Posts Tagged "Greubel Forsey"

Buy low. In this market, picking the very best made.

»Posted by on May 24, 2016 in General, Greubel Forsey | 0 comments

Buy low. In this market, picking the very best made.

How To buy low. You need uncontrollable set of events. (1) A wealthy, previously or currently wealthy seller…willing to sell. (2) Knowing the fundamental, not the advertised sentiment, value. (3) Having the $250,000 USD it will take.   I believe in unknown factors: LUCK and FORTUNE of the owner is numero uno. I have been UNEXPLAINABLY fortunate, lucky and blessed…which is why I never cover/conceal my watch serial numbers, they sell easily..to put it mildly. Then again, if single men all buy stuff instead of legally working clothing and gifts for women (the title pic)…we may have variable market dynamics. Here is what became LOW and what did not: First the platinum Parmigiani tourbillons fell, but I think, fundamentally these were made...

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Greubel Forsey rare double 30 WG available!

»Posted by on May 15, 2016 in General | 0 comments

Greubel Forsey rare double 30 WG available!

Greubel Forsey Greubel Forsey rare fine double 30 WG VISION. In a slate grey, not the 2 million dollar platinum MOP, is coming in FS at auction in HKK by Philips. Probably 2006 to 2009. Less than 70 made in this form. All should be easily documented, certified. Think: WILL you buy something that supply is vague at best? Yet…demand is NOT explained, illustrated but by vague terms: “history”, “DNA”, parts of cars which are discarded…even if used in costly ways? No fake Greubel Forseys exist at all, in anything close to a child’s drawing. Let me be clear, I do not work for or will gain, from these watchmakersl Reserve entry bid is running in low, below $250,000 USD…BARGAIN price IF you win at $400k. New in 2007, it was...

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Caseback Greubel Forsey Art Piece 2 & IP 1

»Posted by on Apr 28, 2016 in General | 1 comment

Caseback Greubel Forsey Art Piece 2 & IP 1

Caseback of Greubel Forsey ‘s Invention Piece 1, Art Piece 2 have finally begun to evolve. Greubel Forsey took lead point. Caseback or not, all rare Greubel Forsey in platinum are and will remain as secure as investments as anything on the market. These works are evidence and represent what man can do without computers and electricity if need be. Caseback (s) have begun decisive evolution. Greubel Forsey is lead point man. These are classic powerfully committed decisions. Took 300 years. It will, IMHO, make these THE most important and valued watches, and audited to the hilt. Can’t go deeper. Can’t get more sure as real, no way to fake.   So Why will I think that a caseback to be DECISIVE? We all got tired of seeing the wheels and gears....

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Greubel Forsey IP1 platinum under 2:1 macro by LAOWA 60mm

»Posted by on Mar 25, 2016 in General | 1 comment

Greubel Forsey IP1 platinum under 2:1 macro by LAOWA 60mm

Greubel Forsey IP1 Greubel Forsey IP1 The Greubel Forsey IP1 platinum is in the closing years of the age of the superlative hand made, most costly, most rare watches, the sincerely most valued. Without the embalmed values of diamonds and such… Valued for hand made. An age which is to end. Greubel Forsey and Sincere Fine Watches present ‘More To It Than Meets The Eye’ Horological Meandering 2006 The IP1 in platinum of 11 pieces, and gold in 22…are, will be, the most documented, verified, as teutonic and Germans can be…no secret editions…always a pain to discover a decade or even 10 later! Now, more than 2013 to 2016…as Tag reintroduces the world to what the Chinese in Beijing have been doing since 2006…the tourbillon...

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Leica M240, Pentax 645 on Greubel Forsey

»Posted by on Feb 28, 2016 in General | 0 comments

Leica M240, Pentax 645 on Greubel Forsey

Leica M240, Pentax 645 on Greubel Forsey Leica…but then http://www.kenrockwell.com/pentax/645d/I’ve been using this Pentax 645D for two years. Only the Leica M240 and the Sony’s ability to share all my Summilux, crons, etc..moved me to request for a Sony. Unlike my Greubel Forseys, I don’t pay for cameras…only the Leica I have to buy. My previous cameras were 4×5 film systems, Pentax 67 and the Mamiyas. I moved to digital Canon 1Ds for quite a number of years, enough to produce 3 paid books. So…this is NOT a review of cameras, just a sharing. In case people/readers are thinking of FULL FRAME and/or BIGGER. I am not a pro. I am not even a GOOD knowledgeable photographer…BUT I am a REAL 99% of the market, I guess, and...

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