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Omega: Vintage Ω today . . .

. . . as usual. Ca '43 ref 2242, 1 8 jewel 30T2SC. Not quite a chronometer, but close . . .
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By: Dr No
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Omega: 60th . . .

. . . here, Fernando. Let's see 'em all, guys! Art
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By: Dr No
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Horological Meandering: The winding feedback of the GO is top drawer, if memory . . .

. . . serves correct. That's a hard one to find, Phil . . . ya done good!
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By: Dr No
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Food & Wine: Also a fan . . .

. . . of fungi. 🍄 Preferably sautéed in olive oil and garlic, then slathered over a baked potato . . . no sour cream or butter for this fun guy. 😋
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Omega: We're thrilled . . .

. . . by your combined willingness to share with our community, Baruch. Two 1000s side by side - what a sight!
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Omega: Not exactly, Fernando, but . . .

. . . why don't you start a Rail roll call thread? I know there are more than a few here.
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Omega: Can't recall ever seeing two 1000's . . .

. . . in the same photo before! They're so rare, it's almost an act of Congress to find two side-by-side. Thanks for sharing these pics, BC. I've seen the black sparkle dial chronometer before in the metal, but probably not the others. Gratefully, Art
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By: Dr No
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Omega: An honest seller is worth his weight . . .

. . . in gold, Nicolas. Fortunate for you that he was up front about the dial; an exceptional 2366 today would trade for upwards of five figures US. Art
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By: Dr No
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Omega: Thanks, Jacob! . . .

. . . and what an exceptional example - pink gold bezel '67s are extremely rare. Art
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WristScan: Two-plus hours of shooting pool with the gang . . .

. . . topped off with late supper at The Rainbow Bar and Grill - Sundays don't get any better than this!
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