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    Smile @@ THIS IS A WIND UP @@

    Hi everyone , seeing as we have a thread on early auto's how about manual wind up's . I have not got many real early models but do have this Tressa . I know some of you have some so please join in. DW.

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    Lovely Ray.

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    Here is one I miss:

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    Gorra few windup vintage watches, but I'll start with the oldest, this 'ere 1953 vintage Smiths De Luxe.

    Ric

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    Then another Smiths De Luxe, this time a 1959 model. Currently on its way back from the watchmender unfixed 'cos it needs replacement parts wot don't grow on Swiss trees.

    Ric

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    Next up is this 1962ish Tainjin WuYi.

    Ric

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    Then the earliest manual wind chronograph, this 'ere ca. 1962-63 vintage Strela 3017.

    Ric

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    Another manual wind chronograph, the 1969ish Stowa Landeron 248.

    Probably marketing suicide by Stowa when the likes of Heuer had started mass producing automatic chronos at the same time.

    Ric

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    Last of my vintage hand winds is this mid to late 1970s Shuangling 20 Zuan.

    Ric

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