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Old 05-12-2018, 11:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Lets get this started:

I bumped into this ad a short time ago. I'd never seen it before.



At one point during the mock interview, the watch asks, "When do I get to meet the centerfold?" implying that it was perhaps published in Playboy Magazine.

It would be nice to get a higher resolution image.
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Old 05-14-2018, 04:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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An ad from 1970 featuring some of the most iconic of the 70m Sports Divers.

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out for a Sunday spin ...
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Default The All-Man's Man Watch

reason enough to own one ....
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anyone find a good ad for the 7016 Monaco?
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TIMEOUS EJECTION
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Is that a medical term?

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i picked these up today. I will scan them and post some high res pics later today.

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Nice one Koekoek!
I've got this ad at home.
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Seiko 0634 LCD add



sadly those adds were a bit bigger than my scanner. So the edges are cut off a little.

6139 blue pogue add



another 6139 add



Bell-Matic add



And 2 Dutch Seiko adds



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A Cutout-and-wear Pogue:

This is cool. They should start doing these again.
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This one is great!

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A nice early quartz advert,1976 Hong Kong:-




And an interesting James Bond one:-




Yet another 1976 quartz advert:-


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I rather like this mid 1970's non quartz advert, especially as I have two examples of the blue faced watch on the left
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I love that smoking was a huge part of advertising back in the day. It was a healthy habit apparently! Lol
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