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WristScan: Thank you Nico

...a usual suspect from me as well, but I am afraid my collection is not as expensive as yours 😆. I am the wrong kind of lawyer 🤣
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By: th.gr.ga
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: What a stunning piece

I particularly adore the 24 hour indicator at six; a discreet complication that helps set it apart from others in the tribute series.
4d
By: th.gr.ga
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WristScan: Grest theme ...but hard to choose

For the longest time it was my 1970 Speedmaster - a watch I saved for and bought on my 17th birthday. Wore it exclusively the next ten years. Then came my love for JLC, initially a master control in steel, then one in gold. Until this one swept me away - a love that runs very deep still: In recent y
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By: th.gr.ga
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WristScan: All gorgeous but...

...I had expected your wonderful deep sea alarm to make this list as well. It may well be my own favourite within your amazing collection (c:
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By: th.gr.ga
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Horological Meandering: Completely agree

And that FM dial is really drawing me in; many congratulations on a spectacular piece!
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By: th.gr.ga
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Horological Meandering: I like them both...

...even if to my mind they still stand in the shadow of the 1906 original:
28d
By: th.gr.ga
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Cartier: Surprises in the Copenhagen Cartier Boutique

Was treated to champagne and some high end surprises from the store manager today. Absolutely stunning to try on the new skeleton asymmetrique and cintrée. Really stand out pieces, if sadly outside my budget: Then came the new Must series. Was very close to pulling the trigger on the burgundy, as a
1M
By: th.gr.ga
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Patek Philippe: Like it...

...but can't shake the thought that Patek found strong inspiration in the Reverso 1931 models released a few years prior in terms of the basic dial design
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By: th.gr.ga
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