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    Wow!! Very nice!

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    Beautiful wood grain and book matched, nice. I like the green Accutron first watch middle row.

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    Vim! My head is spinning from gazing at all those pieces. Your beautiful craftsmanship is only surpassed by your collection. Very nice, and thanks for sharing.

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    Here's box six of serviced Accutrons, all 2182s.
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    The box top is New Zealand Puriri (Vitex lucens) and the sides are Monterey Cypress (Cupressus Macrocarpa)
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    Somehow the first two photos got lost. Here they are.DSC02720.jpgDSC02721.jpg
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    I need to show this to my wife so she knows that there are other people that collect watches.

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    Here is my latest box of serviced Accutrons, all 2181 or 218D. The box is made from Giant Redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum). The wood came from the stump of a very large tree which was cut down in my local town. It is highly figured from stresses generated in the stump. See if you can see the goat's head in the box top.

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    Very nice Vim203. A beautifully crafted box.

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    Stunning Watch Display Cases. Having those cases makes owning the watches twice a nice. Great watches in cases that surely would be conversations pieces by themselves.

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    At last I have got round to filling another box (No 8) with serviced 218 Accutrons. The box is made from Tasmanian Blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon) from a tree I cut up with an Alaskan mill. This box holds six of my thirteen up/downs. I have four more boxes underway all from different timbers grown on the property I have retired from.

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