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My initial reaction would be a homage to the Jaeger-Lecoultre Reverso Grande Taille.
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A CW version of the Longines master complication moonphase L2.673.4.51.6 for £1100 or less :thumbup:

http://www.thewatchsource.co.uk/item/Lo ... aign=GBase
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Silver or Gold plain cased manual wind Half Hunter pocket watch with a white or cream C1 Russell style face, blued hands & a pop open display back showing a decorated movement. My ultimate grail watch as it only exists in my head!
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PVD C60 GMT with matching bracelet. :D
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Tyke wrote:Silver or Gold plain cased manual wind Half Hunter pocket watch with a white or cream C1 Russell style face, blued hands & a pop open display back showing a decorated movement. My ultimate grail watch as it only exists in my head!
Hello again Tyke- I thought I had seen your name on a couple of threads. Welcome back.

My dream CW watch would be something 6-8mm thick, 39-40mm diameter with silver starburst dial and blued hands with the new logo, steel case with black croc strap, no date. That's todays answer.
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It might look a bit like this. Fabulously elegant, beautifully styled - what more could you want? Oh and I'm not a fan of chronos but for this I'd make an exception.

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I've already got my dream watch from CW! :)
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A 47mm pilot like the Steinhart Nav B-Uhr but in blackImage
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One more beauty. If CW could manage this....photo courtesy of http://www.relojes-especiales

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This is 40mm by 8.8mm deep.
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footycrazy wrote:A CW version of the Longines master complication moonphase L2.673.4.51.6 for £1100 or less :thumbup:

http://www.thewatchsource.co.uk/item/Lo ... aign=GBase
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Re: What would be your dream Christopher Ward watch?

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blue bezel, blue dial.

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scooter wrote:blue bezel, blue dial.

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Sounds like an FLE divers
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Leo David wrote:
scooter wrote:blue bezel, blue dial.

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Sounds like an FLE divers
You mean like this

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Crikey

I hadn't realised that. :wink:

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Woman's automatic silver guilloche, blued hands, date, big enough to read, not so big it looks like a man's watch.

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