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A. Lange & Söhne: A come-back of the Cabaret family?

No, I doubt it. It seems to be only a new but very attractive packaging for unsold pieces. Movement N. are in the 60k.
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By: Saxon
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A. Lange & Söhne: Fantastic 175th Anniversary pieces

Thank you FX for your review. I like the 175th anniversary watches very much, much better than the watch presented 5 years ago, where I wrote here: "And now the 1815 "200th Anniversary F.A. Lange"? A big watch with its 40 mm case, and "only" a black dial and limitation number on case back. I agree,
7M
By: Saxon
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Glashütte Original: Great pictures

of a very nice watch. I like the color scheme of the watch very much, not to speak about the movement. The counter could be used as a ölräknare 😉
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By: Saxon
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Omega: No Speedy today

but my trusty Sub
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By: Saxon
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A. Lange & Söhne: I don't expect the re-release of the Cabaret

but with Moritz Grossmann Cornerstone and Lang & Heyne Georg there are very nice rectangular watches available from Saxony.
10M
By: Saxon
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WristScan: Yes, me too

I like the monochrome appearance with the little red accents.
11M
By: Saxon
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A. Lange & Söhne: +1

On 7th December 1845 the compagnie F. A. Lange & Cie. was founded in Glashütte. So maybe we have to wait a few months to see a 175th anniversary piece.
1Y
By: Saxon
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Patek Philippe: I am not a vintage PP expert.

but there are other nice references, such as 570, 2508 or 1578 with it´s spider lugs, worth to look for. I was smitten by the reference 2526: the first automatic movement from PP, considered by many as one of the most beautiful and finished automatic movements to date. It is said to be produced only
1Y
By: Saxon
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