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    Senior Master Sergeant
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    BR WW1-96 Big Date.........

    ........at Goodwood Revival.



    So, I took this new watch to Goodwood with me, to photograph it in its Vintage surroundings!




    ...It fit in beautifully amongst the Vintage planes on show.





    .....it has a very different feel to the Military, because of the two families, of the WW1-96, WW1-97 and WW1-90, all with polished steel cases, black croc straps and luxurious black dials compared to the WW1-92's (Military & Heritage), with their inner hours and very different pilot dials, along with the brushed and PVD cases.

    This 96 Big Date, is much more suited to the smarter look, and is a direct follow on from the PW Pocket Watch, for the 1910 >> era, as opposed to the 1940 >> look of the B dials.

    I will look forward to wearing a polished case with a smart suit, one day!!
    THANKS for looking.
    Simon C
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    Command Chief Master Sergeant fatboy1340's Avatar
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    Merci Simon,

    very nice pics....very elegant watch ......sooo vintage IMO


    (R.Hugault)
    In anything at all, perfection is finally attained not when there is no longer anything to add, but when there is no longer anything to take away.
    &&&

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    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force
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    Lovely detail : the new font used for "AUTOMATIC"..
    I love that !
    Fantastic pix Si!

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