MADE IN SCHAFFHAUSEN
clepsydra Wrote:Hi Hebe,I understand that collecting vintage IWCs may not be everybody's cup of tea, however, the space created in the forum's latest version specifically to provide a platform for vintage collectors, should have brought back some or all of the oldtimers. I wonder why it did not.
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Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. Samuel L Clemens a.k.a. Mark Twain
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clepsydra Wrote:I wonder if they are still out there, lurking in the background.
clepsydra Wrote: white/blue dials,
clepsydra Wrote:Hi Alan,I am not competing for "air time" or "space" in the forum, and agree that the main focus of the forum should be on new watches, Santoni straps, white/blue dials, etc.My question is, why have so many vintage collectors stopped participating in the forum, especially since there is a dedicated space for vintage IWCs?I wonder if they are still out there, lurking in the background.
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alwaysiwc Wrote:This coming summer it will be 10 years ago that IWC organised its first collector's meeting in Schaffhausen. This magnificent event was for most of the invited collectors the first opportunity to visit the IWC factory , the Rhine fall's and the forthress of Munot, the highest point in Schaffhausen.It was there that the collectors met 2 famous IWC persons : Kurt Klaus and the former IWC designer Hanno Burtscher....
... if you want to write me a PM:IWC_Fan@gmx.de
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