Portuguese Sidérale Scafusia
HajoFair Winds and Following Seas
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MfG, RomanKM/WWW/Mk.11/666/3508/9239/322712/811/3531/5442/5448/PD etc.
You can also find these Corps of Engineers watches with movements and cases by others.
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Henrik Wrote:Hi, this is very interesting. At first I thought that the movement pictures were of the same movement, but then I realised where I was wrong. The number between the escapement wheel cock and the half plate is the same: 55231. The movement serial numbers are quite different. Does anyone know what that number signifies?Thanks for sharing a beautiful watch!Henrik
Rave Wrote:Congratulations, Michael. A nice addition to your fantastic collection. I am still sore after being out-bid for the Royal Navy Cal 52 at the Bonhams auction this week. I just hope I was out-bid by another Forum member with deeper pockets or a better appreciation of the value of the watch.
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hajoth Wrote in reply to:Rave Wrote:Congratulations, Michael. A nice addition to your fantastic collection. I am still sore after being out-bid for the Royal Navy Cal 52 at the Bonhams auction this week. I just hope I was out-bid by another Forum member with deeper pockets or a better appreciation of the value of the watch.Ralph, indeed you were out-bid by a member of this forum. It may comfort you when you know that he is British, an ex-officer of the British merchant navy,an enthusiastic collector of military watches (British/German) which an outstanding knowledge but living on the continent and personally known to me. ;)The IWC HS3 is put into a good harbour. :)Best regards
Watches show the time flow, time to watch the watch show.
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