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    Quote Originally Posted by GIB984 View Post
    Great pic and yes, I've had those 3 myself too, plus a few others - cough.

    No pics I'm afraid as I still can't figure out how to on an iPad with the revised Flickr app - used to be a doddle.

    (Just noticed the other number 3's - check my post count!)
    Best way to post photos from an i-pad

    http://postimg.org/image/rxs424lh5/b058f638/

    Then copy the hotlink to forum (1) and paste into the narrartive box on here - works fine.

    Ignore the pic of our Barney, just click in the upload another image link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcherskine View Post
    Datejust II Blue Baton

    Very nice indeed.

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    i have a 3 vintage rolex's nothing to boast about, im a poor man tiring to play in a big boys world..lol, but i like them and i take pride when wearing them,
    ill get some photos of the other two tomorrow


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    One. I like having one.







    More might make me uneasy.

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    Waited a long time to find this bezel colour but I think it was worth the wait.


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    Show your Rolex.

    Stunning. Love the faded bezel.

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    This one could be for the chop soon....on the fence though!
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    This new one to add to my Milgauss


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Norman View Post
    Waited a long time to find this bezel colour but I think it was worth the wait.

    Yes, very nice inlay - just perfekt!



    My 1675 MK II from 1971 with an light tropical dial in the sun

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    That is a real beaut! Nothing quite like a faded Pepsi!!

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    All examples of great looking watches, the date versions always have the edge for me.

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    What a great examples are posted here. I had a Expl II which I traded for a GMT Master II. Very nice watch and I'm completely hooked to changing the insert thus giving the watch a complete new look. I got a faded insert from a friend in a deal to make some pictures of a few of the watches in his collection. Thought I share this here too with you.

    My 16710:


    IMG_6939 by Stef, on Flickr


    GMT151101IMG_6935 by Stef, on Flickr


    GMT151101IMG_6934 by Stef, on Flickr


    Rolex151101IMG_6926 by Stef, on Flickr


    RLX150621-8 by Stef, on Flickr


    RLX150621-6 by Stef, on Flickr


    Tudor150614 by Stef, on Flickr





    These I made for a friend, so they are not mine:



    B151024IMG_6883 by Stef, on Flickr


    B151023IMG_6864 by Stef, on Flickr


    B151023IMG_6863 by Stef, on Flickr


    B151023IMG_6845 by Stef, on Flickr


    B151023IMG_6826 by Stef, on Flickr


    B151024IMG_6893-2 by Stef, on Flickr

  16. #116
    So tempted to track down another 16750 GMT - but I've told myself too many times that I won't buy another small/thin crown Rolex. We will see.
    It's just a matter of time...

  17. #117
    I'm just glad I'm no longer into vintage watches, or I'd probably be homeless.

    You can't have too many Subs or SD's though ;)



    It's just a matter of time...

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    Wow now that's a collection (I'm surprised your not homeless though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulrlx View Post
    This one could be for the chop soon....on the fence though!
    Now I like that...

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    Don't think I've seen that combination before.
    It's just a matter of time...

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    Another of my newly acquired DJ 116233


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    Posted this pic in a thread previously but thought I'd add it in here

    114060


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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    Very nice. Equally they're all nice on this thread.

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    Those small explorers are cracking. Thanks for the compliment

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    I have no talent for iPad photography, my daily wearer, 1978 5513,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Norman View Post
    Waited a long time to find this bezel colour but I think it was worth the wait.

    Superb, my next watch has to be one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman LMAO View Post
    I have no talent for iPad photography, my daily wearer, 1978 5513,

    Pretty much perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdog View Post
    Pretty much perfect!
    Mk1 maxi if I'm not mistaken very nice and hard to come by

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matdaytona View Post
    Mk1 maxi if I'm not mistaken very nice and hard to come by
    Someone will be along to tell me otherwise but I believe it is the matt dialled MK1 Maxi. I wish I had the photographic talent of some of the chaps on here to capture to lume colour.

    People outside just don't get it! "Why would you want an old one when..."

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    Mark 1 Maxi

    My Mark 1 with white lume plots

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    Great! Especially The Vintage Milgaus looks stunning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluetinfloor View Post
    My Mark 1 with white lume plots
    Superb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman LMAO View Post
    I think all the information is on that site, compare dial coronets for starters

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    I would look after them because anything vintage and with Rolex on the dial seems to be going through the roof at the Geneva Auction, could be a bit of auction fever I suppose but the prices are frightening!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WatchME View Post
    Great! Especially The Vintage Milgaus looks stunning!
    Aye, I didn't know the earlier models didn't have the wonky seconds hand you see on the current models. Every day's a school day....

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    I have three, all giving quite a nice variety. Two vintage, one modern...






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    1803

    Gilt underline 1803 Day date



    1680 Red.



    1016 Gilt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluetinfloor View Post
    I think all the information is on that site, compare dial coronets for starters
    I'm going to with pre-comex then, you can see the subtle differences between our watches, fat cornet, '=' slightly to the left of the 'A'. Not that any of this really adds anything from what I can tell.

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    image by Dave in Wales, on Flickr

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    My 2, Submariner and BLNR

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    Here is mine, enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hatman14 View Post


    My 2, Submariner and BLNR
    I'm still learning my Roles. Is the Sub bigger than the GMT?

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    Show your Rolex.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wookie_66 View Post
    I'm still learning my Roles. Is the Sub bigger than the GMT?
    No they are the same size,
    They both have a 40mm case, the lugs on the sub are slightly thicker giving the illusion it's a larger watch. I think the bezel on the sub gives the impression its larger too

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    Some stunners on here.

    Still need to find a 1665 :-/

    Have and had a few though!




























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    My current 5.



    Definitely need to swap some out for a touch of vintage!

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    [QUOTE=paneristi372;3759793]Some stunners on here.

    Still need to find a 1665 :-/

    Have and had a few though!

    ^^^^

    Stunning collection of watches - What colour of 1665 is on that wants list, white or red ?
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    A couple of Crackers from SalonQP. Love the GMT!!

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    Picture borrowed from a previous Geneva auction, Claptons old white daytona is in the middle all 1m of it!!


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