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    From one extreme to another...

    .... Let see em folks, your smallest to largest..



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    Vintage Panerai 6152 homage (47mm diameter, 57mm lug to lug) vs vintage Elgin (39mm lug to lug, 24mm wide)


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    VDB 49 x 56 x 20
    BergParat 30x39x8



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    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post
    VDB 49 x 56 x 20
    BergParat 30x39x8



    Okay gimme that damn VDB man! What a watch!

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    GO Senator Observer, 44mm but wears smaller. Next to it, my father's Hamilton, 28mm, circa 1968.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Preston View Post
    Okay gimme that damn VDB man! What a watch!

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    Thanks Preston.

    Yes, great watch !
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    Holy cow that's one tiny Gruen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preston View Post
    Holy cow that's one tiny Gruen!

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    Yep! That's the only reason I keep it around. The tiny automatic movement is just amazing to see.
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