Lost C5 Malvern Automatic Mark II, London.

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Lost C5 Malvern Automatic Mark II, London.

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Christopher Ward watch. C5 Malvern Automatic Mark II probably lost it in or between Embankment, Victoria, and Waterloo. At just after midnight (Friday night or early Saturday 27 morning). It has an identifiable serial number 0031. Even more of a longshot as I lost the watch nearly two weeks ago now. But just in case. I have also posted in the Christopher Ward Enthusiasts Facebook group (but not the other groups on Fb). Thanks to all the fans who have read, messaged, liked and given advice there. A nice bunch of people :-).
I realise this is a huge world wide forum and has a large number of posts, apologies for something slightly off topic.
Thanks to Administrator, Kip, for admitting me.

Kiron R (from Liverpool, UK).
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Re: Lost C5 Malvern Automatic Mark II, London.

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:( ... sorry. good luck !
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Re: Lost C5 Malvern Automatic Mark II, London.

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Bummer!

Do you have a reason for not cross-posting to the two other CW facebook fora?

I'm guessing you're watching ebay and other selling sites?
C60 MKI, MKII, MKIII: "some",
C6 & C60 Kingfishers,
C600 Tritechs,
C63 "some",
C65 "some",
Some other brands
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Re: Lost C5 Malvern Automatic Mark II, London.

Post by missF »

I’m sure you’ve been asked already if you’ve filed a police report? And checked out pawn shops near where it was stolen? Also - the immediate assumption is that someone has stolen it, but it may have been handed in to a station lost property?

It seems such a needle in a haystack but one tiny lucky break and it may just turn up. So I’ll keep my fingers crossed for just that. :thumbup:
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Re: Lost C5 Malvern Automatic Mark II, London.

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I’m sure you’ve been asked already if you’ve filed a police report
Second that - a mate of mine lost something in Glasgow years ago and got to have a look through the lost property at his local police station. While he didn't get his lost property back, he was amazed at the stuff they did have.
I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left