clepsydra Wrote:More perfection from 1956. :-)
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clepsydra Wrote:Hi Hajo,Many thanks for the info on S.H.. I assume they have gone out of business, since I can't find any current information.Congratulations on the Ref 666AD. Love that watch.More perfection from 1956. :-)
HajoFair Winds and Following Seas
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oneredtrim Wrote:Beautiful dial fella, nigh on uncopyable.Anyone know the technical/trade name for those specific double-creased dauphine/sword style hands.The strap does'nt appear to work at all (colour or weight).
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cellar Wrote:Oneredtrim (and later clepsydra),As far as I know the grooves are for the luminous material and the name would be Dauphine Luminous.--------------------------------------------------------clepsydraIn 1961 was Siegfried Heindorf in the Berlin DDR, or the Berlin BRDThe above shows the address as Bleibtreustrasse 33, Berlin, W. 15 as of 1970. I'm not sure if that was in the DDR.Cheers from the cellar
Rave Wrote:I would have been tempted too. Congratulations. I also have something similar from 1963, according to the guarantee papers. However, mine was clearly a cheaper model.
oneredtrim Wrote:Oneredtrim (and later clepsydra),'As far as I know the grooves are for the luminous material and the name would be Dauphine Luminous'.Think you may of misunderstood Cellar, i was enquiring about Cleps specific double-creased style of hand-kit and not any luminous inlets. I know the style is period specific, just not what name was given to them (with or without lume inlets)