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Montblanc 1858 Split Second Titanium.

A quick wrist shot of a watch which I could borrow to a good friend ( you know who you are ). Still have to publish the review I wrote about this one... It was and still is a very cool watch with its blue enamel dial ( yes, yes, you read well ) its titani
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By: amanico
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Montblanc Terrarum; Jules Verve edition. I was on the fence for years and finally pulled the trigger😊

This one is very nice! Thanks for looking my friends!
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By: hmd4m
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The Berlin Flatline
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Retour-a-Zero on the 23rd floor

Wearing this beautiful watch today while having lunch and afterwards some AD visits (which resulted in orders 😅) HAGWE
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By: penfriend
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hmd4m
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Unveiled secret after two months of ownership

This is my most worn watch currently and I am happy that I got it. Three points make it special: The piece in steel and without a real dial is very light and comfortable to wear on the wrist. The front view with the turned and swapped calibre is amazing i
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By: penfriend
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Casual Friday with a Pythagore

Here’s my first Minerva with a casual strap combination suited to a Friday. At 34mm it’s super comfortable to wear and has fantastic proportions.
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By: KMII
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KMII
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Minerva on the wrist today

Love this “Blue Hands” Pythagore cal 48 on the bracelet. 38 mm Any other Minerva fans? Let’s see some wrist shots 🤝🏆
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By: SingaporeMarc
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SingaporeMarc
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As Nico started it…

Here another vintage Minerva chrono shot, in my case of the 13.20, while engaging in a similarly analog activity. Love the pusher feel and while the 13.20 of old does not have movement finishing of even remotely the kind and standard of the Gnutti and Mon
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By: KMII
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KMII
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What about some Sunday Minerva vintage Chronographs delight?

I will post some other vintage from time to time... Enjoy, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Montblanc 1858 Tachymeter.

What? Two months without posting any photo of the 1858 Tachymeter? Intolerable! This injustice has just been repaired, now. Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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The charm of 34mm

Wearing the Minerva Pythagore Aviation again and am always surprised how proper proportions can make a 34mm watch work just as well today as it has worked since the start of wrist watches. Lots of presence and doesn’t look puny at all. Love the cathedral
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By: KMII
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KMII
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