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Vox, if you don't mind me asking, is that a hand-me-down or is that something that you personally received as a gift? Or did you purchase it second-hand? From what I have gleaned from your age, you are somewhere between 25 and 60.
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Vox, if you don't mind me asking, is that a hand-me-down or is that something that you personally received as a gift? Or did you purchase it second-hand? From what I have gleaned from your age, you are somewhere between 25 and 60.

Gee you've really narrowed that down
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Vox, if you don't mind me asking, is that a hand-me-down or is that something that you personally received as a gift? Or did you purchase it second-hand? From what I have gleaned from your age, you are somewhere between 25 and 60.

ima guess between 35 and 45.
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Gee you've really narrowed that down

It was meant to be tongue and cheek.
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ima guess between 35 and 45.

See, normally I would guess around then. But then he talks about himself picking up pieces at LB in the early 80s, which makes me wonder again. Such an enigma.
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Should have just checked the blog. Won at an auction, evidently. Very cool.
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See, normally I would guess around then. But then he talks about himself picking up pieces at LB in the early 80s, which makes me wonder again. Such an enigma.

i maintain my guess.
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Should have just checked the blog. Won at an auction, evidently. Very cool.

excellent creeping
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excellent creeping

In this context, I will take that as a complement.

More Tudor info, to keep this somewhat watch related.

http://www.hodinkee.com/blog/2012/3/12/in-depth-the-tudor-heritage-black-bay-reference-7922r-full-s.html

Price is about $3,200 USD. The Pelago is about $1,000 more. Then a sub is about $3,000 more than that. Not sure where I am going with this, but it is interesting.
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a creeping comment from me is always a compliment. smile.gif
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That looks like a USAF insignia on that band.

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+ 1. Other blogs were too cluttered with rainbow daytona and hublot x ferrari.
And courtesy of TPP:
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I like that, any idea on what pricing is? Thanks.

-LR
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I like that, any idea on what pricing is? Thanks.
-LR

i would guess full retail in platinum about 95k and in gold 80k based off of similar models.
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JLC c.1962.
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I love the "cross hair" style dial !  A very beautiful classic watch!

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Got a question for you TZ guys - I'm getting a lot of interest on my watches from people overseas, places like Singapore and Thailand. Would you ship a watch out that way? Even with good references?
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Today, like almost everyday smile.gif

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