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Rolex: I got mine at the same time also with the lengthy indices

but some years later my dial became yellow at one edge of the dial and Rolex replaced it for free with this one
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By: penfriend
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Rolex: lovely blue I must admit!

congrats
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By: penfriend
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Rolex: there seem to be two versions of this dial: yours and mine are different

with the indices at 3, 6 and 9. yours are lengthy and mine are square
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By: penfriend
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IWC: Ufff - what a big boy, congratulations

and i always thought my 47mm watch is huge
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By: penfriend
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Rolex: The beauty of the silver racing dial

Some fresh pics of my trusted Daytona that I chose to wear now for some time. To me the silver racing dial with its red accents is a rare beauty and I find it much more attractive in person than in those sales pictures you can find on the web. When I purchased the watch the AD had this version and t
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By: penfriend
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Montblanc: indeed a big shot this design

I wonder whether they will discover it again in some years.... surely not the case (too expensive sourcing it) but the dial-layout maybe, who knows. the new head of watches was very interested when he saw it some months ago on my wrist
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By: penfriend
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Montblanc: Thank you Robin

I appreciate your view, especially since your reports on your Villeret are so in depth
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By: penfriend
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Montblanc: Feeling blue today

so I took out this 47mm big boy.. a little trivia: this was the watch to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Minerva enjoy your weekend wherever you are!
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By: penfriend
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