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Hello everyone,

I am french, 64 years old , retired and  leave in Indonesia .

I always had a passion for watches and start collecting them 40 years ago. 

I must say that After a very active life I am getting bored and decided to spend time with my passion.

I am sure I will be communicating with many of you in a near futur.

Good day to all of you.

J-C

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