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  1. Hamilton
    Trying to find the story behind this odd Hamilton watch with a skier on the front and $500,000,000 on the back. Purchased at a thrift store in Harrisburg, Virginia.
  2. Vintage & Pocket watches
    I bought a bag of watches today and there was this strange 7 jewel Waltham. I can't find any references to this model and wondering if anyone seen one like it before. It is a decent size for the time it was produced. I'm guessing it is somewhere from 1926 to 1930's. Please advise if you have...
  3. Public Forum
    Hi all, I am new to the forum, and I tried searching for this topic before posting... But as far as I can find from a bit of google searching and youtubing... I am the first one to raise this quirky query. I have a Casio Edifice 4334 EFA-120, which I've had for around 5 years, it recently ran...
  4. Straps & Bracelets
    I have a watch with a strange style of lug (an Orient M-Force actually).. where it looks as though it would fit a 22mm strap, but when you look at the underside of the watch, the lug spacing is only 18mm. That makes an 18mm strap look way too small, but a 22mm isn't possible to attach. The watch...
  5. Casio G-Shock
    A big round stain has formed inside of it under the glass. Can someone explain why it happens? and if it's total loss? Edit: Replaced the photo with a much better one (my brother helped me activating the light)
  6. Rolex & Tudor
    Hi all, It has been sometimes since I have posted on here ... time has been scarce lately! Just wondered, as I have a datejust from late 2007 (M serial), which keeps about +4 seconds a day, and have never had a trouble with timing, yet, when I listen to it tick, it makes a kind of echo...
  7. Chinese Mechanical watches
    A link to some interesting ideas for clocks and watches. "Today we look at various clocks, watches and means to tell the time, a fleeting continuum that is otherwise invisible and even irrelevant, especially when considered as a disappearing line between absolute concepts of "past" and...
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