

I've never seen one before, but then I've never really been interested in Rotary watches. It just came up in a search for electronic watches. I somehow forgot to catalogue it so will take the back off tomorrow and see what the movement is. It's keeping excellent time so far.
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

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Mr Levity wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:This one for the evening.


very nice, relativly rare too Very Happy

I've never seen one before, but then I've never really been interested in Rotary watches. It just came up in a search for electronic watches. I somehow forgot to catalogue it so will take the back off tomorrow and see what the movement is. It's keeping excellent time so far.

its an ESA 9150 Very Happy
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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sun Feb 05 2017, 22:07
domecurb wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:This one for the evening.


very nice, relativly rare too Very Happy

I've never seen one before, but then I've never really been interested in Rotary watches. It just came up in a search for electronic watches. I somehow forgot to catalogue it so will take the back off tomorrow and see what the movement is. It's keeping excellent time so far.

its an ESA 9150 Very Happy

Movement pic. Says only 683. is that relevant ?

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Re: Saturday 4 February.

on Sun Feb 05 2017, 22:16
Mr Levity wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:This one for the evening.


very nice, relativly rare too Very Happy

I've never seen one before, but then I've never really been interested in Rotary watches. It just came up in a search for electronic watches. I somehow forgot to catalogue it so will take the back off tomorrow and see what the movement is. It's keeping excellent time so far.

its an ESA 9150 Very Happy

Movement pic. Says only 683. is that relevant ?


its just Hamiltons desgnation for the ESA
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