The end of an era
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    The end of an era

    Well, i finally did the unthinkable for me.....I listed for sale my last and only Anonimo watch....The one that i thought id never sell......Feel a little sick honestly...lol.....Im gunning for another watch and something had to go i guess....At least i still have the Anonimo book signed by Federico and Dino Zei and i can look at pics of the watches i guess :)

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    Re: The end of an era

    At the price you are asking, in this rather morbid climate for a used Anonimo, I am guessing you will not be leaving our ranks anytime soon....though best of luck!
    Here today, here tomorrow...

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    Re: The end of an era

    The nice thing about the book, it never needs servicing!
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    Re: The end of an era

    I get what you are saying but I am finding with the ones ive sold that I am able to sell them at a fair price to me and the buyer as I bought them at the right price to begin with. Plus, I think you may have said the same thing about my Pro Crono Waffle last time and it sold quickly. \
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    At the price you are asking, in this rather morbid climate for a used Anonimo, I am guessing you will not be leaving our ranks anytime soon....though best of luck!

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    Re: The end of an era

    Don't get me wrong--I WANT you to get a great price--it would suggest good things for my own watches should the time arise--I just can't imagine any sane individual spending more than a couple of grand on a used Anonimo of any kind--but there are always a few on the fringe that might be willing--once again, for everyone who owns a Nimo's sake--good luck!!
    Here today, here tomorrow...

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    Re: The end of an era

    and its gone....im sure i will miss it.....the new owner will love it I'm sure!!!

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    Re: The end of an era

    Well, with a Pam submersible and whatever else in your arsenal, I am sure the pain will not be too great--selling off my own Pams was the stupidest thing I have done (in recent memory)....
    Here today, here tomorrow...

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    Re: The end of an era

    Here is what the San Marco was sacrificed for:

    Well due to the generous offer from a fellow Bremont collector, I am now the keeper of this very special watch.....I couldn't be more excited due to its design, story etc. It looks truly BNIB as it seems it was never worn. Even the strap was brand new, brand new deploy etc. On to the quick pics...These are only available to military members who work on the B-52 as pilots and the like. There are very few that were made for this limited potential group of pilots etc.


    This is just flat out amazing......It has the actual call sign of the pilot whom it was sold to on the case back, i blacked it out for the privacy of the pilot.


    Per Bremont-


    B-52


    BOEING B-52 STRATOFORTRESS


    The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is a long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic bomber carrying up to 70,000 pounds (32,000 kg) of weapons. Designed and built by Boeing, it has been flown by the USAF since the 1950s. The B-52 Squadron chose to customise the Bremont ALT1-Z for its exclusive timepiece, a very popular model with the military, aviators and world-travellers alike thanks to its 24hr UTC function.















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    Re: The end of an era

    DAAAmn...
    fine score indeed.
    use it!

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    Re: The end of an era

    Lets agree, it's a very nice watch..Enjoy it...
    Best regards,
    Guillermo


    Current NIMO's

    ANONIMO GLAUCO BRONZE /DRASS (bezel), black dial
    ANONIMO GLAUCO II BRONZE, black guilloche dial

    others

    Seiko Marinemaster MM300 SBDX001
    Seiko Marinemaster MM600 SBDB001


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