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Horological Meandering: Three important words...

... regarding vintage watches : condition, condition and .... condition !
4d
By: Ludi
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Horological Meandering: Thank you very much...

... but my collection is pretty modest compare to the usual Purists’s beauties (including yours) Back to the pictures, how could I forget my beloved Sky Chief, maybe my favorite über alles
5d
By: Ludi
1

Omega: It’s a MoD dial...

... with tritium plots (instead of the original radium), a swap made in the late 50’s by her Majesty’s MoD services. VB 10033 is the British stock number previous to the NSN code.
15d
By: Ludi
1

Omega: very easy to wear by modern standard ...

... might be a perfect watch indeed
15d
By: Ludi
0

Omega: Thank you for your nice comment :)

... the logo dial variant is pretty easy to find as around 25000 of this watch were produced back in the days Picture below is from acollectedman website
15d
By: Ludi
1

Omega: In love with ...

... this Omega WWW MoD VB 10033 dial (hands are radium still). Not uncommon but rarer than the usual logo dial A very nice addition to my milwatch collection Cheers ^^ - Fred
15d
By: Ludi
5

Horological Meandering: Not military...

... it’s a civilian model. For what I know, Sekonda was a Moscow Watch Factory (aka 1-MChZ) branch launched in UK somewhere in the mid 60’s to export russian model abroad. Therefore I don’t see any Sekonda branded watches being issued to the Soviet forces (?) Would love to add a Majetek issued Strel
25d
By: Ludi
1