dave, that's a beauty, and you've posted it before, i think. if i'm remembering correctly, it was that picture that got me really interested in picking a tonneau up. and that lead to this-
it started out as a grimy mess from a lot. however, it ran perfectly from the moment i first wound it. the dial had a good sized radium burn, but another lot- this time of dials only- and there we go. a 19mm band later and it looks pretty decent.
Posts: 39 | Location: Southern California in the USA | Registered: June 01, 2007
Thanks for the information on the Hamilton. I'll have to get that book. I always enjoy seeing the watches that you present on this forum. Some of us would never see the caliber of watches you people present if it wasn't for our Chapter 185.
Posts: 431 | Location: Billings, Montana USA | Registered: February 05, 2007
The Hamilton Virus is soooo easy to catch. I got it from an 87 year-old watchmaker 4 years ago and it has resisted all known medication. My Hayden is my favorite because it always solicits questions. And it is fun talking about watches. Don Evans
Posts: 18 | Location: Willis, Texas in the USA | Registered: April 05, 2008