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Michael Friedberg Wrote:I should add that the Louis XV hands on Hajoth's watch are more typical for "transitional" or "missing link" Ref. 325 Portugiesers. Most that I've seen have them, and the newly-discovered one is, in my opinion and with respect to Hajoth's great watch, a little more special because it looks like the older Ref. 325s.
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote:Accordingly to Terry Russel's article: "Feliz Aniversário Do Jubilee!"http://www.timezone.com/library/comarticles/comarticles632086700509843750can we update the table this way?Hi Roberto,Terry got the table from me. The "fuller" table has information which is considered confidential, primarily to avoid forgeries or fakes. The fuller table also broke down the 1968-1981 production into two lots, which I suspect accounts for much if not all of the dial variations.I believe 2 additional Ref. 325s have been identified. But that's not terribly material to an update, and unfortunately I can't disclose further information than what Terry showed several years ago.
alwaysiwc Wrote:Hi Roberto,Here is a picture that you will see rarely and might appreciate.It shows the "missing link" in its original brown IWC box, which on turn fits in a white "outer-box" made of cardboard with golden IWC logo. I have seen the brown leather box 3 times in conjunction with the ref. 325, the outer box only once.Kind regards,Adrian(alwaysiwc).
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