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  • Singapore Rolex Club Vintage Rolex Appreciation/Poisoning Thread

    I know that the vintage rollie section of the Singapore Rolex Club forums is usually quiet, so why not an appreciation/poisoning/enabling thread for all of us to enjoy? With all due respect to Francis' excellent vintage rolex thread, here's one for all Singapore Rolex Club members to share and ooh/ah/wah/steam

    Post and share pics of your vintage rollies! I'll start...

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  • #2
    Thumbs up to this thread!

    My only vintage

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    • #3
      Good initiative

      I don't buy vintage anymore but still love them and will follow this thread.
      Watches are like potato chips - You never stop at one

      Never political, seldom diplomatic, always honest

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      • #4
        Me too I don't buy vintage.
        Only hope one day my watch going vintage.
        Anyway very very sweet and nice hot vintage..

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        • #5
          excellent piece. would love to own one of these.

          Originally posted by r4gs View Post

          Post and share pics of your vintage rollies! I'll start...

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          • #6
            very stunning watches......here's mine....

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            • #7
              Thanks for sharing!

              E -

              Problmchylde - Interesting TT Datejust with a turn-o-graph bezel?

              Pegasi - No longer buy vintage? Sounds like you've found a cure

              Clocking - Enjoy this thread! Kena poisoned or not, at least tons of pics.

              Triton - Thank you. Not difficult to find the right red sub, but prices have strengthened a lot. G just sold his on your forums!

              Here's another classic GMT:

              Last edited by r4gs; 16-03-14, 10:24 AM.
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              • #8
                Nice!

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                • #9
                  Been looking for a beautiful vintage 1675 for months now....


                  Can't find a good one :-(

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                  • #10
                    McQueen Freccione

                    Originally posted by goingeasy23 View Post
                    Nice!
                    Thank you for the compliment. Any vintage of your own to share?

                    Originally posted by opzxkl View Post
                    Been looking for a beautiful vintage 1675 for months now....

                    Can't find a good one :-(
                    1675s are not rare and if you are comfortable with purchasing from overseas, you'd be spoilt for choice really. Unless you are looking for a caramel tropical, all original, bakelite 6542 with OCC gilt dial, then really I only know of one such example for sale currently

                    As expected, this thread needs more cowbell

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                    • #11
                      R4gs- Very good quality vintages!
                      Let's keep this thread alive.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by r4gs View Post
                        1675s are not rare and if you are comfortable with purchasing from overseas, you'd be spoilt for choice really. Unless you are looking for a caramel tropical, all original, bakelite 6542 with OCC gilt dial, then really I only know of one such example for sale currently
                        You definitely know your watches. To be honest, I am afraid of buying from overseas because I am not particularly knowledgeable with watches, hence my fear of being scammed.

                        I would appreciate any tips/knowledge you can pass on to me tho, especially regarding the beautiful 1675 :P

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                        • #13
                          This threads damn poisoning..im in the mist of looking for a nice 1675.

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                          • #14


                            1680

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                            • #15
                              More sharing!

                              Originally posted by Alexlow View Post
                              R4gs- Very good quality vintages!
                              Let's keep this thread alive.
                              Thanks Alex. Lovely patina! So where are the rest of your vintage hiding???

                              Originally posted by opzxkl View Post
                              You definitely know your watches. To be honest, I am afraid of buying from overseas because I am not particularly knowledgeable with watches, hence my fear of being scammed.

                              I would appreciate any tips/knowledge you can pass on to me tho, especially regarding the beautiful 1675 :P
                              Well, you can start with the established international dealers like Jacek/Scott from HQMilton, Ken Jacobs from Wannabuyawatch, Joshua Bonifas from Fourtane, Andrew Shear from Sheartime, Bruno Derval from Dream Collections, Gary Haftel from Exposing Time, VG/Paolo from I Signori Del Tempo, Maurizio/Thomas from Vintage Concept, Jed McCormack from Timetraveler, Elvio Piva from Tempus etc etc etc. Plenty. Alternatively, you can also use the website watchrecon.com to basically search across multiple watch forums and websites at the same time. It will come down to your comfort with buying internationally and always, always, do your due diligence before buying a watch.

                              Originally posted by bauhaus View Post
                              This threads damn poisoning..im in the mist of looking for a nice 1675.
                              Classic 1680 you have, looks gorgeous on your wrist! And I know how a 1675 is the next desirable addition

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