CWL of the day

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Mortis wrote:What?! Ian responds to such badgering! He'd going to regret this come the next GTG. He has several I want... especially with decorated movements! What's the C5 collection running at now, Mr Blyth?
He gave in eventually after months of pestering.......... Oh and offering a persuasive amount of wedge might have helped :lol
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Mine says hi Clarky. Been on my wrist for the past two days. Enjoying it so much I think it's going to stay on there for one more.
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I am a little jealous of your decorated movement though. :(
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Mortis wrote:What?! Ian responds to such badgering! He'd going to regret this come the next GTG. He has several I want... especially with decorated movements! What's the C5 collection running at now, Mr Blyth?
Just the 7 C5s now. :lol: I am thinning some watches out just before the new stuff comes in.
Clarky wrote:He gave in eventually after months of pestering.......... Oh and offering a persuasive amount of wedge might have helped :lol
That also helps and it is just as well I prefer the black C5A Mk I. :lol:
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Managed to find the original catalogue for the C60SOSI, and use it as a backdrop for this fantastic burnt orange beauty. :)

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Mmmm some one realy needs to sell one of these to me! Any one??? :)
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Clarky wrote:Mmmm some one realy needs to sell one of these to me! Any one??? :)
me too & I'll pay an extra fiver :)
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Another FLE for Good Friday.

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Just like Downer, it was orange again today. I apologise for crap photo taken quickly, but these hungry buggers were jumping thinking it was food, and was not going to lose it through the nets. :lol:

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will try and get a better shot 2moro.
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that was brave!! :D (unless there was photoshop involvement! :lol: )
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No, no photoshop.
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C8 MkII today. :)

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Very Nice B&W photo there Richard.
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Sober Elegance today!!
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I couldn't resist the movement photo. :D
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