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WristScan: Thanks Judge Jurry!

And congrats to the other winners too!
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By: NT931
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WristScan: Thanks everyone! [nt]

One more for the growing Doxa collection .
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By: NT931
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WristScan: Thanks! I think it's roughly from the late 1940's-early 1950's based on the style

But thats a very rough guess - Doxa's records were lost in a flood many years ago so it's hard to be certain. Their time-only dress watches can be quite charming, and so I try to acquire only those in jumbo size (like this one, which is 37mm). Although I know people tend to prefer their vintage dive
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By: NT931
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WristScan: What a catch!

Salmon Gronefeld... congrats on a brilliant choice!
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By: NT931
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WristScan: My first Reverso was a Duo as well

A watch with many charms - congrats!
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By: NT931
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WristScan: My favourite obscure vintage brand - Doxa!

I really love the simplicity of the time-only manual-wind Doxas of the 1940s-1950s, and when this appeared, I couldn''t resist! Just arrived a week ago, courtesy of a fellow collector and a gentleman. It came with the original hangtag, strap and buckle. The slate-grey dial was (I think) originally a
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By: NT931
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Horological Meandering: In general,, handwound

Especially with a display back!
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By: NT931
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Seiko: Thanks guys, for your kind comments!

I enjoy wearing both a lot - the dials and their colors in particular appeal to me
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By: NT931
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Patek Philippe: Such an elegant watch with the Breguet numerals

And perfectly sized at 37mm !
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By: NT931
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Seiko: The Light Side and the Dark Side...

... Of the Seiko World Time 6217-7000, made for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. 55y old and still going strong!
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By: NT931
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