Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
A very handsome watch. Thanks for sharing a photo with us.
Indeed. A beautiful watch
Definitely is, looking classy!
the CS is fantastic, certainly watch pr0n in my book. looks nice with the caddy as well.
May your dreams come true my friend.
Understated and much nicer than the other strap with the larger lettering.
I really like this. From 1961
That's a very cool watch!!! I love asymetric watches. I've seen a few other vintage asymetric watches from from Hamilton. There are also some nice vintage examples out there from Patek, AP, VC and Cartier. I have one asymetric watc. Its a VC from 2006, which was based on a design from 1972, hence its called the 1972. Below is a photo of my asymetric watch.
Picked up a marina daylight recently, pics soon!
Picked up this Submariner on the weekend and couldn't be happier with it. Also have a Stowa Antea 365 on mid brown croc strap enroute sometime in August.
Sold my Sinn last month
Some vintage from a Swiss brand no longer with us.
I like that ^^ a lot. The only problem with vintage is finding one big enough. I have a V & C vintage that's 36-37mm which is large for late 40's model. Most are 33-35mm. How big is yours?
After many months, I finally found a PAM 390 at a reasonable price. Will post pics once I get it next week.
Thank you. It's 35mm but with the lugs it's 40mm long. My personal preference is for 35-37mm, with 40mm being my "maximum" size. This one is an heirloom from the '60s anyway, so most of its value to me is sentimental. Runs like a train though. FHF movt from memory.
I'd like to see some pics of your V&C - sounds like a nice piece!
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