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Omega: Portuguese import mark on the upper left lug

Congratulations on a very lovely find. Regards Conor
7Y
By: long71
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Patek Philippe: Congratulations on a great watch

Such a stealthy timepiece, sober and discreet and a fantastic movement inside. I've not seen that many, any idea how many were ever produced? Regards Conor
7Y
By: long71
0

Horological Meandering: Great collection

I agree that these are vastly underrated watches for the quality of construction and design. The assymetric military lemania cases have a wonderfully solid and distinctive feel. I recently got my TG195 serviced and the watchmaker commented afterwards on the quality of the watch, saying he found it h
7Y
By: long71
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: A very interesting issue

Many thanks for bringing this to the community Nicholas. You have done much to promote the historical importance of the original, and I believe that without your efforts, this edition would have struggled to come to fruition. I find it a very interesting development, but like many other would have p
7Y
By: long71
1

Horological Meandering: Also from Oscar Wilde

"I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best." Conor
8Y
By: long71
1

Audemars Piguet: Shock-proofing

First time I've seen that movement with shock-proofing on the balance. Interesting Conor
8Y
By: long71
1

Horological Meandering: very nice piece

I like the chatons around the jewels, lovely swan-neck regulator. Balance is large, like other the classic 30mm movements (135, 30t2rg etc). Is it also around that size? Conor
8Y
By: long71
0

Horological Meandering: Great topic

I was thinking about precisely this issue recently, when I looked at my regular rotation, and realised that my beaters were all from the early 1950s. I work in an office (mostly) and try to ensure that I don't abuse them, but I did wonder about ageing. Of course the answer that appeals most is simpl
8Y
By: long71
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