Discussion in 'Related Gear' started by ties70, Mar 27, 2018.
Here is a Rolex 1941 boys watch. http://www.vintagewatch.ca/?p=959
A couple pics of my Swiss watch. It has no brand name on it. The only marking is "fond acier inoxyable" on the back. Apparently this was common at the time. Circa 1940. Sorry about the crappy resolution my cell phone doesn't do good macro photos.
Nice watch, but not military.
Watch of the day:
Could you post a pic of the reverse of the Bulova A11 please ? I might be able to give you some more information on it regarding the contract .
thx, which Bulova?
There are 6 Bulova’s on the pics.
homage pilot, WWI trench,
Bhr Wempe [55mm]
All the A11's
OK, will do when back to base, where they are stored...I am in Melbourne/Australia right now...
Greetings from the Skybar in Melbourne...Tudor Pelagos with the NDC strap.
Tudor Heritage Black Bay and Chambray... In the office, though, not in some nice bar "Down Under".
Pilot, I get the impression there might be a thing or two one could learn from you ;-)
Enjoy and take care!
Speedy time, since a bit of flight time ahead...
Here you are...
These are my Bulova‘s
If anyone interested... Happy to trade...
What trade Pilot ?
PM me a price on the 44 dated Waltham A11
trading against wearable large size ( pit-pit 24”-25”) ww2, Korea war, Vietnam war original flight jackets...
RAF Irvins also welcome...Only originals, no repros please...happy to throw in several watches if justified...
Something different today:
German-made 1960s Kienzle pocket watch. Loud as hell! Not really a valuable collectible but I think the hour fonts on the dial are just great.
And finally, I have found something to put in the coin pocket of my jeans!
Cool! for when the operational minutes and seconds are crucial.