An interview with F.P. Journe

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An interview with F.P. Journe

Postby biglove » February 24th 2017, 5:56am

A bit refreshing as the guy seems more humble than most.

Knew they're watches were exclusive; but, didn't realize their total historical production has only been 12,000 pieces. Ever.

https://senatus.net/article/francois-paul-journe/
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Re: An interview with F.P. Journe

Postby eddiea » February 24th 2017, 6:20am

Exceptionally good stuff......!
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Re: An interview with F.P. Journe

Postby TemerityB » February 24th 2017, 8:14am

Wow. Rarely do these things happen.

Journe is the Baron Mikel Scicluna of the watch world (by that I mean he's really who he's billed to be - Scicluna was the rare pro wrestler who not only used his real name, but actually was from the Isle of Malta).
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Re: An interview with F.P. Journe

Postby BigCheez » February 24th 2017, 9:36am

TemerityB wrote:Wow. Rarely do these things happen.

Journe is the Baron Mikel Scicluna of the watch world (by that I mean he's really who he's billed to be - Scicluna was the rare pro wrestler who not only used his real name, but actually was from the Isle of Malta).

Only on WL would you get this analogy!

Great article.
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