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Hi everyone, I thought I would post a few details about myself. I have both Seiko and non-Seiko watches, mostly vintage and chronographs. It started with my very first watch, bought as soon as I started work in 1953. It is an Olma automatic and cost me about 3 weeks wages! I still have it and it runs just fine. Added later were an Omega f300, and a Seiko H249, both new, and I have them too.
Lately I have added 7T24, 7A28, 7T92, 7A38, a pair of 7T52's and a 7T59. My work as an engineer can be somewhat hazardous to timepieces so I keep a bunch of cheap store digitals that are pretty well disposable since I ruin one at least every 6 months or so.
I won't bore you with photos of models that you know so well but if you have any questions about any of them ask away.
A pleasure to meet you all
 

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Hi and welcome, we NEVER get bored of photos even if the model has been seen many times before :)
 

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Yes let's see them

Welcome also to you and hope your stay is a long one.
If they are that old lets see those pictures of them,
might be of interest to many.:72:
I am Longbike from Hawaii, Aloha to you.
 

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OK here's a few photos

First photo is of my three oldest, the Olma Automatic; the Omega f300 from 1969 and the H249 from 1983.
Second photo shows 7T24, 7T59 and 7A38
and finally a better picture of my 7T59
 

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welcome to the forum...great looking collection..glad to have you with us...
 
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