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=D 1) Omega Tresor “orbis” edition - has a teddy bear as the number 8 date numeral, and a gold bridge behind. Around 8k brand new 2) Blancpain Villeret Complete Calender in stainless steel. Should be around 12k brand new after discounts, if in USD. Has a
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By: Ssherman855
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Ssherman855
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Collectible Swatch Pieces: Diaphane One

It was always exciting to see a Swatch advertisement in the 90’s. Cool, funky, hyped-about, and fun pieces that adults spent on, to make themselves smile. Swatch Scuba These came in nice plastic boxes and funky colours Credit: Vintage Ad Browser I remembe
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By: Cookies
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Ronald Held
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Extract from archives

Has anyone had an extract procured? I don't need the full authentication (where you send watch in for full breakdown and verification) , but think an extract would be cool. I have an early 50s watch that I have always liked. I filled out the easy form onl
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By: TeutonicCarFan
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TeutonicCarFan
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Nicolas asked for a collage of my Omega collection a while back. A bit late, perhaps . . .

Which led me to think.. i’m not sure they can plop that in on a 38mm RM which then made me think.. that RM60 won’t be getting updated anytime soon. Not unless there’s an existing manual caliber that fits a 38? The movement on those Tresors are quite nice.
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By: Dr No
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holdemchamp1225
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Another new release I find very appealing.

Have always liked the contemporary Tresor but with the Small Seconds the design has so far found its best expression in my opinion, at least in steel. What do you think? Cheers Marc pictures c/o Omega website
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By: Gwai
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halkcb
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This goes out to my dearest WPS friends... A request from a good friend of mine and i hope you can help?

Tresor De Ville Steel Chronometer watch. + It is modern with sufficient heritage. + It is elegant - with 3 hands and date. + Leather band. +/- hand wound + steel only ++ Dial colour - blue +++ ~ EUR6,000 Image from Omega website
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By: @lberti
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@lberti
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The Railmaster 60th Anniversary!

Not quite the investment, but at least a "decent" store of value. I'm thinking it's relatively also easy to move over time. Just get one, enjoy it for what it is and assess from there. Personally, I think there's a long term upside to it. Maybe not Sotheb
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By: D-TIME1
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Clueless_Collector
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Potential new acquisition?....Opinions please!

Thank you so much for your input! I really mean it as I was truly undecided. After much debate and consideration I have made a decision (can’t wait can ya😃?) on the following pieces: GSOTM...A definite buy. Already own DSOTM (for evening formal...which I
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By: myles721
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dkaleal
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Interesting Comparison.

So I can not check it this week. Please can you make a measure of the small crown. I guess there are different sizes on the run. NOS case? Grüße Stephan
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By: Briandumais
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amanico
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Omega Tresor 125th Anniversary. Some official pictures and thoughts.

To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the first watch with the Omega name on its dial, the eponymous brand decided to launch, some days ago, the Tresor. I totally understand the choices made by Omega, here. The case in yellow gold, which is deliciously re
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By: amanico
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amanico
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