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    It's a very, very nice watch and I'd very much like to see one in the flesh, but if it is £11k+ then it is out of my range this year

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    Some more images of what the front, side and rear of case will look like are pictured here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwalker9
    Some more images of what the front, side and rear of case will look like are pictured here.
    Absolutely stunning watch, the detail on the case back is amazing and the wood inlay is a touch of class. I would love to be the proud owner of one these. A piece of British history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjembleton
    Absolutely stunning watch, the detail on the case back is amazing and the wood inlay is a touch of class. I would love to be the proud owner of one these. A piece of British history.
    I agree,that wood inlay is brilliant. Perhaps the only criticism I can level of the rear is that it almost looks too busy,however I'm sure that's just a quirk of the 3d pic.

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    first time I've seen the case back.... the wood isa round the outside and the impression in the 'crystal display back' is from Admiral Nelson's personal 'seal' tht Bremont should be a couple of weeeks ago... I'll upload from my phone tomorrow... this watch is shaping up amazingly!




    and the scroll work where you can see the 'copper' from the large nail underneath will be very, very cool!

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    Love the front, side and back are too playful and too much british history for me...not that I could afford it anyway...

    Please give me a not limited edititon with this layout and movement, Bremont.

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    Very nice and exclusive watch! But no no no, as a frogs legs eater, I can't give any support to this project!!! Trafalgar is not a good memory in French history, at all!!! But what about a new project with a watch called "Austerlitz" with some parts of Napoleon saber and medals????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diak
    Very nice and exclusive watch! But no no no, as a frogs legs eater, I can't give any support to this project!!! Trafalgar is not a good memory in French history, at all!!! But what about a new project with a watch called "Austerlitz" with some parts of Napoleon saber and medals????
    You might have to ask B&R to do that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATG
    and the scroll work where you can see the 'copper' from the large nail underneath will be very, very cool!
    So the copper is in the sides? I thought it was in the rotor. It's hard to tell in the picture.

    Stupid bank account. Limiting my lifestyle yet again...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TexZan
    So the copper is in the sides? I thought it was in the rotor. It's hard to tell in the picture.

    Stupid bank account. Limiting my lifestyle yet again...
    I think the caseback shot is just a mockup to show the engraving on the underside of the sapphire glass, as the movement doesn't look *quite* right to me. The copper on the should should look lovely.

    The seal looks a little like the "Copenhagen" seal, but I can't seem to find the one on which is was based (searched the Greenwich collection and will move on to Plymouth next!)

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Bremonts HMS Victory Watch anounced at Basel