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Patek Philippe: we may get some ltd.edition

carbonised black nautilus LOL. On a seroius note goodness no one was injured.
11Y
By: dreamer
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Patek Philippe: nice watch and good pairing

At least you get friendly and appreciative responses here compared to the crap you get from the mods at TZ.MS has MS of the mouth.You know what I am referring to .Cheers.
11Y
By: dreamer
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Patek Philippe: stunning watch,

but agree sub dials can be further apart on dial.
11Y
By: dreamer
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Officine Panerai: great strap choice

but IMHO, the sapphire crystal on the 312 should be curved ( rounded ) to suit the 1950 style.Too flat IMHO, but it is very nicely priced for the Inhouse movement and 3 day power.
11Y
By: dreamer
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Rolex: great post SJX and Nicolas

You both offered very interesting points on these models.
11Y
By: dreamer
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Patek Philippe: no IMHO

Simply because I am not a fan of the patek nautilus line and I love my 5146 J with slate dial.
11Y
By: dreamer
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Rolex: beautiful watch and great photograpy

Watch looks in pristine condition.
11Y
By: dreamer
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Rolex: Thank you for great write up and photos

Nicko, you have a IMHO a very "romantic" way of writing.Like saying to yourself why ( now I hope I don't get into trouble here ) you fell for a lady that has all the charm,style in the world in your own eyes but yet realistically is not the most perfect in looks in the physical sense ( if you know w
11Y
By: dreamer
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Independents: Thanks for Excellent Report.

It is interesting that when I met Peter Speake-Marin at a Dinner with a group of WIS recently , Peter spoke very highly of Peter Forsey.He mentioned he and Peter Forsey were together at the same watch making school in the UK and that Forsey had this great ability to solve very complex mechanical "is
11Y
By: dreamer
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Rolex: I am speechless in awe

What a beauty.Congrats on find and great photography .
11Y
By: dreamer
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