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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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You come from nothing, you go back to nothing. What have you lost? Nothing!
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Time flies, Passion stays !
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whichwatch Wrote:I have had a number of IWC made boxes over the years. The first is a watch roll which I believe was a gift for attending an IWC event. The second is a counter display I believe. The third is the one I use all the time, purchased years ago from a good friend.
Ralph Ehrismann Wrote:Some years ago, I found a very esy and compact storage system for watches:Just put them in a (garbagge)-bin.(OK, those whatches where destoyed by mice, as they all had an hole in the fron cover)regardsRalph
clepsydra Wrote:Keeping the IWC collection at home in either the original box of the watch or in an IWC box for multiple watches is a treat and allows instant access to whatever watch you feel like wearing that day.It is, however, not the safest way of protecting your investment.I keep most of my collection at a safe deposit box in my bank, just around the corner from my house, and pick up only a couple at a time, depending on my whims.I've heard of one too many stories of house break-ins resulting in the loss of entire collections.