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Reinvigorating a Collection

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Brilliant. ^  :yes:  (Though, maybe not with the kitty, but the moolah.) 

Sell. 

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17 hours ago, Noob101 said:

 . . . . buy a bigger watch box (that would look half empty!).   

Sounds more like an opportunity than a threat to me :yes:

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3 hours ago, yokel said:

Sounds more like an opportunity than a threat to me :yes:

A year or so ago I would have agreed, but with 7 watches it is already difficult enough to find time to wear them all! I can only imagine what it would be like with 10 or 12 :swoon:

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1 minute ago, Noob101 said:

A year or so ago I would have agreed, but with 7 watches it is already difficult enough to find time to wear them all! I can only imagine what it would be like with 10 or 12 :swoon:

or in this case .... 10 or 12 hundred !! :laugh:

Seriously though , collections have to have a past , a present and a future. Rog needs a strategy to shape the collection in my view ... but doing that without selling is very tricky.

complicated this watch stuff.... lol

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