I used to think it was clever to confuse comedy with tragedy. Now I wish I could distinguish them. John le Carré
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clepsydra Wrote:Athos, Porthos and Aramis. Dumas would have been proud.I must add D'Artagnan one of these days. Which vintage IWC qualifies for that honor.
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote:Should I say something with a cal 52T SC inside? :DRef 431 beacons!
clepsydra Wrote in reply to:flyrobyfly36 Wrote:Should I say something with a cal 52T SC inside? :DRef 431 beacons!I was hoping for a more affordable D'Artagnan. For a Ref 431, a Ref 325 would have to go. Not an easy decision.
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iwcforme Wrote:I put this little group together some years back the Mark 1X would be my recommendation for your next addition RegardsIvaniwcforme
iwcforme Wrote:You must remember that the B-Uhr was not in the strictest sense a Pilot watch ( or watch for pilots).It was designed as an aid to navigation, hense its size and easy readability and classed as an "observer's" or navigator's watch. But no doubt some pilots would have worn it again for its size and ease of reading.would be a great addition to your collectionRegardsIvaniwcforme