For each correct....

Feb 14, 2018,11:26 AM

 One is left behind...

What kind of scrap metal is hidden in your drawers...?


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Very much the same...

 By: ztirual : February 14th, 2018-12:25
heaps of vintage spare buckles, signed and non-signed, spare lug bars, spare bracelets and movements... ;-)

Sounds very familiar! ;) [nt]

 By: blomman Mr Blue : February 15th, 2018-01:35


 By: ztirual : February 17th, 2018-05:09
Straps are the worse really... Best Z'

These are the left overs....

 By: blomman Mr Blue : February 15th, 2018-01:36
After finding a correct buckle! Best Blomman

This photo makes me sick :)) [nt]

 By: Ares501 - Mr Green : February 14th, 2018-12:57

Go see the doctor! ;) [nt]

 By: blomman Mr Blue : February 15th, 2018-01:36

Docotr Blue? [nt]

 By: Ares501 - Mr Green : February 15th, 2018-03:15

Yes! ;) [nt]

 By: blomman Mr Blue : February 15th, 2018-10:29


 By: artp1085 : February 14th, 2018-13:31
not much gold in dem dere hills

For you......

 By: blomman Mr Blue : February 15th, 2018-01:39
2 Billion Dollars! Buhahahahaha! Best Blomman ...  

Bargain! 😁

 By: Alkiro1 : February 15th, 2018-03:57
Best wishes Alkiro

Oh My Lord... [nt]

 By: RG1 : February 14th, 2018-15:45

;) [nt]

 By: blomman Mr Blue : February 15th, 2018-01:39

Mostly 14/16mm

 By: blomman Mr Blue : February 15th, 2018-10:30
As I prefer tapered straps for vintage watches. Best Blomman


 By: ztirual : February 17th, 2018-05:14
tapered is best! 20=> 16 18=> 14 or something like that. Signed buckles (only from the start of the mid 50's) are most often that size. Before that, flat, simple vintage unsigned steel buckle are best. Also most of the time fo und in 14-16mm size (for men... 

Oddly for me...

 By: JToddH : February 15th, 2018-08:40
A few random movements, straps and spare links. But no buckles.