With respect, you'll need to provide better photo's than that, including some of the caseback
Scouring as we speak Kong, but not finding anything. 🙁
Am thinking that it is vintage because of just the neat
case, but can find the watch, or name of the model yet
Maybe someone else will have an answer for you though,
and be able to break the case. Beautiful looking watch
though, that is for sure !!!
Hey Kong.🙂 That 16mm lug width is fun right, and actually
seems to have been a very common size years ago right?!
I think it makes the watches that much more charming, and
special. Which is what this Glycine is honestly, and also very
See, we found out what it is sir ! .. A Super Special Edition
vintage Glycine ! 😀
Dude, I’m usually good at figuring this out, but I really need a picture I can work with. A good frontal shot or a back plate shot that is visible.
I see we have taken the easy way out.
i will try again with photos.
😄 Well half, and half I guess. 😅 The problem is usually even
if I, or you don't know the model. You will still be able to maybe
find a watch that at least looks like it. However, this time around,
nothing is showing up. Honestly, just the case shape would be
so cool to discover on another Glycine. Which might lead you,
or, us to the collection this watch belonged to sir.
Who knows though, the search, or journey isn't always a
quick one right?! It just might take a little longer to figure
😀😉 Totally got that sir. Eventually I think one of us will figure
this out for you though.🙂 It just may take a little longer possibly. 😄
Wow... We all internet gophers with no help ? Let me introduce you to Google. Go find it yourself...
Goggle, (well goggles) are helpful when swimming under water. I hear tell you wear them while welding. Flying a vintage bi-plane with them seems like a good idea.
in other words, good luck you're on your own.