Thanks. I have the Lum-Tec M61 (pic posted somewhere in this thread) and it has a real wrist 'presence'Frankie169 wrote: ↑Mon Apr 29, 2019 10:27 pmThanks, i was an early fan of the Lum-tec brand, well the M tungsten range having owned an M6,7,25 and M26 GMT, shame they don’t do them anymore
Regarding the restoration job, that is an “A Schild”. It was my wife’s fathers. He bought two at the beginning of WW2, one for him and another for his wife, Carole found it in a draw a couple of years ago, non running, no second hand and the crystal missing. I sent it to Duncan who I knew from TZ and he really went to town on it, sourced a replacement hand from overseas, got a new crystal made, refurbed the dial and rebuilt the movement, In fact I was so amazed when I got it back I actually paid him more than he asked for as I thought he was under charging me!!!,. My wife actually was in tears when she saw it, below is a link to the rebuilt from Duncan’s site
I've been looking through the blog of the watchmaker you posted a link to - what a great job he does, I'm enjoying looking through some of the watches he's worked on.