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Girard Perregaux: Greetings, Daos...

G'day, greetings all! Still busy time in Germany´s capitol i´m really moved to read your warm words... So here´s a bit some may find interesting; tidbits of the past, as waterproof watches seem to enjoy a lot of interest these days: The pictured pieces may give an idea; GP actually had a couple of v
6Y
By: PeterCDE
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Girard Perregaux: It´s the same model

G'day, back then, the Vintage1945 line had less models than today. For mainly aesthetic reasons, all watches were engraved "2599" then. The full reference code started with 25990 yet, followed by numerals to indicate case material, dial colour and material of strap/bracelet. There´s not been a refer
8Y
By: PeterCDE
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Girard Perregaux: Big congrats to all involved!!

Enjoy the brand, the forum and the fans!! Cheers, Peter
8Y
By: PeterCDE
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Girard Perregaux: a guess

G'day, GP´s WW.TC underwent some changes, such as adding the "Financial" models (FTC) or integrating a Fly-Back chronograph lately. As far as i recall, reference 49805 indicates the FTC range; as of 2006, there are some subtle, but thorough changes. These mostly account for a new look, improved
8Y
By: PeterCDE
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Girard Perregaux: Very nice!

G'day, thank for your thoughts (and taking the time to share them)! It´s great to read a piece dedicated to the practical aspects of watches; after all, these are made to be worn and to tell time! Cheers, Peter
8Y
By: PeterCDE
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Girard Perregaux: Yes, inhouse caliber [nt]

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8Y
By: PeterCDE
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Girard Perregaux: Try it.

G'day, i´ve got a rather small wrist and it´s a perfectly comfortable watch (some pictures in earlier discussions). Try it, i´m sure you´ll love it. Cheers, Peter
8Y
By: PeterCDE
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