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BrisseCph
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August 2nd, 2012, 8:20 pm #1

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen






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August 2nd, 2012, 8:28 pm #2

Tx. It looks like you had a great time over there. Hope your wife and kids also enjoyed this stuff .

Greetings from Belgium
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August 2nd, 2012, 8:50 pm #3


La Spezia, my family took to the water


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August 2nd, 2012, 8:56 pm #4

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





Thanks!

"Life's an adventure, you might as well wear a Panerai"
Steve (steveroadking)


Richardson Hwy, Valdez, Alaska-- The Brooks Range via Dalton Hwy Alaska--Prudhoe Bay/Deadhorse Arctic Ocean Alaska--Dawson Cr, Mile Marker '0' Alaska Canadian Hwy Alberta Canada--Yukon Territory, Al Can Highway--Crossing the Yukon River via The George Black Ferry from Dawson City--Poker Creek, population 2, furthest northern border crossing in Alaska. The Forty Mile River Region/Top Of The World Highway







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August 2nd, 2012, 9:04 pm #5

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





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August 2nd, 2012, 9:22 pm #6

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





Very nice - thanks!!!

PS: Don't they know they should have the hands at 10 and 2 ?????




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August 2nd, 2012, 9:22 pm #7

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





Looks like a must see to me!

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August 2nd, 2012, 9:33 pm #8

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





Very nice
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August 2nd, 2012, 10:06 pm #9

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





Thoroughly enjoyed reading this thread, great pics & history!
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August 2nd, 2012, 10:12 pm #10

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





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August 2nd, 2012, 10:50 pm #11

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 2nd, 2012, 11:35 pm #12

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





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August 3rd, 2012, 12:08 am #13

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





I sincerely appreciate all that you have shared. I have never been to Italy, but when I go (and I will go!) - I will use your reports as a blueprint!

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August 3rd, 2012, 12:12 am #14

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





My Grails.









Ba Ba Booey.


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August 3rd, 2012, 1:33 am #15

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





I would love to go there, just amazing. It is just a shame that they were trying to blow up allied ships.

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August 3rd, 2012, 4:53 am #16

After the September 1943 Armistice part of the Decima Mas fought with the AllIes (Luigi Durand de la Penne for instance).

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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August 3rd, 2012, 5:07 am #17

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen









Panerai....So Much More Than Just A Watch!!
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August 3rd, 2012, 8:52 am #18

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





Great memories from every visit.

Thanks for the whole series Brian,

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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August 3rd, 2012, 9:58 am #19

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





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August 3rd, 2012, 12:12 pm #20

I wrote this in the thread Firenze Trip 1:

"I have long had the desire to this journey to experience a part of Panerais history alive.

It has been a great and wonderful experience to see my great passion Panerai and that is involved, which I had the pleasure to share with my lovely family."

I realised I now can say it also have been a wonderful experience to share my reports for all you guys and girls.

It make my pleasure greater sharing this with you.



There may be written many stories about what is shown on the pictures, but this I will let the experts.


Trip 4:

Pisa and La Spezia


Now I'll let the pictures speak for themselves......
























Naval Museum. Italian Navy, La Spezia.






















One of the first watches, where it all began. Backside number one !






See also the amazing picture on Asi´s thread on Paneristi Officine:


http://www.network54.com/Forum/638808/m ... 3B%26gt%3B
































BRONZO !!!

















And finally again the watch, that started it all, with the fantastic historic to our days.











And yes, I have to admit it, I bought a souvenir after seeing this:





I bought this :







Hope you enjoyed !






Thanks for all the wonderful feedback I got on my reports.




Brian H
Copenhagen





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