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Absurdly nice 🔝✨🤎
Lume in action on my BP FF "No Radiations" Budeswehr from 1971. (Second pic: normal day-light)
Amazing, this lume inlay into the bakelite bezel. Cheers, HSTE
The parts that are yellow gold on the bi-color are white gold on the steel version
Another "neglected" icon: the Ebel Chrono Sport ref. 9134901 with the Zenith El-Primero 400 (aka. Ebel 134) movement inside.
This is the very rare steel-whitegold version. From ca. 1983. Cheers, HSTE
Bank vault with 24/7 access, that's the only way out if we talk more serious values.
In this case, I do not care. It is the 1st ref. "Ingenieur" and they at least preserved to cut the index at three. But .....
..... I totally agree that in today's standards they should/would have left the date window aside. Cheers, HSTE
Wearing the "Aqua Lung" from "U.S. Divers Co." this week.
The watch, reference 1573-666 is from 1967 and it is equiped with a A. Schild/Felsa 4004 automatic movement. Mind the odd "lying 30" on the bezel ..... Cheers, HSTE
Ain't it sweet? The 1st generation IWC Ingenieur ref. 666 AD from March 20, 1958
It is on a ref. 11 IWC stainless steel bracelet. All in mint conditon. Unpolished, unmolested, just like a time-capsule. Cheers, HSTE
Just two (cheap) plastic watches .... but their impact onto Swiss watch production history can not be under-estimated.
The > Tissot Research Idea 2001 (with the astrolon movement), which established the "DNA" for ..... > the first series Swatch, the ref. GB101 (mind the "Quartz" print on the dial which disappeared soon after the first series) Cheers,, HSTE
I acquired it in early 2016 from a good friend .... oh .....
..... and that is: with box, hang tag, instruction manual. Cheers, HSTE