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F.P. Journe: The most important thing is you have to look at it and try it on. Don’t trust the photographs. You know which one would suit you once you try them on. Follow your heart.

I would prefer CS. However my first FPJ is Octa Automatique Reserve 38 mm because I needed a date watch. Later on I acquired a CS for my collection. But the followings are my PERSONAL principles: 1) Sport vs Dress 2) any complications you want 3) Dial: indexes, hands, color, material, guilloche ...
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F.P. Journe: FPJ CR 2019

Old vs New
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Breguet: Breguet 3947

Two column wheels of Breguet split seconds chronograph
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Horological Meandering: I use the Zeiss scope to look at the movements.

I can also take macro photos using the attached camera (blue box) as well,
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Horological Meandering: Yes.

You are right.
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Horological Meandering: Custom made watch box

It was made by a talented young carpenter in Hong Kong.
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Patek Philippe: Manufactured in 1956.

Sold in 57
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Patek Philippe: PP 2526

36mm size, yellow gold, enamel dial
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A. Lange & Söhne: I also agree. But technically, it has no fly back mechanism

, no split minute and no jumping minute.
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