Happy New Year!

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    Happy New Year!

    Over here in Germany, it's the new year. Wishing y'all a healthy and happy New Year, may 2013 bring you health, happiness and all sorts of lovely watches! Keep those escapements moving!



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    Re: Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year John and the rest

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    Re: Happy New Year!

    Image from Nasa:

    Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects."

    Will Rogers (1879 - 1935)


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    Re: Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year. I want to thank this great community for all its efforts and the help it has provided. May all of you enjoy a good new year.

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    Re: Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year to everyone! I hope that everyone manages to buy more watches than they did in 2012 (in my case, it's not possible to buy fewer - see separate thread!).

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: Happy New Year!

    Happy new year vintage fans

    Let the time tick for good, just lubricate the mechanism from time to time, do not over wind and expose yourself to shock. Let your dial be happy and a keep your case safe. If you are a pin lever set, and can not move without a pin, mind that you are valuable and tick loud, if you can read 36K per hour be careful not to die young. Have your stem neat and clean otherwise will have serious issues:)

    I am getting paranoiac, this site is dangerous, but am glad to be a member of such a great forum with incredible wealth of information and knowledge walking around.

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