Last Edit: Nov 1, 2013 10:58:39 GMT -8 by normdiaz
"Even if there are moments during the day when all seems normal and when every action of your own and of those around you seems to be unremarkable, the appearance of ordinariness is an illusion, and just below the placid surface, the world is seething." -- Dean Koontz, DEEPLY ODD
You don't see too many of these around today, a 1957 Marvel
Similarly with the 21 jewel Crown from 1961
The 21 jewel Skyliner from 1962
The 35 jewel 6218-8971
I could go on and on
Then please do ! Seriously, it'll educate some of us & might well be useful for people researching a particular model in the future. I particularly like your '57 Marvel & the Weekdater above. It's always refreshing to see some non divers.
There's some very interesting & unusual watches in this thread, keep 'em coming please . yes1.gif
" When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second. When you sit on a red-hot cinder a second seems like an hour. That's relativity. " Albert Einstein
Of all the desirable models I own these are the most uncommon
The first ladies diver with single piece case and screw down crystal retaining ring, doesn't even get a mention in the parts book and was the second most expensive ladies watch at the time, second only to the 24K gold ladies Grand Seiko.
The November 66 Bellmatic one of only a hand full known.