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Horological Meandering: Does not take long on Purists

To see that Nicolas is not only helpful and full of knowledge, but generous, welcoming, and kind. Merci Nicolas!
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By: boskomtl
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A. Lange & Söhne: Agreed

One of my favourites. I will never get bored of chronographs!
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By: boskomtl
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Zenith: Couple more

I can’t help myself!
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By: boskomtl
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Horological Meandering: That one has a different case

The pushers are also different from the ones above. It’s certainly not all EP movement chronos that have this case with triangle faceted lugs. Thanks for sharing yours!
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By: boskomtl
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Horological Meandering: Case maker

Me again, bringing chrono threads back from the dead lately. I have noticed that both the Japanese and Swedish army EPs have the same cases, particularly noteworthy is the triangle faceted lugs. The Zenith with 143-6 (EP4) for the Yugoslav army has the same case as well (see first pic of mine). We k
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By: boskomtl
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Horological Meandering: More EP chocolate

Shared in another thread in Zenith forum, but this Zenith for Yugoslav Air Force with EP4 belongs in this thread too me thinks!
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By: boskomtl
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Zenith: It’s back

On my wrist and I am quite pleased!
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By: boskomtl
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Zenith: Will do

As soon as it comes back from restoration! Hopefully next couple of weeks
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By: boskomtl
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Zenith: EP4

It is an EP4 with incabloc. I believe 4-68 came in the 60s, and this watch was shipped to Zenith by Excelsior Park on January 20, 1954. Lovely watch, with spectacular chocolate patina on some examples, in my humble opinion.
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By: boskomtl
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A. Lange & Söhne: Exactly!

You said it.
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By: boskomtl
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