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Jaeger-LeCoultre: This is indeed a rare piece..

Remember it very well when I first saw it years ago. It was told it will be of collectible interest in future.. .. and looking at it now, they really are. Thanks for the detailed writeup and wonderful photos. /W72
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By: W72
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Horological Meandering: My preference is B - separate dial..

for the 2nd time zone. This to me is intuitively easier to read at a glance. The world time layout is more for a “geographical” use, I.e. useful to at a glance the time of different cities/zones relative to local time. This is just my personal take.... /W72
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By: W72
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: That is one of the nicest from JLC Master series of that period..

with a relatively thin but very elegant case. The WG hinged back is an added bonus.. /W72
13d
By: W72
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TAG Heuer: ‘+ 1

No message body
25d
By: W72
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Seiko: Welcome.. and

a good 1st post. I’ve always like GS for their quality and solid design. The one on your wrist is one fine example. Wear it in good health....
2M
By: W72
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Without doubt... a great watch...

A watch that shows the true horological giant that Jaeger LeCoultre is....
2M
By: W72
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Patek Philippe: A beautiful dial in blue tone...

Enamel dial watch is one of my favorite theme. PP has a wide range and the one you’ve shown is one of the loveliest. AP is indeed a brilliant enamel artist. Thanks for showing.
2M
By: W72
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: thank you.. they are snapshot of a time

and things have changed quite a bit around the maison since..
2M
By: W72
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Yes, I do wear them on occasions that warrant a real watch..

perhaps, I've become more conscientious about my physical health over the years.... ... but you're right... maybe I should wear both.... on left and right wrists... )
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By: W72
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