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Hello dear Friends!! Our WS event "Last Weeks Watches" is Open now!

An Omega Souveran from 1944. On Tuesday, it was: Heuer Autavia 2446, 1967. On Wednesday, it was a Nivada chronograph with a Valjoux 72 from the 1950s: On Thursday, a Heuer Carrera 2447 NST from 1969: And on Friday (yesterday), the Omega again: I tend to c
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By: Subexplorer
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Chronometer (aka yacomino)
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Airport Watch Spotting

I arrived to the airport very early and decided to walk around for the sole purpose of watch spotting and found it pretty interesting, also learned my eye isn’t as good as I hoped it would be. It made me think if people would actually enjoy talking about
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By: Ssherman855
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orahu
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BBQ season starting soon again on the northern hemisphere ....

.... here with the Heuer Autavia Mareographe ref. 2446C SF from the early 1970ies. Cheers, HSTE
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By: HSTE
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Mary Anny
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Photo summary of my trip to Los Angeles! Thank You, Art!

I don’t know about you. But, my ideal vacation involves visiting as many boutiques and ADs as possible! During these four days in Los Angeles, I did not miss a single boutique or AD in the area. Please take a look: Chopard Mille Miglia Classic Chronograph
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By: Mach
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amanico
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The 2022 TAG Heuer Autavia 60th Anniversary Collection

Inexpensive watches with date backgrounds that match the dial color:
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By: India Whiskey Charlie
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MCG (Markus)
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A possibly interesting visual history of a certain military pilot/racer chronograph aesthetic…

To some, what I’ve put together below is no secret; but for me it’s been a truly fun ride and learning process. This story/post begins here: 2 mos ago I spotted and felt suddenly and bizarrely compelled to buy this 90s Speedy Auto Date MK40 (3513.53), iss
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By: Stoikos
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Stoikos
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One fall day…

1960s Heuer Super Autavia - 1st dashboard mounted chronograph for Motorsport and airplanes Is it me or is this 1997 Speedy paying tribute?
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By: Stoikos
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Stoikos
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Heuer Monza PVD Case.

Here we are most probably somewhere in the 70's with this Monza. Heuer always had the talent to find some good names for their watches, such a Carrera, Monza, Monaco, Autavia, names which made me dream, when I was a little boy. The Monza has a true charac
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By: amanico
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amanico
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60's - 70's chronos

Seems like it was a time of invention and some interesting and usual watches were produced like the Breitling Super Ocean “slow timer” with a minute chrono hand -- originally a dive watch. Since the hand moves slowly, there is also an indicator at 6 to le
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By: Deardorff8x10
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Gelato Monster
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