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    Incoming - Ebel 134

    Arrived NYC - clearing customs - should hit my mailbox early next week. Damn you rDenney!
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    La lutte elle-mme vers les sommets suffit remplir un cur d'homme; il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux.

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    Exciting!! let us know what you think !
    Regards Cam

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    Beautiful! I assume this is the one coming from Hungary as I see BUDA.... on the registration card - how did you source it? Is this picture the actual watch?

    PS Rick did the same to me. He's very enEbelling

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    Arrived NYC - clearing customs - should hit my mailbox early next week. Damn you rDenney!
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    Ebels (lots), IWC, Omega, FC, Eterna, Tag, Invicta, Movado
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    That's gorgeous!! luv it! keep us up dated ok..

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    Beautiful watch in general, but man, you are going to love the bracelet. As I've mentioned many times before, nothing came close to my Ebel bracelet for sheer comfort while having the "heft" that I appreciate. It's like liquid metal. You're in for a real treat!

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    You started at the top with this one. I will expect a full report on arrival--movement pic, bracelet date code, etc.

    Rick "$6250 in the 1992 catalog" Denney
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    Indeed, Rick - starting "at the top" is what I did in pocketwatches. [depending, of course, on your definition of "top"]. Now comes the "acquire examples of pre-cursors that directly or indirectly influenced it". And then, of course, it's successors...(fortunately, I don't have that problem in pocketwatches!)

    On 1 Jan, I owned 1 wristwatch; now the census count is 5. I think they are breeding...
    La lutte elle-mme vers les sommets suffit remplir un cur d'homme; il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux.

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    Happily unadjusted 😜 popoki nui's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennethRSloan View Post
    On 1 Jan, I owned 1 wristwatch; now the census count is 5. I think they are breeding...
    They are. And like cats and rabbits, it's exponential.

    Beautiful Ebel. I look forward to reading your posts when it arrives.


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