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A. Lange & Söhne
PuristS Chinese Digest
Very nicely for posting.
Mine is sitting near my desk in Santa Monica.
I rarely wear it as it is large for my wrist, but it remains a very cool watch.
I have always wondered how it worked.
Can you explain? I (and maybe others) will be grateful if you can. Does the internal bezel turn? What is the need for the external bezel since there is a date window?
How did you get that grasshopper to stand still long enough to be photographed?
It's always a pleasure to join your walks vicariously. Thanks for sharing.
Wow! Great picture!
It makes me feel as I were there, or, since in fact I am not there, it makes me want to be there.
And a great thing to meet our co-hobbyists!
The diversity of collecting concentration is always inspiring. Thanks for organizing and photographing, Art.
I have gone to great trouble to find appropriate buckles for many of my watches. In some cases I eventually no longer wanted the watches, but kept them longer than I should have because of the effort that went into finding the buckles.
An A. Schild movement, I think.
As in the Fifty Fathoms. A fact Blancpain might prefer that we forget. Certainly a robust and durable movement, though.
You picked a good day to visit, as we have been having some cloudy ones recently.
It's amazing how much there is to know about watches.