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Patek Philippe: Following up on the comments/observations of GirlAndHerWatches - I had always assumed that the difference in appearance between individual

examples of a specific 5131 reference eg the J, was strictly in the colors. But from examining your collages it is clear to me that I was mistaken. The borders, shapes of land masses and amount of space between land masses varies from dial to dial. What I would like to know is what is the process fo
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By: patekova
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Patek Philippe: Don’t sell yourself short. You may be a newbie, but I certainly would not know it from your comments.

You clearly have an artistic sensibility and passion for Patek that I appreciate, as I sure others on the Forum do or will. So please keep contributing your viewpoints and perspectives. Best, Patekova
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Patek Philippe: Thank you for your thought provoking analysis. Also for the very nice things you say about both references. Yes, they are both very similar and very different at the same time.

I have a somewhat different perspective regarding the “classic” versus “modern” comparison. For me and of course it is just my personal viewpoint, the 5231 is more classic. I say this because, the font is more traditional, there is no crown guard and Patek Philippe is on the dial not on the bezel. M
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