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My collection circa 2005.

Post03 Mar 2013, 13:36

While searching the old hard drive i found some shots of my LED collection from around 2006.

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Post03 Mar 2013, 13:53

Incredible shots...just saw my all time favorite ledwatch passing by..the fine woman Grima :O`~

i always find it strange that people have more then one the same watch..almost all my watches are differend.

btw still...very impressive :amen:
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Post03 Mar 2013, 13:58

Yes the same watch but different variations :-D
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Post03 Mar 2013, 18:32

you own a 18K Omega??? :mega:
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Post03 Mar 2013, 19:33

SASM wrote:you own a 18K Omega??? :mega:


I did, its in the safe hands of another collector now :pimp:
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Post03 Mar 2013, 20:08

They are all nice, but there are some real gems in those photos, thanks for posting that.

LOL, I laughed when I saw the dog in the background, he's giving that certain quizzical look dogs do when their master is doing something that few would understand. "Why are all the shiney's on the floor?, and why is he taking photos of them?" :grin1:
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Post04 Mar 2013, 00:08

Lloyd please stop ....I can't take it any more ....lol. I take that back please keep showing more. :-D

Not only are the LEDs fantastic but seeing them with their boxes is another treat. Many thanks
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Post04 Mar 2013, 08:06

I like this one, the serial number matches my works number (170) how cool would that be as a retirement present for myself......Lloyd if you still have it in a few years time get ready for my knock on your door. ;-)

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Post05 Mar 2013, 23:29

excellent and very nice pile of $$$.
I wonder when every collector gets to the point of no return and decides to reduce his stash of junk?
any assumptions on your end Gents? when will you make that difficult decision?
I'm still wrestling with my thoughts as I find less and less space for my watches.
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Post09 Mar 2013, 00:00

azimuth_pl wrote:excellent and very nice pile of $$$.
I wonder when every collector gets to the point of no return and decides to reduce his stash of junk?
any assumptions on your end Gents? when will you make that difficult decision?
I'm still wrestling with my thoughts as I find less and less space for my watches.

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Post09 Mar 2013, 01:15

that is one expensive option but worth considering ;)
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Post23 Mar 2013, 01:13

My Big, big respect!!!!! I'm impressed...
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Post24 Mar 2013, 13:05

The 18ct Omega TC1 Hanno enquired about isnt quite " in the safe hands of another collector" as Lloyd states but is in Omegas Museum in Bienne (ref 3883). Amazing to think they produced them but then didn't keep one for their own collection DOH :bang: Also note the rare TC1 strapper (183), they have it displayed upside down !! Any watch displayed in the Museum with a ref number higher than 3000 is a loan watch, below that, they belong to Omega


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Post30 Mar 2013, 14:04

damn 3000 pieces from Omega self...i have to visit this museum. just incredible!
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Post21 Apr 2015, 09:31

Wow, Amazing collection!!! :grin1: :mega: :mega: :mega: :mega: :mega:

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