Beautiful. Thanks for washing away the horror of Stales's modern monstrosity with a classic.
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- Tue Jun 12, 2018 8:36 am
- Forum: European Watch Forum
- Topic: Something different
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If I'm learning from JerryT correctly, I think that movement uses a Roskopf pin-pallet escapement. Not that I really unedrstand that, but they seem to have a unique look.
My favorite bracelet for this style of watch is this type, manufactured by Bugby & Niles, one of the main bracelet suppliers to Gruen in this era: https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/MwUAAOSwPOhaUOg0/s-l1600.jpg It's for sale on eBay. Very likely came off a Gruen just like yours and looks to be pretty lo...
- Fri Jun 01, 2018 8:33 am
- Forum: Hamilton Watch Forum
- Topic: Help me find (replica?) ribbon band for women's Tonneau watch
- Replies: 13
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They show up on eBay regularly. Go into the "wristwatch bands" category and search for "ribbon clasp" or "ribbon buckle." There are several there right now, however none are white gold, only yellow. But if you check back, one will show up in white soon. In the meantime, here's a good pic that shows ...
Looking closer at the Lone Eagle case, it appears that it probably started out as the exact same case with the same lugs. You can see the seam where they just added a little bit onto the lugs to work with the narrower bracelet. http://www.mybulova.com/sites/default/files/watches/bulova%20watches%200...