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An Omega Speedmaster calibre 1861 which is very similar to a calibre 861. This document is more detailed and is shown in web pages rather than an acrobat file.
A Webster mono-pusher chronograph pocket watch with a Minerva 19/9CH pillar wheel calibre inside. This is a 100 year old watch and interesting for me as I don’t work on many pocket watches so enjoyed reviewing the history and the hallmarks.
An Omega calibre 350 bumper which had some unusual issues but is a very nice watch and I have a soft spot for the bumper movements in general.
A mid 1970s Omega De Ville with a calibre 1020. These don’t have the best reputation but when set up correctly, run very well.
A Rotary quartz watch. I don’t work on very many quartz watches and although this one received a new movement, it shows all the tests performed on a quartz calibre.
A mid sixties Jaguar E-Type clock. These are an interesting clock being electro-mechanical and have an undeservedly poor reputation.
An elegant mid sixties Omega calibre 562. These are very good watches with good performance and reliability.
A Russian Poljot manual wind. I don’t do a lot of Russian watches but they have some interesting aspects.
A mid nineties Baume and Mercier with a DD2000 module – this shows the Dubois-Depraz module only.
A beauty of a 1960s Omega Seamaster SM60 diver with calibre 565 which arrived in a bit of state but has come up very well. I like a 550 series watch as do most collectors.
A very nice Omega Seamaster calibre 503. These are a nice watch with an interesting calibre.
An Omega SM300 with calibre 552. These are top watches and one of the classic diver designs.