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Hi all, I had actually thought of doing this as my 50th post as I have enjoyed looking at forum members collections but hey, I'm only a few posts out!!! This is my current collection. Some were inherited from family members no longer with us so hold sentimental if not real value.

I have nothing really high end or particularly exciting but I enjoy what I have amassed over the last 15 or so years.
 

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Nice collection. Really loving the Omegas and Seikos in your collection. Seems like you have all your bases covered. You have dress watches, divers, sportier watches, grab and go/daily wearer, functional ones such as one with a chronograph and a tachymeter. The only I would add to that collection if you ever have the time and money would be an Audemars Piguet royal oak, and a Patek Philippe.
 
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Thanks, maybe one day funds allowing I will be able to add a AP or PP to the collection ;)
Nice collection. Really loving the Omegas and Seikos in your collection. Seems like you have all your bases covered. You have dress watches, divers, sportier watches, grab and go/daily wearer, functional ones such as one with a chronograph and a tachymeter. The only I would add to that collection if you ever have the time and money would be an Audemars Piguet royal oak, and a Patek Philippe.
 

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You have amassed a good collection a good balance of new and old. I am intrigued to find out what the forth watch on the top row is? There are four watches with interesting case designs as well. I see a jumping hours black dialed watch and the one next to it on the third row, I first thought it could be Heurer or Stowa?
 

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Very nice collection. Thanks for sharing.
 
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I noticed those as well, but I believe the fourth one is a Sicura. I'm digging the red dialed Tressa.
To the OP, congratulations, that is a very nice collection
 

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I noticed those as well, but I believe the fourth one is a Sicura. I'm digging the red dialed Tressa.
To the OP, congratulations, that is a very nice collection
You are correct the T.V-cushion cased watch with the red hand is indeed a Sicura, found this listing. Any ideas on the chrono on the top row?
 

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I have nothing really high end or particularly exciting but I enjoy what I have amassed over the last 15 or so years.
I wouldn't say that at all. Some very nice pieces all of the way through your collection.
Thanks for sharing with us.
 

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Thanks all for your kind words. The other Jump hour is an Adrem and I think I paid about £10 on Ebay for it. Not bad I thought for a different working mechanical. The chronograph is a vintage Cauny with Landeron movement (I think??) I inherited this from my late father who wore it in the 60s. He told me it used to be in a gold case but this perished and was re-cased in stainless steel in the 70s. Quite a good fit actually!!

I kind of stumbled upon Tressa. They reminded me of vintage Rado and Omega and are surprisingly good quality for the cost (normally about £20)
 
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