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Horological Meandering: Interesting Gary.

Re Vegas, I guess AP’s and Rolex are the king of “table” watches, it makes sense to me. Re HND, I would expect the variety you mention. Japan seems to be one of the more sophisticated markets taking the market as a whole (and not just the niche collector / enthusiast market). I look forward to your
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A. Lange & Söhne: Black and gold is by far the more attractive watch.

Do you have the wrist to support the Double Split?
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By: Jay (Eire)
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Horological Meandering: Let’s see some more pictures.

I have a tolerance for “too large” if the watch is a fun piece / weekend / casual etc and the price is reasonable.
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By: Jay (Eire)
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Rolex: There was a post somewhere two years ago (at the time of the last Only Watch) about the tax deductibility on winning bids given it’s a charity.

I think from a US tax payer perspective unless the charity is registered in the US it’s not deductible. So an contribution to an overseas charity is not usually deductible. There might be some exceptions based on tax treaties the US has with various countries. The thread two years ago was questionin
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By: Jay (Eire)
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A. Lange & Söhne: A masterpiece for sure.

I’d say there were not many owners who wore the DS daily like you, in large part due to the size / weight I would assume. I guess like many watches, after time you just get used to it. I find the same with my PT pieces, not wearing for a while them seem really heavy on the wrist for a few hours and
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Independents: At the price point I don’t think we could call them flaws really. I was just hoping to show people what things looked like under a loupe.

What colour dial and pattern did you go for? How long is the wait time right now?
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Independents: Agreed. [nt]

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