David's Citizen Watches blog

David's Citizen Watches blog

Postby koimaster » October 10th 2017, 3:57pm

I have been in love with watches for along long time, I am not a finicky collector I collect what I like and what I can afford. My first watch, the one that I recall buying because I like it, was paid for by my Aunt in Panama city, Panama. I was not collecting at the time but after I had some watches around I started to tinker with them and keep them in order so the collection grew until I started buying at auctions, pawnshops and flea markets around Colombia, Panama and Miami among other places around the world.

This year (2017) I design and build a drawer chest to keep them in, and also making leather travel pouches wich I sale to stores around the area.



Hope you enjoy my collection, feel free to contact me.

Ps The aerial images are taken by me.


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Re: David's Citizen Watches blog

Postby foghorn » October 10th 2017, 4:03pm

Cool collection. A little of everything.
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Re: David's Citizen Watches blog

Postby NorthCountry » October 10th 2017, 4:48pm

Its a happy collection. That bullhead Citizen auto was my favorite.
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Re: David's Citizen Watches blog

Postby conjurer » October 10th 2017, 6:47pm

Any guy who's got Orient and Omega in his collection is all right by me.
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Re: David's Citizen Watches blog

Postby TemerityB » October 10th 2017, 6:52pm

Simple.

A guy and his vintage watch collection. Fun.

Fun.

Fun.

I bet Allison will really like this one; hope she checks it out. I know I think it's really a lot of fun.
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Re: David's Citizen Watches blog

Postby conjurer » October 10th 2017, 6:57pm

TemerityB wrote:Simple.

A guy and his vintage watch collection. Fun.

Fun.

Fun.

I bet Allison will really like this one; hope she checks it out. I know I think it's really a lot of fun.


Wait a minute--we're supposed to be having fun with this shit??
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