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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thanks!

The bronze short-sword is early iron age, Luristan, circa 1200-800 BCE, as is the bronze axe head. The spearhead laying in front is copper alloy, Cypriot, C. 2500-2000 BCE. The pottery bowl to the left is pre-Columbian, the one to the right is middle bronze age. The tall black piece to the far right
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Love it! Congratulations!

Here's mine, an earlier basic model, slowly being surrounded by other collections...
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Horological Meandering: I just downloaded and started using the CatalogIt free version to see how it works for me. I'm hooked! Much more detailed and far easier than my Excel files.

I will no doubt need to upgrade to the paid version but looks well worth it! Thanks again, Mike, and it's given me the much needed incentive to update all my files!
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Horological Meandering: I've been using Excel spreadsheets for my collections although I don't have one for watches yet, just haven't found the time.

It works well for me with coins, antiquities, porcelain, artwork, and others. Once I catch up with updating these spreadsheets (have been consistently adding pieces but neglecting updating) I'll get to the watches. But you may have a point. Maybe it takes me longer than it needs to because I'm using
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Automotive: You are very welcome!

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Automotive: I thought I remembered seeing it for sale on Bring a Trailer not long ago so I did a search...

I have no idea if the seller's comments about it being custom are correct but I've never seen another like it. Seller claims it was re-bodied in the '70s. Here's a link to when it was for sale:
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Automotive: But I believe this spyder has a custom, one-off body.

Although the original factory-bodied spyder is certainly beautiful, I think this re-bodied custom is spectacular.
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