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Well, I'm definitely excited! The 1946 Centenary 2500 caliber 30.10 has landed:






Got the strap installed and wearing it around the house.




Man, I am
tonight! Won't be wearing it often until it's serviced, just a little around the house tonight and tomorrow morning. I've never wanted to replace a flipped / traded watch as much as this one. I was
to trade my first one even though it was for a sweet Constellaton. It's be a
day in Hell before this one departs. :thumbup1:
 

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Nice. Congratulations! :cool1:
 

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that's a fantastic acquisition Dennis.

long may it remain in the watch box :thumbup1::thumbup::001_tt1:
 

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Well, I'm definitely excited! The 1946 Centenary 2500 caliber 30.10 has landed:






Got the strap installed and wearing it around the house.




Man, I am
tonight! Won't be wearing it often until it's serviced, just a little around the house tonight and tomorrow morning. I've never wanted to replace a flipped / traded watch as much as this one. I was
to trade my first one even though it was for a sweet Constellaton. It's be a
day in Hell before this one departs. :thumbup1:
I'm trying to get the timeline of your pics, you take possesion of delivery and immediately rip it open and snap a pic at 8:25am. You then go outside and train your pet squirrel to stand in above position for a pic which takes abouts 45min, then you rush back in for your next pic which reads precisely 9:14am. Darn I'd make a good detective hehehe!:cool1:
 

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Thanks guys!

long may it remain in the watch box :thumbup1::thumbup::001_tt1:
From your fingers to the Watch God's ears. :laugh:

Never again for this watch, but what are the odds it will happen with different one??
Rebuy the same watch I sold? Never say never, especially if the GDE applies (good deal exception), but I try to move forwards and not backwards. This instance was an epic mistake on my part. Again, not that I didn't like the Constellation 2943 I traded my first Centenary for and it was a very fair swap, but it turned out that the Centenary is one of those near-perfect watches for me. The watch I received was all it was cracked up to be and more, just sat too tall versus it's diameter for my tastes.
 
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