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I really don't know why I don't wear this little beauty more often


It's a 16 Jewel Poljot and it's linen dial is exquisite and it's keeping time to within a few seconds per day, just goes to show, you don't have to spend mega bucks to get a great vintage watch

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Can't say I personally have spent 'pennies' on any vintage watch, so it's not an inexpensive hobby ! But 1934 14 TC Longines tonneau today - cheers - yes it's re-dialed.... Early purchase, cheers, SDA




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Sdasurrey: it's because You do not hunt for "lesser" brands :)

Like this one. One can find similar condition memovox for atleast x3, x4 price of this Phynox :)


Laikrodukas - yes I agree but it's interesting, Eberhard isn't a 'mainstream' brand but it seems to be quite a 'collectors oriented' brand for the early chronographs I collect so they aren't inexpensive !! SDA


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Today: Bulova 'Aerojet' from 1957 (case might be later like 1966). Readings on the timescale: + 3 secs/day, amplitude 243°, beat error 0,1 ms (unserviced!). I will let it run down on the wrist (or on the nightstand, wherever it stops) and I -being highly 'service restistant' - will put it back into the collection afterwards.
 

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Still wearing the Atlantic today...
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