1. Chef40

    Chef40 Jun 25, 2020

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    i was in my local jewellers today as he had sized a rubber strap on a vintage omega for me. I have known him for years and bought several watches off him and we both love watches and talking about them. He said have a look at this stop watch as it came in today and I want ex amount for it. On a whim I bought it. It’s maybe a tad big to wear but looked in good condition. Does anybody know if it’s right, how old and what it was used for. 1518567F-87A5-48C9-8306-44006009EF30.jpeg D6C8D3BC-4C45-4990-9067-BB64AFAA7E0E.jpeg 0829A59E-C132-450F-BFE3-4D04ED3FA7D7.jpeg A5142FBA-9346-432B-AEDF-06DF133082F5.jpeg BB7FA8A8-1B63-4755-9247-3E8C560148AA.jpeg 4DDD2D71-EE93-4900-943C-35D65517D69A.jpeg 6322B922-9819-4475-B829-2AF5C36DA3A8.jpeg
     
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  2. Yago

    Yago Jun 25, 2020

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    Game Master, great piece! :thumbsup:
     
  3. Chef40

    Chef40 Jun 25, 2020

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    Do you know why it says military and not games master on it
     
  4. Yago

    Yago Jun 25, 2020

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    No idea, not too familiar with this one but this one does seem to miss a pusher so perhaps a different calibre than the standard. The other ‘military’ I find online is the same as yours. Perhaps a military issue for drill sergeants ;)
     
  5. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG Jun 25, 2020

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  6. Chef40

    Chef40 Jun 25, 2020

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    Thanks for that as I now know what it was for although I can’t imagine a jockey wearing one of these
     
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