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A. Lange & Söhne: Couldn't find photographic evidence

My AD met him at Baselworld and mentioned he was wearing one. There is an article online that states he wore a Pour le Mérite tourbillon occasionally and for a an interview he wore a Langematik Outsized Date so it appears he wore various references.
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By: Uncle Chico
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Patek Philippe: For me, a watch should match the occasion

Your current collection covers all the bases plus has the added benefit of being under the radar to the general population. I wore a yellow gold Day/Date for a number of years but ultimately found it to be an attention magnet so I sold it and do not regret the decision. A one watch wardrobe is too l
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By: Uncle Chico
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A. Lange & Söhne: 👍👏 [nt]

But Saxonia on my list.
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By: Uncle Chico
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Horological Meandering: My unobtainable grail watch...

is one my father wore in the 1940s during the war in Europe. He gave it to a fellow soldier before an engagement because he had a premonition he would be a causality. He was indeed wounded but not fatally. After the war his comrade sent it back to him. I saw it in a box he kept but after he died I l
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By: Uncle Chico
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Horological Meandering: Good advice

Two time cancer survivor here. Prostate was one of them. Had a combined total of four surgeries, five months of chemotherapy and two different radiation therapies. Early detection is the key. As a friend once said, there are two kinds of men; those who have trouble with their prostate and those who
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By: Uncle Chico
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I went to university in Philadelphia

During my student days my watch was much more modest. That is a beautiful Reverso.
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By: Uncle Chico
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Vacheron Constantin: Classical understated elegance

Makes whatever you wear a dress event.
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By: Uncle Chico
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