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    The Watches of Michael Crichton

    Michael Crichton, by far one of my favorite authors. Writer of Jurassic Park and other novels I've greatly enjoyed. Presently reading "State of Fear". And in the back is this picture:
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    Sorry, but I can't find a bigger picture on the internet. Can't figure out what he's wearing. While searching (can't find much of anything for pictures of him on the internet) I found these:
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    Right here I think he's wearing an Omega Speedmaster?
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    The same?
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    Rolex?

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    Tag Heuer Monaco in the first picture?

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    TAG Heuer Monaco in the first shot, Speedmaster Professional in the second, possibly again in the third, but it may be a Mark II Speedmaster based on the thickness of the case (guessing here) and possibly a Rolex DateJust in the "Prey" book signing pic, based on the bracelet design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGtime View Post
    Tag Heuer Monaco in the first picture?
    This one?
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    Any thoughts on the other ones?

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