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This is the way we receive friend in Paris :-)

A few days ago, we had a GTG with a great GS collector coming from Australia. We could not miss to organise a nice gathering with some connoisseurs at Seiko Boutique Paris. Here are some pics of this unforgetable evening, with some rare pieces. This one is a very rare bird, a piece of history. ;-) T
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By: gnkt
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Following your advice... PP World Timer 5930G-001

Hi everyone. Recently I posted for the first time asking thoughts/opinions about consolidating ones collection and “upgrading” it to fewer, more prestigious pieces. With money being a limiting factor (for most) the questions “how many” and “which” watches was the focus. In my mind, I like the idea o
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By: DrDJRL
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amanico
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Sunday picture: Jaeger Chronograph Ref E 2638, box and papers.

Almost a time capsule... Imagine you are in 1964 / 1965... You arrive at a JLC AD, yes, at that time, the Jaeger Lecoultre Boutiques didn't exist. You push the door, you look at the windows, and you notice this lovely chronograph, sleeping here. You want something else than a Speedmaster or a Dayton
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By: amanico
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A quick picture of one of the stars of our forum: Rolex SkyDweller Steel Blue.

I could never see it in the metal, to tell you all, in this dial and case configuration. Raymond S came with it and allowed me to play with it a bit, enough to wear it and to take a quick picture. Definitely convincing, this watch has just one issue, for me, the fluted bezel. Not my style, but for t
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By: amanico
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Subexplorer
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Seen today in Paris: Girard Perregaux Vintage 45 Mechanics of Art, Blue.

As Raymond S was in town, today, I could admire some of his watches, and among them, this superb Vintage 45 Mechanics Of Art Blue. Which is one of my favorite modern Girard Perregaux. That watch blends tradition ( with its original cambered rectangular case ) and modernity, with this open dial, almo
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Watch-related book tip: Gary Shteyngart, Lake Success

Hi all, I just read this on the plane and can heartily recommend it. I have never read a fiction book with this much watch content - the author is clearly a fellow sufferer. The story is a satirical view of US society at the time of the Trump election, where the protagonist takes off after a fight w
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By: donizetti
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DruidPadj
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PanoMatic Luna:A true beauty on the in- and outside.

A true beauty on the in- and outside: Ticking within the PanoMatic Luna is the Calibre 90-12, which can be admired through the sapphire crystal case back offering clear views of the exquisitely decorated mechanical heart of the watch and its duplex swan-neck fine adjustment. Numerous traditional ele
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By: Tony.A.
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Given the presumed number of 911 owners we have here, it’s about time to start a roll call. Any age and specifications.

Let me start with some photos of my 991.2 GT3 RS. Best, Volker
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By: Pretty Boy
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raymond74
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A quite unusual Blancpain...

... but (to me) no less desirable since it has grown on me a lot and one week ago entered my modest collection... With a lot of pleasure I introduce the Blancpain L‘Evolution GMT Reveil, reference 8841-1134-53B, 43,5mm steel case, 13,75mm height, 10atm water resistance, brought to life by calibre 12
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By: shortys home
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MCG
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