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Patek Philippe: Mechanism?!

324SC is the bread and butter of PP. Your analogy doesn't make sense.
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By: Poky
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Patek Philippe: Probably

More than likely the way it is going
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By: Poky
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Horological Meandering: Terribly sorry to hear that but anything less than a murder is unlikely to get seen to.

It has come to the point that you would actually be grateful for not being physically harmed by the criminals. They are running the country, literally!
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By: Poky
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Audemars Piguet: Looks like the owner will have to pay someone to take it off his hands

I wouldn't touch this with a barge pole. Save yourself money and hassle and purchase one from a reputable dealer.
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By: Poky
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Horological Meandering: I suspect it is a combination of both; the link and pin wearing

That is one of my issues with any bracelet, eventually it will stretch to the point that the adjacent links rub against each other. Friction and loss of material is inevitable when two parts are moving against each other. I wonder if there is any innovation for watch bracelets to slow this process o
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By: Poky
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Patek Philippe: +1

It is a "so what" watch with PP on it. Although the ladies in the audience may have a different view.
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By: Poky
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A. Lange & Söhne: This forum is getting better and better

Cool watches and a complimentary match making
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By: Poky
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Patek Philippe: Does it have to be P?

I know at least one place that has a good example of R with a white dial. It looks great and the price is similar to a used 5170R.
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By: Poky
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