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Yes, Day One for the Monaco
In Response To: Monaco day ()

What an amazing image . . . a perfect way to celebrate the birthday of the Monaco!!

And the siblings, Autavia and Carrera, which received the new Chronomatic movement, and modern-style cases, exactly 50 years ago!!

Of course, we would love to see the beautiful faces of these 11 Monacos,



: Celebration day of an icon in movement and design

: I have to give them some fresh air, one see, not all of them are
: safe queens..but some.
: As the forum members know, and since short me too, also Mr.
: J.C.Biver lost his watch while skiing.
: The difference, my mother did not see it to commentate it and I had
: found this Trans Monaco a year before, also while skiing (1969)
: but lost it a year later.
: that is the problem with those monaco bracelets.
: So, by special circumstances, I bought it, not blue but grey, again
: at wempe/Frankfurt in 1970/1(?).
: here it is: one owner watch and the beginning......

: cheers mich

: wish you a nice time(keeper)

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