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Regards,JeronimoOmar Khayyám (Persia XI-XII Century) offered that Time should not only be measured in length but also in width due to the intrinsic difference between a minute or other depending on what is happening to the beholder... I wonder how a watch would look like...
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cellar Wrote:The watch shown in figure 2 is not marked with Paillard's patent but a patent by Heinrich Ostermann and Charles Lacroix a director of the 'Usine Genèvoise de Dégrossissage D’or', a Paillard competitor. None of the watches named, calibre 57, 58 or 52/53 were marked with Paillard's patents.For details on the the early non magnetic patent markings see;Non Magnetic IWC Watches and PatentsCheers from the cellar
HajoFair Winds and Following Seas
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Best regards,Jim"We are the other people, we are the other people...you're the other people too!" Frank Zappa
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