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shing Wrote:one of my 'accidental' finds in a Hong Kong dealer, and what was intended to be a 'collector's rescue' has turned out to be a permanent fixture in my collection...
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Regards, Shing | email iwcforme1976 (at) gmail (dot) comtime does not change us. it just unfolds us. max frisch.all that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. baltasar gracian.
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shing Wrote:Hi PDK, Welcome to the forum btw. I just realized you are the same poster in the other pilot thread asking for web resources - I will also respond to that later, but this is also useful for now...http://www.gregsteer.net/IWC/IWC_Lynx.htmlOn the ref 3705, the 're-dial' without Tritium, with luminova can be found a few times a year on well known 'watch markets' of well known forums, or good dealers - there is currently one right now. We are not able to post commercial links here so if u are interested you cand rop me an email. Original ones with Tritium I have only seen one sold years ago in the usual 'watch markets'. The ceramic of the early 90s wears and feels and looks very different from modern IWC ceramic cases - neither good nor bad here in my opinion, just a nice difference.
AA2179 Wrote:Dear All, i am new in this and wish to find an original IWC 3705 ceramic. Would any of you have any idea as to whom is selling one that I may look at?
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