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I am new to this forum and seen many good posts and people around. I just wanted to say hello to all with this my first post and want to let you know all my interest is to collect antique watches and right now I am looking for large men's watches. I hope to connect good people here on this forum.

 

Kristoffer Holten.

 

 

 

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