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    Arrow New Cartier Crash

    Limited edition of 67 in platinum. The Crash was first introduced in 1967.


    If you're loaded and hang out at Maxim's and art galleries, why not? If you go down the pub for a game of darts... maybe not.

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    More like "smushed".

    "He's just a witness"

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    ...or for those who remember the 60's, "skeleton watch on acid."

    ml "If you can remember the 60's, you weren't there" cor

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    Haven't seen this new version, is this one a men's watch? I always thought they were neat for the well heeled lady since they have never been cheap (even in Cartier terms) and they seem to be more of an occasion watch.

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    Dali would be proud.

    Rick "liking how the Romans are built into the dial-side plate" Denney
    More than 500 characters worth of watches.

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    Imagine how much it would sell for if it wasn't damaged?
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    I personally find the idea behind this watch a bit sick, the guy died, hardly a great way to remember .
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkO View Post
    I personally find the idea behind this watch a bit sick, the guy died, hardly a great way to remember .
    just read up on it and entirely agree
    Regards Cam

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    Looks like it melted in a fire

    Maybe it spent some time under a tire

    Or modeled after a spider hit by a quire

    Regardless, I want to kill it with gunfire

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