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Aug 12, 2019 · Watch Brand Discussion Forums. The Vintage Rolex Forum. The Omega Forum. Archive & Classic Posts. The Breitling Forum. The Panerai Forum. The Seiko Forum. The Art of Time. The Frugal Connoisseur's Corner. General Watch Forum. Wrist Watch Forums is not associated with Rolex, Omega, Breitling or any of the brands represented here. Aug 13, 2019 · Vintage Watches Welcome to TimeZone's Vintage Watch Forum. This is the place for all enthusiasts of older timepieces to discuss their interests. From pocket watches to the arrival of the battery powered watch, the Vintage Forum covers a diverse and wonderful range of timepieces. Feel free to discuss timepieces produced up to approximately 1980.

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Vintage Jaeger-LeCoultre Forum Welcome to the vintage Jaeger-LeCoultre forum. You must be a registered user in order to use the forum. If you have a question about a specific watch, please upload photos as it is impossible to know what you are talking about based on serial numbers. Feb 26, 2014 · What's your favorite reasonable priced vintage wrist watch? Page 1 of 2 1; 2 citizenrich Metal Mixer! I was focussed on Omegas for a while when I was on the Omega forum on WUS, however after being committed to this nuthouse and seeing the variety of other watch brands, I have expanded my brand collection, primarily to Swiss watches from.

Feb 17, 2014 · The reason I like vintage pieces is a bit difficult to explain and if you don't appreciate them it will also be hard to understand. When I look at the face of the watch I think of everything that watch has seen and everything the previous owner or owners have been through whilst wearing the watch. The offer was accepted. The watch arrived, I spent a couple hours cleaning the case, and sanding the acrylic crystal, and out popped a truly unique and beautiful watch. I put it on a cleaned and polished twist band and at the end of the story sold it for $100 to a guy in a vintage Timex forum on Facebook.Author: John Phillipp.