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Not bad looking at all, this Lange & Sohne Richard Lange Pour le Mérite in white gold!

I must say that I prefer the platinum version for one reason, its enamel dial, but this white gold doesn't lack character with its " normal " black dial. I also love the way our dear Justin associate his straps with his watches. Here, quite daring, but no
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Base metal for the Enamel Dial

Seiko Presage enamel dials, are acknowledged by Seiko to have rough surface (apart from dimples which are normal). Arita Porcelain dials also have color unevenness as acknowledged by Seiko. Arita dials are also substantially thicker by virtue of their pro
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By: chintu
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Watchonthewrist
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Finally, another void has been filled…

I always wanted a RG Lange and a RIchard Lange to fill the Lange family models. Which RL is the big question. The most popular and highly regarded ones are the PLM models, especially the initial PT and RG with enamel dials but those are hard to find (Pt m
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By: Clueless_Collector
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Sfwatchlover
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For the pleasure of the eyes: Lange & Sohne Richard Lange Pour le Mérite Rose Gold.

A masterpiece, with a simple look, hiding a true horological marvel. The discreet charm of enamel, And the magic of a fusée and chain movement: Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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holdemchamp1225
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Simpler Time-only watches

The minimalist approach in a two hander keeps the dial clean and presents a lovely sense of space. It is however essential that two hand watch dials ought to have a greater focus on the following to make it a sublime visual experience. Dial: either guillo
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By: Clueless_Collector
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Clueless_Collector
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A few pictures of the Lange & Sohne Richard Lange.

For the pleasure of the eyes and of the mind. I love these serious, sober and elegant watches. The Connoisseur know what he has in his hands. And it is not too hyped, either. One of these very good Lange to own, I think. Enjoy. Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Difficult decision...

I am blessed with the good fortune of adding a new A. Lange & Söhne to my collection. I am torn between the Zeitwerk (140.029) and the 1815 Chronograph (414.028). I would ultimately like to add both references to my small collection, but can only add
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By: CrookedOak
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CrookedOak
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Ordered: One for me (Triple Split) - One for she (Little 1 MP). The wait begins.

Richard Lange Pour Le Metre as it was released in both platinum and rose gold in limited editions at the same time. A few years later to release the white gold and black dial (non enamel) seemed unfair. With the triple split I think it was easier to predi
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By: CantDrive55
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holdemchamp1225
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My three favorite Lange since the Richard Lange Pour le Mérite. The Richard Lange Jumping Seconds ( White Gold Black Dial ), the Datograph Lumen and the Triple Split.

I really tried to get a Datograph Lumen from my local AD but they were not allocated one. I didn’t want to buy internationally without a relationship/trust and huge taxes on my end. It’s way more than I would spend on a watch, but for this one I was willi
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By: amanico
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amanico
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My three favorite Lange since the Richard Lange Pour le Mérite. The Richard Lange Jumping Seconds ( White Gold Black Dial ), the Datograph Lumen and the Triple Split.

During these last 12 years, there are not many Lange which puzzled me, I have to say, but there are three of them which really caught my attention. The Datograph Lumen, first: ( 2017 ) While I am not a big fan of the Datograph second generation, I must sa
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By: amanico
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amanico
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