I'm looking for a watch in the classic style of Tony's IWC (http://wristsushi.proboards.com/thread/742/vintage-iwc-secondhand-shop-find)
I have been fruitlessly searching the web for a new mechanical quality watch. Before I jump in and buy the only one i found, I was hoping the that the forum members may know of a company that makes this style!
So far my search has lead me to "Junkers" and this model, which is very close to the design, except i don't want a day/date display, but could live with it....
This version has a Citizen movement and would be great except for the superfluous sub dial and date window, i don't mind the power display as this was featured in several watches in the 1950's/60's.
Thanks Dr, these are getting close, it's the lumed hands and the fine lume dots that have me wanting this style. The Orients have the dauphine hands without the lume, the IWC has the candle stick hands and the fine indices.
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