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#101

24th June 2010, 23:10

halfscrew 

Re: Military Collections

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Early in the thread someone suggested that it would
become known as the thread of pain. Having run through
it my mouth has been open, tongue lolling out and eyes
wide open with undisguised envy and lust. Very unplesant
to behold and damn painful ( dry mouth,, tongue like
leather, tears and sore eyeballs). Thread of pain is right.
Worth it though for some great watches in super condition.
My rather battered Longines Greenlander is a bit of a
wallflower in such august company still love it though.
Congratulations you fortunate ( was going to say "lucky"
but I am certain that hard work had more to do with it
than chance ) ble*ders. Super collections.
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#102

13th July 2010, 23:49

coolwax 

Re: Military Collections

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Great collections I will post my collection tomorrow.!!!

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#103

14th July 2010, 19:22

coolwax 

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Smiths W10's - You can find them in the sales Corner as I
am selling all 5 as a Lot!!!

Jul 2010
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#104

14th July 2010, 22:06

Mike Wood 
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Re: Military Collections
I enjoy collecting British military issue Rolex Submariners.
Sadly, as we all know, they're becoming rarer and dearer
by the day.

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Fortunately, I do have a few to keep me going...

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:D
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#105

14th July 2010, 22:20

CharlieSocks 
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Re: Military Collections
 Originally Posted by Mike Wood

I enjoy collecting British military issue Rolex
Submariners.
Sadly, as we all know, they're becoming rarer and
dearer by the day.
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Stockholm, Sweden
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Fortunately, I do have a few to keep me going...

:D

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:shock: :shock: :shock: :o :o :( :( :evil: 
 :cry: :D
:) :) :) :cheers: :thumbright: :thumbright: :thumbright:
:thumbright: :thumbright:
that's just so... beautiful... :)
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#106

15th July 2010, 14:00

MADDOG 

Re: Military Collections

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A very interesting read and some very nice collections.

Dec 2009
' EXEMPLO DUCEMUS
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#107

17th July 2010, 02:23

HansL 

Re: Military Collections

Journeyman

Some update of the 56' group candies... :D 
[
Enjoy!! :lol: :P :drunken:

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#108

17th July 2010, 14:59

avdm 

Re: Military Collections

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Great collection Hans!
It seems you have them all.
Congratulations,
Adrian.
Aug 2007
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#109

28th July 2010, 20:50

Stamford 

Re: Military Collections

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Not a bad collection you have got there :wink:

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#110

6th August 2010, 23:01

Geronimo 

Re: Military Collections

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There´s nothing new I have to offer which hasn´t been
mentioned exept this one perhaps;
WWW Jaeger LeCoultre P dial KNIL marked, probably one
of the rarest.KNIL
is the abbreviation of “Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch
Leger”.In English : “ROYAL
DUTCH ARMY OF THE EAST INDIES”.
Adrian van der Meijden wrote an article together with Hans
Goerter about Knil and the www watches;
http://www.goerter.de/IWCFORUM/THE_IWC_ ...
RPROOF.pdf

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Regards Jimmy
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#111

6th August 2010, 23:19

Geronimo 

Re: Military Collections

Craftsman

 Originally Posted by Mike Wood

I enjoy collecting British military issue Rolex
Submariners.
Sadly, as we all know, they're becoming rarer and
dearer by the day.
Join Date:

Aug 2010

http://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.php?33406-Military-Collections/page3

Fortunately, I do have a few to keep me going...
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:D

Jesus wept....I didn´t think it possible, and there´s me
with my one civil 1964 meters firt submariner...puts one to
shame 

 

best regards
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#112

7th August 2010, 00:06

Geronimo 

Re: Military Collections

Craftsman

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This may also be of interest, the Mark 11 was also used
with the Astro Compass for navigational purposes

Aug 2010
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#113

7th August 2010, 18:24

avdm 

Re: Military Collections

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Hi Jimmy,
Nice JLC W.W.W. KNIL.
It is a pity that the lugs are not fixed ones.
Regards,
Adrian.
Aug 2007
112

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#114

7th August 2010, 21:52

Geronimo 

Re: Military Collections

Craftsman

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Hi Adrian,
do you know, I didn´t even notice it till now. Probably
because I always have a strap on it.It will be done, I can
assure you, and done so there is no difference to the
original.
I´ll let you know when its done, maybe even show the
next time you go on a "Kopje Koffie" with Hajo Th.....(Aix
la Chapelle)
Regards Jimmy
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#115

8th August 2010, 15:45

avdm 

Re: Military Collections

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OK,Jimmy, now you have made me curious!
Regards, 
Adrian. :o

Aug 2007
112

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#116

12th August 2010, 01:52

EugeneT 
Journeyman

Re: Military Collections
Let my Mark 11 go recently so am down by 1 :(

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