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post #3226 of 39284
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Originally Posted by nringo View Post
What model is that?
It's the same Jazzmaster Chrono but it's a non-US model.
post #3227 of 39284
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Originally Posted by Singular View Post
Everyone has their own favourite - this one is mine;



/M

Indeed. Great watch. You inspired me to track down a vintage 6309. Perhaps I need a 5513 before the prices go through the roof.
post #3228 of 39284
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Originally Posted by stilmacher View Post



That is a beautiful $6K watch.
post #3229 of 39284
hey my brother is looking for a new watch and i thought i'd ask for him, he really likes this one but he's still in college and doesnt want to spend that much

http://www1.macys.com/catalog/produc...tegoryID=29299

he's not that into fashion/style and everything but he's pretty much set on a black, metal band, chronograph (chronograph part optional but must have day/date) for around 100-200, he also likes the ceramic types but that's a bit more expensive

sorry if this isn't the right thread but i thought it would get some replies
post #3230 of 39284
I wasn't too sure about this the first couple times I wore it, but it's starting to grown on me:
(will trade for the Reverso...)
c. 1968, 37MM





post #3231 of 39284
My grandfather's watch, just serviced and restored:

post #3232 of 39284
^That Seamaster's in great shape. Either that or the restoration guy is a wizard.
post #3233 of 39284
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
^That Seamaster's in great shape. Either that or the restoration guy is a wizard.

Dial was in great shape. I got a new strap and new crystal, plus the parts got serviced. It is indeed in fantastic shape!
post #3234 of 39284
It's a fantastic watch too.
post #3235 of 39284
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Originally Posted by NMW1982 View Post
That is a beautiful $6K watch.

But not beautiful at a different price?
post #3236 of 39284
This is from the 1930's by Piaget. They took a real $20 gold coin (1 ounce) and emptied out the middle and threw a watch in there! A small button on the side of the "coin" opens the face of the coin to reveal the watch. Truly an amazing piece, and a centerpiece in my watch collection.







AJ
post #3237 of 39284
Nice vintage piece, really looking to purchase more vintage but can't find a dealer I trust. Way too many fakes circulating.
post #3238 of 39284
^That watch is amazing. After I saw that first pic I thought you were some fruitcake who put a watchband on a gold dollar.
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post #3240 of 39284
awesome, I really dig that Piaget.
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