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A. Lange & Söhne: Congrats and thanks for sharing! When you send your watch to Lange for its next servicing...

... seriously consider asking them to replace your front crystal (and also your back one, if you want) with antireflective-coated crystals. It doesn't look like your crystal is AR-coated. You may love the watch even more if you do that!
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A. Lange & Söhne: There were several others, yes...

You can see them on the "Historic Data" tab at http:// / vWFC7Q (remove spaces).
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A. Lange & Söhne: I remember that beauty!

Have a great weekend!
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Food & Wine: Looks delicious, Tony!

The only "good" thing about COVID-19 (for me, in a totally selfish way) is that certain restaurants that never used to do take-out were doing it, at least for awhile. Some still are. I got this a few days ago (it's a lot of food -- lasts me 2-3 days).
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A. Lange & Söhne: I used to look at them side-by-side frequently...

From about 2000-2006, I worked very near an AD who sold both Lange and GO. I frequently looked at the two brands side by side. I never owned a GO but briefly considered getting a PanoRetroGraph. I always preferred Lange because GO, while very nice by itself, just felt much less well made next to the
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A. Lange & Söhne: Yes, you're definitely not alone. I'm glad Lange made both dial types...

I had the older matte grey dial for many years and liked it but didn't love it. Then I fell in love with the more metallic dial as soon as I saw it. I was thrilled to get that newer dial in a case that had the protruding rectangular calendar corrector. The rectangular corrector is very important to
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