I've been travelling a lot recently...

Dec 05, 2018,09:22 AM
 

...so my 1675 has been a constant presence.








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 By: pejp : December 5th, 2018-10:09
Yep, judging by a few recent sales it seems that the mini/radial is finally getting more 'mainstream' recognition among collectors. I briefly thought about 'cashing in' to chase a grail, but I just couldn't do it. This is a true keeper.

Excellent choice..

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet - Mr Brilliant Red : December 5th, 2018-09:40
of travelling companion.

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 By: pejp : December 5th, 2018-10:11
thanks....although the dirt exposed by this fairly high res photo has made me realize I've maybe been taking this companion for granted!

It’ll clean up just fine [nt]

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet - Mr Brilliant Red : December 5th, 2018-10:14

Such a great example of the 1675 beautiful fat gont insert.

 
 By: Bill : December 5th, 2018-10:22
You have set you travel timezone and are using the watch as intented. Has the watch led to any impromptu conversations when spotted on your wrist. I know it is always hard to strike up conversation. Enjoy your travels. Bill

At watch events, yes, in normal life, not so much...

 
 By: pejp : December 5th, 2018-11:45
The last person to ask about a watch of mine was a couple of weeks back with my bright yellow new (to me) 1986 Series 1 Tag Formula 1!

Very nice......

 
 By: Baron - Mr Red : December 5th, 2018-13:16
Paul....this is you right?

Yep, it's me. [nt]

 
 By: pejp : December 5th, 2018-14:59

You should be on more often..... [nt]

 
 By: Baron - Mr Red : December 6th, 2018-01:00

What a great example

 
 By: gregcarraram3 : December 5th, 2018-17:45
insert is faded perfectly and dial is beautiful