. . . and Roma tomatoes. Topped with Alaskan halibut steak carved from a slab of fresh fish. That image was taken years ago . . . unsure, but chances are the meal was washed down with a pint of Peroni lager. Best, Art
. . . the blue Tokyo is the most personally compelling of the five - good to see one here in the community. Been wearing a '56 Seamaster . . . . . . since Friday night. Let's see what tomorrow brings . . .
. . . as it does on my scientific dial. There were Seamaster chronometers with scientific dials and clover crowns, so there's some basis in past production for using it on mine. On the one you're considering: it would stand out like a sore thumb. Art
. . . but not simultaneously. First, an Ω ref 2179, ca '45 . . . . . . that was issued to the US military. This particular example was probably distributed thru civilian (meaning: war surplus) means, and unlikely to have seen combat. Gone to a friend's collection last year. Shortly after its departu