Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

Rember my watch tools?

Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

With these I fully restored this vintage chronograph, which been lying in a drawer for at least 10 years,
until what I would say, nearly mint condition, also a added a new battery (!), the old one wasn't a beauty Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

Nearly on the day, 30 years since I bought it!
It was quite exspensive than (!), chronometer and waterproof to 100 meters.
WOW !! Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

Give me a high offer and I perhaps consider it Vintage Chronograph, restored by me!

Doc
your tools remind me of the atrocious insruments from Cronenberg's
03/30/2009 - 22:59
Dead Ringers PS: Any Cronenberg fans on the Lounge?
Yes
03/31/2009 - 00:23
Shivers (1975) Rabid (1977)
Re: Yes
03/31/2009 - 04:37
Scanners was my Favorite!!!!!!   Any news on the Mont Blanc?
Re: your tools remind me of the atrocious insruments from Cronenberg's
03/31/2009 - 05:39
Yes, sort of.. Cronenberg is from Toronto. His daughter, by coincidence graduated from university at the same time as my son and I saw him at the commencement ceremonies. This film is about 2 gynaecologists, I believe. I never saw it, but having been trained in that specialty I should recognize some of the instruments. However, some are  only of academic interest since they were used in the 1900 century. I have seen some in medical museums and in old textbooks; but I don't recognize any of these. It may be the angle of the photo. The one in the middle actually looks like metal pig's feet! JB
they are actually weird instruments invented by the twin brothers! (nt
03/31/2009 - 11:47
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I was thinking they looked more like....
03/31/2009 - 06:20
something from Eli Roth's Hostel.... :-) Bill
We should use these instrument ...
03/31/2009 - 16:31
... To take away the information to the bad moderator who loves teasers
Impressive tools!
04/01/2009 - 04:02
Doc, I don't remember that you are a trained watchmaker and I am surprised that your Seiko is still working. Regards Ling