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    A Resource for Vacheron & Constantin Enthusiasts

    As a long-time collector of Vacheron & Constantin, I was always frustrated by the lack of resources on the brand. Made a few mistakes along the way too . So when my new internet provider bundled in some free webspace and I just had to create a vintage V&C resource site. Feel free to check out TICK TALK's and bookmark it if you find some useful info. I'm always looking for suggestions as well. Cheers, Tick Talk
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    Re: A Resource for Vacheron & Constantin Enthusiasts

    Great job! I have never understood why folks don't value VC as highly as PP... for most of their history they seem to be very comparable.

    Ernie (the owner of WUS) encourages folks to set up these sites and has no problem with non-commercial ones being promoted. His only request is that a prominent link to WUS be displayed (hopefully on the main page). You had better get that done before one of the darn moderators comes around and grumps formally
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    ...that's just my opinion and I've been wrong before and will be again and might be now!

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    Re: A Resource for Vacheron & Constantin Enthusiasts

    Hi Tick Talk,

    You have done a great on your site... it looks very polished and runs smoothly!

    VC is not a make a know much about... but its definitely one i will keep an eye out for now...


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    Re: A Resource for Vacheron & Constantin Enthusiasts

    Very enjoyable site with great write ups and research.
    Love the Kriegsmarine deck watch....., drool over them all really.
    Nice one.

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    Re: A Resource for Vacheron & Constantin Enthusiasts

    Quote Originally Posted by Eeeb View Post
    His only request is that a prominent link to WUS be displayed (hopefully on the main page). You had better get that done before one of the darn moderators comes around and grumps formally
    Thanks for the heads-up, I've placed a link to WUS on my Contact page.
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    Re: A Resource for Vacheron & Constantin Enthusiasts

    Link now posted here https://forums.watchuseek.com/f295/si...es-221588.html

    An impressive site.
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    Re: A Resource for Vacheron & Constantin Enthusiasts

    Thanks for the encouragement! I hope the site proves useful
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