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Patek Philippe: No, back in 2008 I put my name down for the 5131G

By the time my name was high enough on the list to get a piece they were onto the R.
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By: russell996
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Patek Philippe: Sorry to hear it wasn’t a comfy fit.

These things are so dependent on wrist shape. I find mine perfect.
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By: russell996
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Patek Philippe: Wonder photos Gordon of a stunning piece

Keep them coming.
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By: russell996
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Patek Philippe: Super congratulations. 👏

The G is a glorious piece and the one I hoped to get before the wait become longer than the production cycle. 😉
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By: russell996
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A. Lange & Söhne: Wonderful report and photos

Thanks for posting.
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By: russell996
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A. Lange & Söhne: Had a wonderful trip, but it was short.

Unfortunately Patrick we didn’t get time to see everything. Robert did an amazing job showing us around and of course he took great pleasure showing us around his own department - Zeitwerk.
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By: russell996
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Patek Philippe: I am surprised your AD wasn’t willing to play ball on the deployant instead of the tang.

I have done just this with a number of pieces from Patek and Lange. I would get the deployant, doing the swop makes perfect sense as why have a redundant tang but you will need a new strap for best fit on the wrist.
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By: russell996
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A. Lange & Söhne: Here we have the model of the Opera clock used to recreate the piece after the rebuild

It is the inspiration for the large date and Zeitwerk for which Lange are known. And the actual piece in the Opera.
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By: russell996
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