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THE HISTORY OF PANERAI WATCHES AT A GLANCE - Comprehensive Overview

March 18 2017 at 2:29 PM

Marius  (Login Viper-FFM)
Paneristi
from IP address 176.199.56.44

On behalf of José who made a incredible, high quality visual summary of the most important vintage Panerais:
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Marius.

I appreciate the poster gesture. I really do. However I dislike the link. I've spent 17 years adding to the growth of this forum.
This forum was built on contribution posts of quality. I won't allow it to be a satellite conduit to personal opinions , blogs, data websites that are parasitic to the audience we have built.
Surely a poster could enter the content and pictures for the benefit of the Paneristi community, not themselves. It's akin to bringing your own alcohol to a nightclub that is providing the roof, ambience and facility.
I will not opine on the content. I didn't read it at all. But in all honesty I may have been upset at that too.
So in short, no such links will be allowed on the PF. Too many hours have gone into building our Fora to be decayed by easier media options and nothing left on the plate for us.

I know you will be understanding.

Respectfully

A grizzly old veteran v 2.


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This message has been edited by Kingsholm14 from IP address 107.77.85.61 on Mar 18, 2017 8:26 PM


 
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Mike
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108.14.104.237

That's cool.

March 18 2017, 4:55 PM 

Nice share
Mike...NYC. My collection so far is a 312 and some cool straps.

 
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mike
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71.12.57.247

Fantastic! Would look great in my office! nt

March 19 2017, 1:50 AM 


 
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Hans
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Paneristi
92.187.71.59

Great job done to correct the mistakes in the current history telling

March 20 2017, 10:07 PM 

To know the real history and evolution of the watches motivates a true Paneristi even more.

Thank you for sharing that great piece of work concerning the pre-richemont period.

Regards,
Hans

 
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