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Forum: Horological Meandering
Aug 01/14 - 06:42 >> Friends, During the past week I have been terrorising cross forums with my Coin/Passport shots How about we gather all our change and make a Coin Roll Call? Pair a watch and some change in photo, please mention which currency and we will see maybe the Purists can cover the whole world? *** Discla... Read more..
Latest Reply: nikolaj 9 minutes ago
Aug 01/14 - 06:36 >> . . . and they're all so very different: markers, or as some prefer, indexes. Let's see your favorite this week . . . . . . along with the watch . . . . . . they embellish. Please include a close-up of the marker along with your submission(s). Art... Read more..
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Latest Reply: amanico 16 minutes ago
Aug 01/14 - 06:25 >> A good friend sent me that... ;) Best, Nicolas ... Read more..
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Aug 01/14 - 06:12 >> What are your thoughts on the Aston Martin V12 Zagato? I see a lot of Aston Martin DB9's and Vanquish's around town but I seldom see the Zagato. Most likely it's a rare sight because only 150 of these sports cars will be produced. The inspiration for this car was the 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato ... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 39 minutes ago
Aug 01/14 - 06:03 >> Two watches which express travels in a different way, one being one of the most charmful, if not THE most charmful, World Time, the Patek the other being THE new milestone in terms of Travel Time, the JLC. One is 5 mm bigger than the other, the other is automatic, and uses a microrotor. Both of them... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 48 minutes ago
Forum: Girard Perregaux
Aug 01/14 - 05:52 >> Friends, I just wanted to share a quick shot of the Vintage 1945 XXL with Large Date and Moon-Phases. A stunning piece I had the chance to see - and of course, I will come back to this one more in details! Hope you all will have a great weekend and please come join us in the Friday WistScan! This we... Read more..
Latest Reply: amanico 59 minutes ago
Forum: Vacheron Constantin
Aug 01/14 - 05:33 >> I would like to thank all the forum participants in the thread below about the two 38 mm Vacheron Constantin timepieces, one vintage, the other modern, for their contributions. You guys are a thoughtful bunch, and some have some very strong opinions! I especially appreciate those who preferred still... Read more..
Latest Reply: respo 1 hours ago
Aug 01/14 - 03:10 >> As previously reported as a "preview", the Tokyo Watch Exhibition is now going on in Ark Hills in Akasaka. Here are some of the highlights I could not touch upon and short interviews with the gentlemen from both Moser and Urwerk. Please make sure to read the report on the preview here: At the speci... Read more..
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