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August 9 2002 at 2:08 AM

ThomasM  (Premier Login thepurist178)
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micke
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Opera Two

September 26 2002, 1:08 AM 

Opera two

When it is associated with a perpetual calendar and a tourbillon under three gold bars, the Westminster chime minute-repeater becomes an extraordinary complication. This ultra-sophisticated mechanism nestles in a rose gold case. Through the dial cut-out, protected by a sapphire crystal, three of the four strike-hammers are visible, the fourth one can only be seen when the striking-work is in operation. Transparent back. The manual winding mechanism guarantees a power-reserve in excess of 75 hours.




 
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Classique Self-winding chronograph

September 26 2002, 2:02 AM 

Self-winding mechanical chronograph movement, flyback function. Grey, yellow, rose gold or steel case, 40 mm diameter. Sapphire crystal and caseback.



 
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micke
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Traveller II

September 26 2002, 12:06 PM 


 
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micke
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Vintage 1945 Power Reserve

September 26 2002, 12:07 PM 


 
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PeterCDE
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Laureato - removed back

December 8 2002, 8:35 AM 


 
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PeterCDE
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GP ref. 99550 / 99100 tourbillon minute repeater

December 8 2002, 8:45 AM 


 
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PeterCDE
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GP ref. 99700 tourbillon, split-second, minute repeater chronograph

December 8 2002, 9:38 PM 


(by italian magazine Orologi)



    
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PeterCDE
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GP ref. 90170 split-second chronograph (Venus 179 movement)

December 8 2002, 9:39 PM 



(by italian magazine Orologi)

 
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PeterCDE
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GP ref. 99050 sceleton 3-briges tourbillon

December 8 2002, 9:41 PM 


 
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PeterCDE
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GP ref. 10131 GP 90 "Heures Du Monde" worldtimer

December 8 2002, 9:43 PM 


 
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Dave rossetti
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ww.tc in Titanium

December 8 2002, 11:01 PM 



 
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PeterCDE for Clément
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GP chronograph 250TR "Testa Rossa"

December 9 2002, 3:57 AM 


 
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WRoseman
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Richeville ref. 2520 Steel/Rose Gold (post by Wm. Jay Roseman )

January 1 2003, 11:23 PM 



This a Richeville Model 2520 Serial Number 46 Stainless steel with rose gold bezel. The catalogue info about the reference 2520 "Richeville" watch:
"automatic movement calibre GP 3000, 28.800 A/h, case size 32x38mm, water proof 3 ATM, screw-back with 6 screws".

The GP calibre 3000 was introduced in Basel 1994 and is completely done by GP.
Therefore, it may be called an in-house movement (although any contemporary maker makes use of outer sources for springs and screws).
It´s still among the slimmest automatic movements on the market and the base movement for the automatic chronograph movement calibre 3080.

Thank you Peter for all the information.

(this posting was transferred from other section by PeterCDE on 02-01-03)

 
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Kevin in PIT
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Titanium ww.tc with Titanium Band

January 1 2003, 11:26 PM 

original posting date: December 14 2002 at 7:39 AM



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PeterCDE
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GP ref. 99500 minute repeater

January 5 2003, 12:28 PM 

This is the (discontinued) minute repetition ref. 99500 with calibre 9896 (18.000 A/h) and a 37.5x36mm case:


 
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PeterCDE for Jared Black
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GP Grande Classique 2002 in RG

January 7 2003, 10:01 AM 




 
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PeterCDE
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GP ref. 99200 single bridge tourbillon with power reserve

January 14 2003, 1:57 PM 

This one is a ref. 99200.0.71.1831.
The manual wind movement GP calibre 9940 does have 180 single parts(!) and 21.600 A/h, the watch measure 38mm:



Same watch, gold case:

 
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Edward G. Salloom, Jr.
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GP F1 047

January 18 2003, 12:28 PM 

Hi-Tech Aluminum Case by Alcoa with Carbon Fiber dial


 
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Wm. Jay Roseman
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A Stainless Steel Richeville Model 27300

January 18 2003, 7:37 PM 

Just my opinion but I think that this is one of the most beautiful Girard Perregaux's made.


    
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