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Independents: Gronefeld... going up and up in recognition

Nice down to earth brothers too. I like the special finish of their movements and of course their creativity, rooted in historic European watchmaking Congratulations, this must be quite an eventful acquisition for you!
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By: VinnieD
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Rolex: The Dayto looks good

But my sweet tooth is drawing my eyes upwards...
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By: VinnieD
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Automotive: One of the top Alfa for sure

Up there with the TZ Tubolare and some others Credit Girardo
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By: VinnieD
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Patek Philippe: A steel 5004, my grail

As for the platinum bracelet, this is a first! Congratulations on all counts, anyone would be happy with such a superb two-watch collection
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By: VinnieD
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Rolex: Superb shot indeed

I swim with my OP 39 in all circumstances
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By: VinnieD
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Horological Meandering: Wow I have never heard of that breed

And for a reason, it is very rare in Europe. I did find a kennel in the Netherlands though... seems like an excellent companion
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Audemars Piguet: Wow amazing dial

now let's see if I can book a plane to the region
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By: VinnieD
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Breguet: Very rich textures

I particularly like the small engravings that look like clouds near the moon
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By: VinnieD
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Horological Meandering: Interesting question

I am on the verge of getting my first dog. My wife previously had 2 but I never experienced this relationship. Looking at spaniels and field spaniels. Had some thoughts about a Hungarian Viszla but they are so full of energy and power, they could be a handful. What breed is yours?
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By: VinnieD
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Automotive: Nice R9T you have there

I tried it but it was too small for me and I had the impression to sit on a stool. Nice torque and power though. And the looks... one of the best modern ones. Should I go the BMW route, it would be an S1000XR but I would loose my licence too fast with that one
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