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Old 10 April 2018, 08:27 PM   #31
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For me it was not buying more years ago when I started. I’m still hunting down many of the same pieces I was trigger shy on then, but at twice+ the cost.
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Old 10 April 2018, 08:50 PM   #32
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263’s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LV’s and several early F’s as well 3 bought new from AD’s by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
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Old 10 April 2018, 08:55 PM   #33
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Selling my Lange 1815 Chronograph some years ago. The original dial version in white gold and white dial. I wish I hadn't. I really miss that watch and would love to own it again...
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Old 10 April 2018, 08:58 PM   #34
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
I dont have anything after that
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Old 10 April 2018, 10:26 PM   #35
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
Holy crap on a cracker that is a lot of nice SS!!!
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Old 10 April 2018, 10:34 PM   #36
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I had a 14060M (my first Rolex) and sold it, bought an 114060 which was nice, I liked it... eventually I got tired of it and sold it. I really prefer the new bracelet and ceramic bezel, but I kind of wish I had just kept the first one... it wore much smaller, and that cheesy bracelet is unnoticeable when it's on your wrist.
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Old 10 April 2018, 10:35 PM   #37
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
Wow. Crazy list! Maybe I shouldn't feel too bad.

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Old 10 April 2018, 11:02 PM   #38
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Choosing a plat/Yachtmaster over a bluesy. Buying said yachtie new then tiring and trading said yachtie for bluesy 9 months later. Very expensive mistake....not quite as expensive as the quartz Cartier tank debacle and Longines Hour Angle I had to have but darn near it. Rarely will you have solid wins with watches but playing with Rolex keeps you losing as little as possible for the sake of the hobby.
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Old 11 April 2018, 12:08 AM   #39
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I should have kept:

AP 15202
AP 15305
Hulk

Really no regrets since I replaced them with a couple of nice Pateks. Now I did recently get another Hulk. Too expensive to reacquire the APs.
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Old 11 April 2018, 05:05 AM   #40
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.

He wins!
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Old 11 April 2018, 05:12 AM   #41
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Buying a watch (non-Rolex) based on pictures alone and without trying on.

Poor fit, sold at a slight loss; however, experience was well-worth the lesson learned.
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Old 11 April 2018, 05:16 AM   #42
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Certainly made few mistakes along the way both flipping and passing on opportunities. I like to think though that I evened things out a bit with some of the watches I picked up and still have......also gotta keep it all in perspective...in the bigger scheme of things these are only watches!
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Old 11 April 2018, 05:16 AM   #43
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Old 11 April 2018, 05:27 AM   #44
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Actually bought the kermit ten years ago and sold it for a very good profit for another project. Wife actually was against selling it. Fast forward a year, shoulda held on but now I just got the blnr and its a keeper.
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Old 11 April 2018, 05:38 AM   #45
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
Wow, just wow!
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Old 11 April 2018, 05:53 AM   #46
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
After reading your list, I don't feel nearly as bad about mine as I used to
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:05 AM   #47
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Buying a couple Omegas before buying Rolex was my big mistake.

Both are gone, and I lost some cash in the process of course.
Yep... I did that too....
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:06 AM   #48
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a few regrets for me.

1. 2002 bought a 16234 as my first Rolex instead of a sports model, picked up my 16610 the following year.
2. 2006 decided to get the Cartier Roadster Chrono over the SD. Cartier was more money back then, but the SD is now triple the retail. The Cartier has dropped in value and I never wear it!
3. 2011 chose AP 26300 instead of the SS Daytona White (at a 10% discount) and AP 15300. Ended up getting the priciest of the 3, also the worse performing.

I wear all my watches, and don't view them as investments. But if you look at monetary value, I made many bad decisions.
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:08 AM   #49
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:11 AM   #50
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
Hahaha u win

(Not sure if thats good or bad. Lol)
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:16 AM   #51
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
This is surprising even for you my friend. Wow
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:20 AM   #52
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I visited a Dealer who just received a SubC, BLNR, and an LvC. I probably could have negotiated a good discount and picked up 2 watches, but i only decided on getting the SubC. Euro to dollar was at a good rate, VAT refund would have helped and the value of the BLNR & LvC shot up. The 3 watches would have been about 20k, basically the cost of a BLNR and LvC, could've tried to flip them and end up with my SubC for about 3-4k
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:25 AM   #53
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I worked at an AD for a short time in high school (1981). The shop had a Rolex Cosmograph that had been there for a few years. Retail was about $575, was offered to me for $350 (dealer cost). I was making $2.85 an hour as a stock boy/helper. I remember thinking I'd have to work over 100 hours to pay for it, so I passed. ��
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:31 AM   #54
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I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back. [/QUOTE]

Well done, what memories to have!

Better to have had and 'lost', than never had at all.
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:36 AM   #55
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
Woah. Mine seem downright paltry in comparison.

Had the chance to buy a FPJ Chrono Bleu from a boutique last summer (before the dial issue that has caused a backlog and Rolex-esc waitlist). I still pine over this watch almost daily.

Buying my IWC Portuguese (just never really clicked with the watch and traded it in for my JLC MC chrono).
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Old 11 April 2018, 06:36 AM   #56
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I worked at an AD for a short time in high school (1981). The shop had a Rolex Cosmograph that had been there for a few years. Retail was about $575, was offered to me for $350 (dealer cost). I was making $2.85 an hour as a stock boy/helper. I remember thinking I'd have to work over 100 hours to pay for it, so I passed. ��

Man $2.85 per hour...wow.
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Old 11 April 2018, 07:01 AM   #57
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Dont really regret many moves as I like to focus forward but Ive certainly burned some capital and the few that would be up big now are:

Ap15202
Pp5167
Pp5711w
M serial Kermit

The one I wonder about appreciation wise was one of the first Blancpain bathyscaphes in ceramitized titanium I think it was called - they scraped that metal shortly after release
So while not a deep market for that brand that one may prove to be special many years from now. Or not
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Old 11 April 2018, 08:55 AM   #58
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.
And those are just the Rolexes... still better to have loved and lost than to have just lost.
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Old 11 April 2018, 10:01 AM   #59
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6538 Big Crown 4 line perfect mint condition
6263 Paul Newman white dial mint complete
6241 Paul Newman black mint
6239 Paul Newman
6262 tropical mint
Multiple 6263s both black and sliver and complete
Porcelain 16520 NOS complete
1680/8 meters first mint
1680/8 tropical caramel dial
5513 full spec Milsub with HH letter
5514 Comex documented log with deepest dive in Comex history
MK1 Patent Pending DRSD mint worn a few times
Mk2 tropical DRSD nicest one ever
Mk3 DRSD mint complete
Mk4 DRSD mint
Panerai 6152-1 tropical 1948 on original strap
5512 underline dial gilt mint
5512 complete set 4 line mint 10
1680 tropical red
1675 gilt
1655 original owner barn find mint 10

I could go on and on as there are dozens more sadly! I had 4 Y LVs and several early Fs as well 3 bought new from ADs by me. Ok I am done now but there are lots of photos of them that live on forever here from years back.

Mic drop.
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