Sandwich dial or not, pencil hands or not, light caramel or black, Luminor Panerai, or Radiomir Panerai, or Marina Militare, gilt or white wording... Even the size and the thickness of the wording is not the same. At the end, three different characters...
Credit picture: Christies. This watch is so hard to take in picture that there are very fe correct pictures of it. The " Cali " is certainly one of my favorite Radiomir Wire Lugs. This dial is incredibly beautiful. The happy owners among us are lucky! Bes
A not often seen Panerai, this PAM 521, with its platinum Radiomir case, and its special bezel, from 2013 Add its Minerva movement already housed in the former PAM 398 / 399, among others, and it is a pretty desirable one! Cherry on the cake, a superb bro
Third place goes to Raymond and his Daytona: Second place for Art and his delectable Constellation... And the winner for me this week is Abel‘s spectacular shot of his Radiomir 👌🏻 Wishing a great weekend to everyone!
2004 PAM 192 and its tantalum case. Credit picture Sothebys. 2003 PAM 163, steel. Credit unknown. 44 mm Luminor case, versus 44 mm Radiomir Case. Limited Edition of 300 pieces for the 192, 230 pieces for the 163. Valjoux 234 manual chronograph movement fo
But later changed my mind as I realized that I was captivated by the Radiomir Panerai script. The font, the size, the spacing very much like the 372. I like the font execution on the 47mm cases vs say the one on my zero for example. I think the font/logo
Over on WatchesBySJX Click Here The 4 different lines are going to be more differentiated from each other than before. Excerpts: "Radiomir stands for all that has been in the past – re-editions, vintage, [the classic yacht] Eilean, Firenze, museums. This