JimmyR Wrote:Yes, a nice tidy lot, just pack them well and send them over, I'll take them as they are, you don't need to clean or polish any of them... ;-)Jimmy
MikeAye, Mateys! Me thinks it's time!
iwcforme Wrote:Is there a mark 1X in there ...don't see it
Time is a river without banks. Marc Chagall
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Padj Wrote in reply to:JimmyR Wrote:Yes, a nice tidy lot, just pack them well and send them over, I'll take them as they are, you don't need to clean or polish any of them... ;-)JimmySharing will make you a better, happier person. I'll send my shipping info separately.
hebe Wrote:Thank you for showing your exceptional collection of military watches, Antonio. Whenever I see this multitude of extremely rare watches, I want to know how long did it take to collect all these watches ?RegardsHeiko
Best RegardsMarkThe problem with Grails - You either attain it, and then there is another! Or you don't attain it, and then, there is still another...
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8541 Wrote:Antonio, what a tribute to your focus and collection skill set, that you are able to post his picture.None of those watches were acquired from their former owners by force , yet at the same time I am privileged to have witnessed some of the low altitude extremely skilled maneuvers executed by yourself to score these wins!I salute you Captain.
Padj Wrote:In all seriousness, Tony, that is as impressive an in-depth collection of a particular type watch-or any object-as I have ever seen. The collecting shows great determination, and , obviously, patience, in achieving your desire. Wonderful.