Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh
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    Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    What more can i say? The pics don't actually do this watch justice, heres a quick one to wet your appetite, will get tripod out when i get home.


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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    Congrats. Wear it in good health.

    Oh and by the way...hurry it up with the tripod. You can't keep us waiting too long
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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    heres some more, bit hurried, will need to get myself a Macro lens i think, still a 20mm tube and a 70-200 2.8 zoom kind of did the trick.





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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    Dear Professor,

    Those are great pictures,but I think I could do a better job!! Send me the watch and I will take pictures of it,I may need sometime with it as I am very busy,say about two or three years! Other wise I will have to buy my own!!

    Great watch!!!

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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    Ha ha, you have two hopes.

    Bob and his wee brother No Hope, ya chancer.

    I can do better myself to be honest, but i have some new records i wanted to listen to, so i got some pics done before i got nagged about them from my Stowa friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renisin View Post
    Dear Professor,

    Those are great pictures,but I think I could do a better job!! Send me the watch and I will take pictures of it,I may need sometime with it as I am very busy,say about two or three years! Other wise I will have to buy my own!!

    Great watch!!!

    Best Regards,

    Ren
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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    This is a very nice watch that any avid collector would love to have! Thanks for sharing it with us..

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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    Thanks for sharing - I have this watch currently on the grey croco, I also wear it on the black/brown with contrast stitching croco. I always thought it would look sharp on the milanese mesh and it surely does.

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    Re: Picture tells a thousand words 1938 polished on milanese mesh

    I need to know,how does it feel with a long sleeved shirt! Does it seem too thick? It is a beautiful watch but I am a little concerned for the thickness!

    Ren

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