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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Great to see these gems and the interest around them

This was one of my first vintage pieces I obtained (triple date calendar in gold plate). A classic piece from JLC. Wearable at 35 mm.
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Cartier: Numbering question

My watch is numbered: 000X MG. Anyone know what that means?
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Audemars Piguet: That really is Cool!

Great watch and pic. Envious.
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By: biw
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A. Lange & Söhne: Yes, it is the Saxonia Annual Calendar

Yes it is. This is still my favorite Lange (since I have one and not the 1815 Chrono or Datograph). Saxonia Annual Calendar
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By: biw
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Cartier: Cartier Collection Privée Tank à vis Platinum

I share this watch with my wife, a classic Tank appearance with the heft of a thick platinum case. Does anyone know the number they made of this Collection Privée Cartier Paris edition?
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By: biw
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A. Lange & Söhne: 1815 Moon Phase - Unforgettable Masterpieces

From the A. Lange & Sohne website: 1815 MOON PHASE On the occasion of Emil Lange’s 150th birthday in 1999 and to pay tribute to his horological accomplishments, his watchmaking descendants crafted this masterpiece as a symbolic monument in his honour. The moon-phase display is so precise that it
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By: biw
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A. Lange & Söhne: Thanks for the photos

Great to see the old and new version of this complication. Great history and the DNA is still there.
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By: biw
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A. Lange & Söhne: Vintage ALS Marine Chronometer

Here is a pic of my ALS marine chronometer. The first Lange that I owned. You can see the 1815 design of arabic numerals and railway-track seconds scale. Interestingly, the Auf/Ab scale is reverse to the modern iteration of this complication.
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By: biw
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