Reference Gallery Photos needed

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Reference Gallery Photos needed

Post by Kip »

The Reference Gallery was set up so we can show our best photos of a given model in a variety of different strap combinations as well as show every color combination in real life as well as staged. Your photos are better than on the CW website. Show them off for potential buyers as well as those that might be interested in a pre owned someday.

Over time, many photos have disappeared, so those posts must be deleted. There are several model CW watches that have few or no photos in the Reference Gallery. There are many excellent photographs that are scattered about the forum. What we need is for more of these excellent photos to be posted in the Reference Gallery. Your assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Just follow the simple guidelines and lets get more of those great photos posted.

Here is what is currently needed.....

These have only 1 entry, none or are missing variants. (updated Sept. 9, 2022)

C1 Grand Malvern Jump Hour (1)
C1 Grand Malvern Worldtimer(1)
C1 Morgan Series (3 Wheeler=0..Classic=1..Plus 8=0)
C3 Malvern Chronograph MKIII (1)
C3 MKIII Grand Tourer (1)
C3 Morgan Chronograph
C4 Military (1)
C50 Malvern Chronometer (1)
C50 Malvern COSC MKII (1)
C6 Kingfisher (need blue)
C6 Military
C60 Trident Bronze (40mm) (1)
C60 Bonze Ombre Green COSC LE (1)
C60 Trident Pro 300 38mm (3.1)
C60 Trident Pro 300 40mm (3.1) (1)
C60 Trident Pro 300 42mm (3.1)
C60 Trident Pro COSC LE (SW200)
C63 Colchester (1)
C63 Sealander Bronze COSC (1)
C63 Sealander 36mm Limited Editions (Green=1, Red =1)
C63 Ukraine Limited Edition (1)
C65 AM 1 VEV Special Edition (1)
C65 Aquitaine Bronze COSC
C65 Aquitaine GMT (1)
C65 Trident Classic MKII
C70/S70 Series (need BRG-LE, D-Type, GB, FR COSC,IT COSC)
C8 Birkin's Blower
C9 DB4
C9 D-Type (1)
C9 P2725 Hurricane TM-B-LE

D8/D9 Encore (D8=1..D9=0)
R3/R7 Divine Ronde
R30 Victoria Deco (1)
S3 Divine Carre
T9 L'Ovale (1)
W2 Lido (1)
W5 Matisse Diamond (1)
W6 Splash "All Colour,s" (need SBB, SLL, SPP, SWW)
W61 Trident Pro (1)
W7 BBMF (BoB Memorial Flight) (1)
W7 Rapide/W70 Rapide Diamond (W7=0..W70=1)
W90 Bellisama/W900 Bellisama Diamond (W90=1..W900=1

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