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Thread: How do you display your collection in your home?

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    How do you display your collection in your home?

    Watchdaddy inspired thread. After his great shots of his collection with the pictures,winders and boxes it made me think how the rest of IWL members show their collection in their home, if their collection is out. I have a few heirloom pieces I usually keep in the safe the rest look like this. It dominates my dresser drawer with a few other daily accessories. Collection is slowly shrinking, although I been having incomings I been selling & trading off others as I don't like clutter and becoming more of a minimalist with watches, at least this is compared to many of what others have. So, how much real estate do you use for your collection in your home and how do you go about displaying? Lets see some pics!

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    I don't think you can fit all your watches like that LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by -JP View Post
    I don't think you can fit all your watches like that LOL
    That does live there all the time, half ready to go out, half hall clock.

    But as for your challenge.....


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    LOL actually looks good! Nice shot!

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    Once, I worked for a different company as an in-house lawyer, and my boss decided to have a meeting with all of the company's lawyers. He invited the CEO to come and speak, and when the CEO arrived, he said "What the !$&@? We have this many lawyers???"

    So...my watches are all safely tucked away, out of sight.

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    All of mine are in a watch briefcase and in my safe...the only ones out are on the bureau and in rotation and that is only three at a time maximum.

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    I probably have the dullest,uninteresting, unimaginative and ugliest system possible based on a few of those (from kronokeeper)

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    I see where your going with that micor

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    Got some filling to do still.....




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