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wkn1974 Wrote:Hans,The broad arrow is there on the movement. It's a bit hard to see on the picture. Apologise for that. As for the certificate/extract, I may be wrong, but I think IWC just uses a generic template to issue these certificates for the Mark XIs and that they are not specimen specific. I think they just examine the watch to be genuine and just list the numbers on the certificate without going into detail of they are a BOAC or a RAF or RAAF etc etc..Just my 2 cents anyways...Cheers,Desmond
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wkn1974 Wrote:Cheers Hans. I was hoping for the watch to be a little more seasoned but just couldn't pass on the hooked 7 dial. I am, still very happy with it nonetheless :)
vintageklaus Wrote:Hello all,I wonder why the dial as shown above doesn't have the "t swiss t" marking. Is this normal? The dial seems to be quite rare in this combination, I have never seen such one. Thanks, Klaus.
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Ross Wrote in reply to:vintageklaus Wrote:Hello all,I wonder why the dial as shown above doesn't have the "t swiss t" marking. Is this normal? The dial seems to be quite rare in this combination, I have never seen such one. Thanks, Klaus.T - Swiss - T is only found on a Schaffhausen redial, so is never found on an original or MoD or RAF re-dialled Mark XI.This example looks excellent and I'd be happy to have it in my collection.