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    Post Your Collection in One Photograph

    I'll start us off...
    • Front row: everything I'd ever need
    • Back row: 'cos that's not enough!



    IMG_1726 by DrBox, on Flickr

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    only got a pic of the famous 5 at the moment as im waiting for my new box to arrive for the 2nd string 5.



    1.Portofino dress, 2. 1948 40mm Eterna chrono valjoux72 vintage, 3. IWC ingy 3725 utility, 4. Breitling navitimer chrono, 5. Ploprof 600 diver.
    Last edited by deerworrier; 26th October 2013 at 19:35.

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    Went from this + a few others.
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    To this.


    Happy at the moment.

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    This, but the bullet is now sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerworrier View Post
    only got a pic of the famous 5 at the moment as im waiting for my new box to arrive for the 2nd string 5.



    1.Portofino dress, 2. 1948 40mm Eterna chrono valjoux72 vintage, 3. IWC ingy 3725 utility, 4. Breitling navitimer chrono, 5. Ploprof 600 diver.
    Like the Eterna. And original choice and proper class.

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    Tough task but will try


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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    Tough task but will try


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    Cheers..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    Tough task but will try


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    This is the photo I was waiting for! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    Tough task but will try


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    Blimey...

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    I should wait a bit to put some space between mine and RAJEN's.

    The empty space should be filled next week when my Dad's 1600 Datejust comes back from its makeover.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DrBox View Post
    Blimey...
    The thing is, I know what a lot of them are, and trust me, this is the ultimate quantity AND quality collection.....
    Cheers..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbt001 View Post
    I should wait a bit to put some space between mine and RAJEN's.

    The empty space should be filled next week when my Dad's 1600 Datejust comes back from its makeover.

    What model is that Oris on the left please? Nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by occamsrazor View Post
    What model is that Oris on the left please? Nice...
    Thanks. If the site I just visited is correct, it's the 633 7491 4164 LS, a.k.a. the Big Crown Commander. It was my first "real" watch, inspired by a magazine article by William Gibson about his watch and eBay obsession. I linked to the article in a thread a few weeks ago.

    I like it, but it's tiny, something like 33 or 34mm. Here's a better picture:

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAJEN View Post
    Tough task but will try


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    Seriously unbelievable !!!! I recognise the first draw from a recent panerai thread.
    Amazing!

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    Needs an update, but I'm shite at group photo's so I usually do one of these each year

    Andy

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    My 2013 year end collection is still work in progress - below is roughly where I started the year and my plan is to be down to just 4 before I do another SOTC. 6 watches left to sell to reach that target.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by ASW1 View Post
    My 2013 year end collection is still work in progress - below is roughly where I started the year and my plan is to be down to just 4 before I do another SOTC. 6 watches left to sell to reach that target.....

    Very impressive.
    Andy

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    I couldn't get them all in one pic and I'm too idle to try but here's just the Seiko's..





    BTW I love the look of Rajen's collection.
    Cheers,
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    I also have a G-Shock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASW1 View Post
    My 2013 year end collection is still work in progress - below is roughly where I started the year and my plan is to be down to just 4 before I do another SOTC. 6 watches left to sell to reach that target.....

    I love each and every model there. Seriously, let me know which six are left to sell... Would be happy to help you out!

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    I can't get all mine in one picture but here's all the Russians:


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    Here goes!


    This is most of them!




    6/12 bought off SC ive just realised!
    Last edited by RJM25R; 27th October 2013 at 16:30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrBox View Post
    Now that, my friend, is just about the perfect collection.

    As much as I love the mitsukoshi dial Speedy, you already have the standard Speedy Pro. I'd swap that for a Blue Seamaster Pro Bond, then, you'd have every undisputed watch icon, ever...

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    Here's mine: -

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    Regards.

    Keith

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    I'll post mine after Tuesday - picking up 2 significant pieces and losing one 'keeper'.

