D.G. showed me copy(maybe original not sure)
would love to know that dr.Vlahovich,very Croatian sure name
sorry if I made some problems,didn't know that was confidiental :-(
JeronimThis message has been edited by amanico on 2010-10-08 07:29:26
any mess around here.
thanks for best wishes,same to you
and same for Olimpic Marseille!
Y. love that club since you guys bought our A.Boksic
not to mention Skoblar
Who is the crook in the middle of the pic?
Best, Padre Shlomo!
Sylvester Stallone ordered 20 pieces of
the 207/A, he wanted them rapidly (for if I remember correctly his birthday party),
Panerai in Firenze arranged to rapidly deliver the first 10 pieces together
with other pieces (201A & 205A). On arrival/delivery Stallone was disappointed by the
207/A dial, he did not like it, especially when he could compare them to the
other pieces. The 10 x 207/A (blue dial) pieces returned back to Panerai
A new dial was drawn in accordance to the actor’s
requirements. From way back, I
remember to be told at Panerai in Firenze that they re-utilised 3 of the returned
blue 207/A 10 pieces to complete the 20 new dialled 207/A pieces ordered by S.
Stallone. Needless to say that the
final and complete order (207/A 20 pieces) was delivered post the party
*You will here below find a copy of the original final invoice to Sylvester Stallone for the 207/A (black numerals dials), together with related watch-numbers
So hurry up before knowledge travel around the globe, you now know which to look for.
I have learn to entirely ignore all rumours,
even if certified that they could be more than 7 x 207/A bleu dial, 7 x 207A blue dial pieces is what I was told way back and before the end of Panerai Sistemi spa, and this is what I too believe.
About the rest or others, I understand how it can be, it
is because initially the production of the 207/A was specified and approved for
production to ‘Valgine’ (Frères Guenat) with a blue dial and blue hands, due to actor's rejection a new dial was produced for all 207/A units, but the blue dials had been produced already, this explains
the many left over discarded blue dials and matching blue hands, may be up to 95 sets.
At the time I did not count how many, but I saw a box full of it (1998)
I ask you: DO NOT COPY, DO NO DUPLICATE, DO NOT HOST THIS IMAGE HERE BELOW