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WristScan: Thank you, Abel, for the compliment, and for hosting.

It's a 1016 by the way, not a 6610.
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WristScan: Ah, that's what I thought. Thank you.

I was enamoured by the patrimony traditionelle in platinum once, but the stars never aligned for that one.
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WristScan: Joining in with a few vintage watches.

Mathey tissot with bumper movement: Two Longines 'tre tacches', 33 and 35 mm: A few IWCs: And a Rolex 1016:
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WristScan: Lol. There're so many!

But judging from your taste, which seems similar to mine, longines and omega wouldn't be remiss. Specifically, longines 'tre tacche' and omega dress watches from the 1940s and 1950s. Before a certain time, they had no reference numbers and were known by their movements (e.g., 30 T2). After that, the
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