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Sitting on my balcony and enjoy the sun, coffee and my GP.

Its a old Girard Perregaux 250 GT TdF Ferrari edition. Bougt in Hong Kong 1998. It still going perfect😎 The awning give a strange effect on the dial😆
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By: Tony.A.
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Derreck
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GP 4946. My own…

I still love it 18 years later.
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By: Dje
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amanico
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Girard-Perregaux 1957 tribute to Gyromatic

This was a 2016 limited edition that didn't really have much of a connection to the original. But it is thin and elegant and especially in person both the champagne dial and the mirror polished / brushed case are gorgeous. I don't know if it is really a t
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By: als1678
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SingaporeMarc
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38 mm vs 42 mm

38 mm on my 18.2 cm wrist Not my wrist
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By: SingaporeMarc
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amanico
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Buying a laureato from an authorized dealers vs the secondary market

Moderator Edit: This message focuses entirely on price - a topic we'd rather avoid on WatchProSite and one that is against our Terms of Conduct. Thank you SingaporeMarc for making this post, but let's avoid the subject.
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By: SingaporeMarc
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SingaporeMarc
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Laureato-Olimpico 8017 original price list

Laureato-Olimpico 8017 from the 1996 GP catalog. See the price list. Before tax 9,800 Deutschmarks. These were not cheap. This is 1996 … imagine that. And they sold out as this model was highly sought after. Good to know these things.
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By: SingaporeMarc
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SingaporeMarc
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Another vintage Girard Perregaux: Olimpico 9075 AF.

My favorite Oliimpico. I had several opportunities to get one, missed them all... Hummmmmm... Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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THIS ARTICLE SHARED IS AN EXCELLENT READ ❤️ Quartz crisis or dinosaur crisis? WHAT HAS AILED THE SWISS WATCH INDUSTRY FOR SO MANY YEARS.

Link at the end of my post. You may remember that I was quite upset with GP management for releasing what I consider to be yet another dial change reference last week. Solid gold ... so what. Same case, movement etc etc. Green sage. Lazy. And treating col
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By: Marc_Personal
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halkcb
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Laureato-Olimpico - Sleeper … I think so

Why? 1. The Laureato-Olimpico ref 8017 from Girard-Perregaux is a combination of TWO models. The Olimpico was retired with this last model and the Laureato Chronograph was born with this first model. Double signed with “olimpico” on the dial and “Laureato
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By: SingaporeMarc
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Marc_Personal
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Happy Tuesday friends in GP. Forum. 😊

My Laureato nicely captured. 👌 Like the blue dial, very manly. Geross.
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By: geross
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geross
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