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WristScan: Congrats, NT931!

Great entries. And such deft judging, Art! PS. That was indeed a CK 2400/1.
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By: Ruffian
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WristScan: Thank you!

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WristScan: Thanks for those kind words!

The Nivada says thanks too! ;-)
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By: Ruffian
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WristScan: Thanks, Abel!

Glad I'm in great company here!
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By: Ruffian
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WristScan: Thank you! :-)

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WristScan: Let's see. On Monday, it was this:

An Omega Souveran from 1944. On Tuesday, it was: Heuer Autavia 2446, 1967. On Wednesday, it was a Nivada chronograph with a Valjoux 72 from the 1950s: On Thursday, a Heuer Carrera 2447 NST from 1969: And on Friday (yesterday), the Omega again: I tend to choose the watch according to its strap, to ma
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By: Ruffian
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TimeOut: The beauty of the everyday!

Thanks for sharing. I especially like the wheels on that Chrysler.
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By: Ruffian
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Horological Meandering: I think the most important thing is to know yourself.

It's also the most difficult thing. Sometimes, it's only after we buy a watch that we realize we didn't really like this aspect of it. And the more watches we accumulate, the better we know ourselves. Our 'experience' increases, one might say. One of my constraints is a moral one. Each time I buy a
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By: Ruffian
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Photography: How right Norman Rockwell was!

Change your attitude and you can change your art. Great post, Casey.
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By: Ruffian
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