MfG, RomanKM/WWW/Mk.11/666/3508/9239/322712/811/3531/5442/5448/PD etc.
Would anyone buy a Milgauss that were not amagnetic?
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8541 Wrote:Antonio, Roman, I am not a purist but neither support the idea of marriages simply for the sake of namesake.Having said that, if the two of you marry of the Inge collections to each other - ther would be examples of all generations of Inge in the family! Superb collections Gents - thanks for sharing.
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clepsydra Wrote:of Ingenieurs - the 666, the 866, the 1832, the 35xx, the 3772.
The greatest IWC is the one that is inbound."
oneredtrim Wrote: The VC Inge executed in a 6543 Milgauss format would have been a much better nod to history (something that is heavilly touted at the oscars), that way a glass back could have stayed. Perhaps models along these lines will arrive in time, i'm sure a Limited edition anthracite would gee some happy-clapping around here but not sure if the market is ready for an expensive lot by dint of mvt parts (the unseen). Either way...i can't help but feel that Schaffausen ducked-out with the VC, sometimes a lost-leader gives you greater pedigree.
Vishal Wrote:Antonio, what a treat and inspiration for an Ingenieur fan like me. Thanks for sharing your awesome collection.Best regards,Vishal.