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The secrets of my attic...

Started by Grossisten, June 07, 2020, 04:36:10 PM


I went looking for something in the attic. I didn't find it but I stumbled upon something else among my grandmothers dessert bowls and my grandfathers certificates from the watchmaking school in Geneva in the 1910's - three watch part boxes from my fathers Zodiac import business (he was the sole importer to Denmark for 30 years or so). They contain springs for watch bands - all neatly organized in original Zodiac plastic bags and with what I think are caliber numbers typed on little labels (I'm pretty sure my mum did the typing way back in the 80'ies). I didn't realize I had this, I guess I didn't realize the history the boxes represent when I put them there (when I grew up playing in my fathers offices there was stuff like this all around so I didn't take much notice). What a nice Saturday suprise!



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