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    WRUW - Thursday - 16 April 2015

    Good morning.

    Vintage (late 40s-early 50s) Zenith chronograph

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    "big" 38 mm case

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    the Martel (15 lignes) based cal. 156,

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    Hope you all have a great day ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Good morning.

    Vintage (late 40s-early 50s) Zenith chronograph

    Name:  P4150002a.JPG
Views: 130
Size:  238.4 KB

    "big" 38 mm case

    Name:  P4150003a.JPG
Views: 129
Size:  167.6 KB

    the Martel (15 lignes) based cal. 156,

    Name:  P4150010a.JPG
Views: 130
Size:  372.8 KB

    Name:  P4150009a.JPG
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Size:  272.8 KB

    Hope you all have a great day ahead.
    That's a beauty, and a fair amount of its DNA was passed down to the new EP Chrono Classic I posted about earlier today on the Zenith sub forum.

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    stunning Zenith and perfect leather C

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    Gorgeous, C

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    That's a beauty, and a fair amount of its DNA was passed down to the new EP Chrono Classic I posted about earlier today on the Zenith sub forum.
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    stunning Zenith and perfect leather C
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    Gorgeous, C
    Thank you, Gentlemen.

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    Fantastic Zenith, C -- just beautiful!

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    For me, the new kid on the block...


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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Good morning.

    Vintage (late 40s-early 50s) Zenith chronograph

    Name:  P4150002a.JPG
Views: 130
Size:  238.4 KB

    "big" 38 mm case

    Name:  P4150003a.JPG
Views: 129
Size:  167.6 KB

    the Martel (15 lignes) based cal. 156,

    Name:  P4150010a.JPG
Views: 130
Size:  372.8 KB

    Name:  P4150009a.JPG
Views: 126
Size:  272.8 KB

    Hope you all have a great day ahead.

    So. Much. Pretty.

    -hayday
    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzmaster View Post
    Fantastic Zenith, C -- just beautiful!
    Thanks, Jim.

    Quote Originally Posted by hayday View Post
    So. Much. Pretty.

    -hayday
    Thank you.

    If I'm not mistaken, I believe this is one of your favorite brands. It's my first Zenith. Let's see how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFR View Post
    Good morning.

    Vintage (late 40s-early 50s) Zenith chronograph

    Name:  P4150002a.JPG
Views: 130
Size:  238.4 KB

    "big" 38 mm case

    Name:  P4150003a.JPG
Views: 129
Size:  167.6 KB

    the Martel (15 lignes) based cal. 156,

    Name:  P4150010a.JPG
Views: 130
Size:  372.8 KB

    Name:  P4150009a.JPG
Views: 126
Size:  272.8 KB

    Hope you all have a great day ahead.
    That is a beautiful and elegant watch, C. Enjoy your new "vintage" acquisition in the best of health.

    Jane

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