    That will then be the core for some time, apparently I can have a Patek next year if I'm good...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrBox View Post
    I'll start us off...
    • Front row: everything I'd ever need
    • Back row: 'cos that's not enough!



    IMG_1726 by DrBox, on Flickr
    Nice collection!

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    I will play.
    Just a picture of what I can get hold of at this stage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by carlyrox View Post
    Here's mine: -

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    If I can ask, when would you wear anything but the ceramic sub and the panerai?!?!

    Lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom4711 View Post
    I love each and every model there. Seriously, let me know which six are left to sell... Would be happy to help you out!
    If I maybe so bold - These ones are still up for grabs on SC - just click the individual links for the Sales Corner post - a collection in it's own right ????













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    Quote Originally Posted by ASW1 View Post
    My 2013 year end collection is still work in progress - below is roughly where I started the year and my plan is to be down to just 4 before I do another SOTC. 6 watches left to sell to reach that target.....



    very nice, VERY nice .... but you do need a 16610LV !

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    I would say that's a perfect collection. All the classics are in there, and there's a watch for every occasion. Congratulations.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrBox View Post
    I'll start us off...
    • Front row: everything I'd ever need
    • Back row: 'cos that's not enough!



    IMG_1726 by DrBox, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by manriki View Post
    I would say that's a perfect collection. All the classics are in there, and there's a watch for every occasion. Congratulations.
    That's most kind of you, but I can't seem to shake the need for something gold. I would probably have to sacrifice the Speedy 35th to make it happen though. Decisions, decisions...

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    There's that one empty slot in the case.....
    Now what do I fancy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM25R View Post
    If I can ask, when would you wear anything but the ceramic sub and the panerai?!?!

    Lovely!
    To answer your question and as I am about to put both the 2003 Seadweller and the Shark Diver on SC then never ;)

    Regards.

    Keith.

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    Hah! If only! Maybe I can figure out some way to fit them all in...

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    Before I joined this forum I had the Seamaster.-Then look what happened!

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    Some great collections so far!
    Cheers..
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    Looking at the other collections I feel a lot like a comic book geek flipping through the bins at a comic book store: "Got it, got it, need it, got it, need it, need it, got it, need it, got it, got it, got it, need it, got it..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by TakesALickin View Post
    Looking at the other collections I feel a lot like a comic book geek flipping through the bins at a comic book store: "Got it, got it, need it, got it, need it, need it, got it, need it, got it, got it, got it, need it, got it..."
    Haha! Ditto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    I love these kind of posts and the shots like the one above..

    Then you buy just one more watch and it messes with your whole storage system :)

    I'm onto my fourth box now.. every time I worry that it will look empty and now I have to worry about storage space for the boxes too!

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    A few of these have gone, and there are a few additions, but you get the picture.


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    Wow, some seriously spectacular collections! Keep 'em coming, so I can show my wife I can buy a dozen more watches and still have an extremely humble collection. :)


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    Last edited by soundood; 27th October 2013 at 21:07.

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    Excuse the shocking quality of the photograph, CBA to sort the light etc.





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    Quote Originally Posted by GTuned View Post
    I love these kind of posts and the shots like the one above..

    Then you buy just one more watch and it messes with your whole storage system :)

    I'm onto my fourth box now.. every time I worry that it will look empty and now I have to worry about storage space for the boxes too!
    I went through that process too. As the number of smaller boxes increased, & the problem of finding places to put them, I thought a '48' box should future proof me. And building the store into a piece of furniture would solve the placing issue.....




    .......there's now an overflow box on top......




    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    I went through that process too. As the number of smaller boxes increased, & the problem of finding places to put them, I thought a '48' box should future proof me. And building the store into a piece of furniture would solve the placing issue..... .......there's now an overflow box on top...... Cheers
    Great idea regarding the furniture though, I have to say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    I went through that process too. As the number of smaller boxes increased, & the problem of finding places to put them, I thought a '48' box should future proof me. And building the store into a piece of furniture would solve the placing issue.....


    I really like that. Was it custom made?

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