If your profession is a circus clown, perhaps this Frank Muller would be appropriate:
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All Chronographs except one! Vulcain Nautique 1st Swiss/1967 * Seiko 5 SpeedTimer 1st Auto Chrono, from Tokyo Ginza/1969 * Handful of Seiko Quartz Chronos *Heuer Re-issue 1963 Pre-TAG Carrera * TAG Heuer "Carrera" Chrono * Omega "Speedmaster" 7751 * Baume & Mercier Formula S * Zenith "El Primero" HW * Mühle Glashütte Nautische * Sinn 903ST “Navitimer” * Techné SparrowHawk II * Alpina Startimer Big-Date * Zodiac Sea Dragon * (2) Victorinox "Infantry Vintage" (Silver/Green) * Junkers "G38" * Hamilton Pioneer Khaki * Bulova Marine Star Chrono/Diver * Breitling Chronospace * Dan Henry "1939" * Fortuna chrono * Delbana "Silverstone" * Ball Fireman "Storm Chaser" * William L. chrono * Junghans Meister Telemeter Chronoscope * Guinand Duograph * (Red = Given away to relative)
Freelance Photographer / Technical Communicator.
Watch style: artsy...like a Nomos.
i wore a Casio GShock to a shoot once and the art director/client laughed and said "aren't you supposed to be into watches and design?"
“If we could be satisfied with anything, we should have been satisfied long ago.”
I would certainly not overdress your occupation. The last thing you want is a superior wonder why you are getting paid such a generous amount to afford fine timepieces. Same for when investors visit or visiting clients.
Too many watches. It's an addiction.
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