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Maybe one of my most interesting references in sports Rolex....

September 9 2009 at 9:19 AM

Philipp  (Login philippstahl)
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Submariner with crownguards reference 5512 & 5513!

It was for a long time in production and in many different versions. I focused on 5512/3 this afternoon and as some came on the table, the 'simple' design of this toolwatch makes it very addictive to me.
I had to make a picture and while it, the same questions spinned in my head: When is enough, enough??.......
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probably never wink.gif

Rgrds.philipp

 
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MichaelC
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Hey P...You don't have that "hoarders" disorder do you? LOL. ABSOLUTELY..

September 9 2009, 9:57 AM 

STUNNING DISPLAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
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RCCL
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Well, I don't know what to say except....

September 9 2009, 9:58 AM 

you deserve bragging rights with this one!

 
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Mike Wood
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Wow! They look nice... maybe I'll start collecting Submariners!

September 9 2009, 10:20 AM 

That's a very nice theme for a Collection happy.gif

Nice pictures Philipp, I feel inspired!!

MW

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Mark020
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Sorry Mike: Philipp wins!

September 9 2009, 10:36 AM 

He set them all on the same time. You didn't wink.gif

 
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Philipp
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LOL! besides that, i was talking about different 5512/3....;-)

September 9 2009, 10:50 AM 

Not the whole MW Submariner Armada, lot's of interesting story's in those boxes..
LOL Mike! I think we both have the same problem wink.gif

See you soon, and don't forget last years suggestion of K, don't take the same ones as you did last year....

Best Philipp


    
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Dino
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Wow, doesn't matter if we bring the same ones...

September 9 2009, 11:51 AM 

No one can top you two anyway! Maybe you should compare the size of your.... to see who wins happy.gif (sorry for that)

Anyway, you're both crazy, but I like crazy... Here in Holland we say that one can fill canals with ordinary people so I'm glad there's still a few colorful people around happy.gif

See you soon,D

 
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Gary
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You guys are crazy.......

September 9 2009, 10:53 AM 

That makes the rest of us just a "little crazy". I'm feeling better about myself now.


 
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Philipp
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I'm glad I could help you Gary ;-)

September 9 2009, 11:03 AM 

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you spotted that service tropic 39 in the middle right away, didn't you wink.gif
i think you have a wonderful 'theme' in your collection, one i'm very jealous about!

best P.

 
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tuscanyrose
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only one question...

September 9 2009, 10:57 AM 

what time is it???

 
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alexmo
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And what's the date !?

September 9 2009, 11:39 AM 

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Beautiful collectionS

 
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AAKVIPER
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it is time for auction and watch show season my good man...

September 9 2009, 12:36 PM 

are you ready? catalogues and paddles at the ready...cash from the bank accounted for...a buyers market..ready set go.. lol. wink.gif



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Philipp
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with the low estimates of AQ you're probably sitting first row ;-)

September 9 2009, 1:24 PM 

You've to check out the 2 serviced dialed Big Crown (6200& 6538) when wee read the condition rapports carefully, 1 x serviced Military
and one 6263 PN with Rolex service papers.

Now look closely at the service papers of the PN, they say: '...Dial poor, blistered, peeled..' and now look back to the picture,
it's nice and crisp, tata wink.gif....and that for only 837,97,= LOL!

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AAKVIPER
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I Will definitely be at the auction preview picking watches apart as usual..

September 9 2009, 6:45 PM 

hopefully we might find a gem at a good price...one will never know.. wink.gif

A

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Philipp
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When your goal is only to post to promote your blog, do something with it!...

September 10 2009, 1:23 PM 

or don't meantion it. write for instance about the auction vieuwing, make some detailed scans (by the way, do you have a camera you can use your own?) so that's worthwhile to have a look again on your blog. That will Imho make it worthwhile meantioning. I've look 2-3 times on it since you've it online, it's still the same allthough I've seen you here on VRF a lot, so what's up, where the passion? I think to know that you've learned something new in the meanwhile you could share...

As you call me your friend, I might say that wink.gif

best to you,
yours, Philipp

 
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reuter
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guys if my wife complains about my purchases i will refer to these pictures, very nice

September 9 2009, 11:37 AM 


 
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Detlev
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Quite the line-up!

September 9 2009, 11:50 AM 

Now I know why you needed that big bag of multi-color Nato straps you got in Munich LOL!

Ciao, D

 
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Philipp
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Let's see if we can name all different submariner versions...

September 9 2009, 12:21 PM 

Would be cool to have a overvieuw of all non date submariner...

Something like this,

6200

- with silver submariner
- without silver submariner
- small rolex crown
- small rolex crown + swiss t
- with submariner + OCC

6204, 6205

- honeycomb dial in 1 color
- gilt in 1 colour
- double name
- blackout
- underline
- occ?


6538

- 2 lined in 1 colour gilt print
- 2 lined + OCC in 1 colour
- submariner + red depth
- 2 lined in 2 colour print
- 4 lined in 2 colour print
- double name [ serpico ]
- underline
- 369

6536, 6536/1, 5508, 5510

- 2 lined in 1 colour gilt print
- 2 lined in 1 colour gilt print + OCC
- submariner + red depth
- 2 lined in 2 colour print
- 4 lined in 2 colour print
- double name [ serpico ]
- underline

5512/3

- minuterack, square crown, 2 lined
- minutetrack with '59 tulip - fifth finger crown / 2 lined, 'cornini corti' pointed
- minutetrack with tulip crown / 4 lined, pointed
- minutetrack with '60-'62 crown / 2 lined, pointed
- minutetrack with '60-'62 crown / 4 lined, pointed
- minutetrack with '60-'62 crown / 2 lined, pointed, double name
- opentrack 2 lines, white swiss '62-'63
- opentrack 2 lines, white swiss underline '62-'63
- opentrack 4 lines, white swiss '62-'63
- opentrack 2 lines, white swiss underline '62-'63
- opentrack 2 lines, white swiss upperline'62-'63
- opentrack 2 lines, gold swiss '63-'64
- opentrack 2 lines, gold swiss '63-'64 underline
- opentrack 2 lines, gold swiss '63-'64 upperline
- opentrack 2 lines, gold swiss '63-'64 double name
- opentrack 4 lines, gold swiss '63-'64 underline
- opentrack 4 lines, gold swiss '63-'64 upperline
- opentrack 2 lines, gold swiss '63-'64 double swiss
- 4-5 versions of the 369 explorer dialed submariner
- opentrack, 2 lines, SWISS T<25 <br>

etc, etc, etc...

Need some input on Military & Comex for all 5512, 5513, 5514, 5517 submariner versions

LOL wink.gif

rgrds.P


 
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Mike Wood
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One word....

September 9 2009, 1:08 PM 

S-C-I-E-N-T-I-S-T!

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Love it Philipp, and yes, I'm packing my bag of Seikos ready for travel!

Must be better than getting "arrested" twice by Dutch Customs last year for "smuggling" Rolex watches.... sad.gif

 
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Philipp
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Thanks you Mike!!

September 9 2009, 2:50 PM 

Please leave you Seiko's at home Mike, take the TGV, they don't use X-ray wink.gif

Best to you!

Rgrds.Philipp

 
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