Breitling for Canadian ‘Royal Air Force’ D.N.D. monopusher chronograph
Rolex Comex: These were not just watches, but tools to the COMEX divers
Paging Member: J_Warden’s 1941 Minerva Chronograph
Minerva-Montblanc authentication – great service
Class Photos: vintage Omega collection
Love this two-tone vintage Omega Constellation and wish I could capture the beauty of the dial
My interpretation of the Speedmaster Mission Box Collection: with casebacks signed by astronauts
1970 Accutron advertising redux
A vintage 1952 non-chrono Breitling Chronomat back from service
Heritage Monday – the Breitling Chrono-Matic (one of) the first automatic chronographs by WATCHFRED
A mysteriously cool vintage Sandoz by GREGOIRE
A recent vintage arrival: Gallet Multichron 12H with an Excelsior Park cal. JB40
Added two Omega Pie Pan Constellations to the family: ref 2782 and ref 14902
Unveiling my extremely clean & rare pink gold Rolex Prince asymmetric ref 3361
The caseback inscription, as commonly seen in the time of the pocket watch by PAUL DELURY
Darth Vader & Anakin: Omega Seamaster Hard Metal Chronographs with caliber 861
Gentlemanly high-jewelers: Hamilton Grades 923 and 945 by PAUL DELURY
Heritage Monday – the Breitling Chronomat by FRED
1930s Glashütte with 18k case & legendary UROFA 58
A couple of not-so-modest gentlemans watches: Hamilton Grade 921 by PAUL DELURY
My latest & greatest: 1970s Omega Constellation 168.045 caliber 751 by DAMON
Having an AOPA weekend by DGCERP
Here are some vintage watches that I think definitely fit into the Art Deco camp
A sliver of chronograph movement chronology by DGERCP
Of all the complications, I think the chronograph is one of the most interesting
A quick look at the Hamilton Grade 910 “gentleman’s” pocket watch by PAUL DELURY
Watches you consider the core of your collection?
Vintage patina delight:  Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris, Rolex 5513 & Omega SM300
1970 Sicura Chrono and its Breitling connection
Tudor on perlon. A vintage 1969 Tudor Prince Oysterdate by PAUL DELURY
Pocket Watch Exhibit at the Pittsburgh Carnegie Museum
Anyone else using one of these rubber ball caseback openers?
1949 Consumer Reports watch rating “In estimated order of merit…”
Vintage Eberhard chronograph for Piaggio & Co. by JAMES DOWLING
Antique 19th century quarter repeater restoration by ANDREW BABANIN
Universal Geneve Tri-Compax: Long Journey Comes to an End by FRED
Vintage Breitling ref 817 CP-1 E.I Esercito Italiano by RENÉ
“World’s Very First Digital Wristwatch” – It Ain’t Necessarily So by PAUL DELURY