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    Black Velvet

    Three months back I started a thread titled Snow White. Now it's time to go black!

    This time, how about some pics of your favorite black dials. As always, you know the way I am, so...no dark grays, no navys, just black.

    Here are a couple of mine:

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    It's too easy to get a great watch from your favorite brand in black. I usually try to go any other color to have some versatility in the lineup. Black dials are certainly king
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    I'm not overly fond of them, so I have but one black dial in my entire collection:
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    Black and burgundy.




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