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    Thanks John, When I get it back I was thinking...

    Thanks John,

    When I get it back I was thinking of doing a sort of review / SOTC in the military watch section. Not done one of those before.
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    Very excited about this latest incoming. For many...

    Very excited about this latest incoming. For many years people believed that no Fatboys were issued in 1981, None were issued to the Army, but a small batch of less than 300 watches prefixed 0552...
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    I wish I had a small budget :thumbsup: What...

    I wish I had a small budget :thumbsup:

    What type of watch are you thinking of, diver, chrono, pilot, dress watch etc. Might help to give more details before the collective arrive and give you an...
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    I had one of those Falkland straps, couldnít work out how to use it. I was glad to let it go when I sold the watch it came with.
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    After years of using your communication skills to...

    After years of using your communication skills to great effect showing care, compassion, consideration for others and empathy - you could abandon all of those skills and get a job at Goldsmiths in...
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    When I took early retirement from the Civil...

    When I took early retirement from the Civil Service a lot of colleagues who were also going had been managers of varying levels and after years of target driven work wanted something were they just...
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    Bought a Silver Snoopy for £8.5k (£4.6k list), sold it. Then bought another for £9k and sold it. Selling now for £35k.

    Bought a ceramic white Daytona for £13.75k, got panicky when a well respected...
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    Reminds me of that old joke, I knocked on the...

    Reminds me of that old joke, I knocked on the Kremlin door and asked is Len in?
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    Excellent collection, nice to see something...

    Excellent collection, nice to see something different.
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    I thought it was Mr Curta, easy enough to get the...

    I thought it was Mr Curta, easy enough to get the two confused :icon_biggrin:
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    I’m guessing also that it would have the same...

    I’m guessing also that it would have the same movement as a CWC of a similar age, can’t recall the number right now. You are right not to take the back off, they are fairly easy to remove, but can be...
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    Looks good on you, but not something I would...

    Looks good on you, but not something I would personally consider as I have been shaving my head weekly for over 20 years now. I remember Russ Abbot having it done and he had a row of dots across his...
  13. Lovely collection Ian, but I agree far too many...

    Lovely collection Ian, but I agree far too many watches, no one needs that many. Get shut of a few and do a bit of consolidation, that’s the way to go :thumbsup:

    I notice that the ‘84 Precista...
  14. Fair enough, but the heading of the thread does...

    Fair enough, but the heading of the thread does say CWC Diver, not CWC Quartz Divers.
  15. As we have discussed before, most of the modern...

    As we have discussed before, most of the modern stuff sold by Silvermans does tend to have up to a 30% immediate loss against the original list price when sold on. It is also interesting how many of...
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    Honest answer is I donít know, but it is an exclusive edition only available from Bucherer, so not that different to the Harrods edition now that is around 5,000 units.
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    Never handled an AP either, but just on...

    Never handled an AP either, but just on appearance alone I prefer the PM Rolex models. A few years back steel was king and PM didnít get a look in, but some of the WG models look great, especially...
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    I remember walking around Liverpool city centre...

    I remember walking around Liverpool city centre at lunchtimes for something to do and David M Robinson had two shops and both used to be fully stocked. When the 16600 came out without the lug holes I...
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    Didnít they already do this with Blue dial Bucherer bronze edition.
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    Bee Gees was another word you could create.

    Bee Gees was another word you could create.
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    Time to go nuclear especially as I have bought a new strap for it.

    https://i.postimg.cc/gcV2Mzxv/90215883-3247-465-F-BFB9-F35-BCA2-D5-FCF.jpg
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    I bought a few Seiko Alpinistís from buyee.jp a few years back. A fairly easy site to use. The seller sent the goods to a central point then buyee shipped it internationally.
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    An excellent find, well done.

    An excellent find, well done.
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    What’s the back story here. Where did the watch...

    What’s the back story here. Where did the watch appear for sale and how did the seller describe it. Looks NOS condition.
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    Great watch and a rare beast indeed. Thatís two that I am aware of now. I still think prototype is the most likely and looking at the package around 1996.
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