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Thread: Patek Philippe Skeleton watch movement - GIF

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    Self winding. Figures, there goes my comment about winding it with a skeleton key.

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    Next time I have $100,000 to spend on a watch, I'd sure like to get one!

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    Obviously it is a work of are but then again one could say that nearly all watches began as works of art even the lowly Timex for all its simplicity when it was a wind up wrist watch was a work of art . not so much the watch itself but the machinery it took to mass produce a timepiece by the literal millions and in the 60's you could buy one for what? maybe $5.00 I had one that was issued to me while in the Army I wore the same watch for5 1/2 of my 6 years in service and for maybe 4 years afterwards it was OD green and housed in a plastic case. Also the last watch I ever wore daily, though not the last one I have owned I have a small collection of 30 to 60 year old wrist watches
    I would love to get my hands on a few different tourbillion watches though.


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