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Cartier: Cartier Tortue for Wednesday

In 1912, pioneering watchmaker Louis Cartier imagined the original features of the Tortue watch with a tortoise-inspired shape. At a time when all watches were round, this groundbreaking design went on to become a classic for… 2498
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Rolex: It's the Real Thing 


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Cartier: Tortue Monopoussoir 2396

Launched in 1998 as a part of the Collection Privée Cartier Paris, or CPCP for short, this rare, manual-winding, 18K white gold Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir (Ref. 2396) is part of a series of mechanical watches based on historic Cartier designs The CPCP showed watch connoisseurs what Cartier was capa
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Cartier: Wow Wow Wow

Thanks for sharing. They are both stunning.
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Patek Philippe: Charcoal grey sunburst dial - one of my favorites

I really like the charcoal grey sunburst dial and Breguet numerals on this annual calendar. Timeless (pardon the pun). 5396G-014
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Rolex: Tudor Black Bay Bronze Blue Special Edition For Bucherer

I picked this up last year and think it is still one of Tudor's best bronze editions 79250BB
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Patek Philippe: Hilarious! [nt]

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Patek Philippe: One of my favorite Calatravas

The 37mm case wears so comfortably on the wrist due to its slim profile. The two-tone, silver, sector-dial has applied Breguet numerals, and makes use of a range of finishes. It wears well dressed up or dressed down. I just learned that this will be an allocation piece in 2020 and that signals that
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