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I used to think it was clever to confuse comedy with tragedy. Now I wish I could distinguish them. John le Carré
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Regards, Shing | email iwcforme1976 (at) gmail (dot) comtime does not change us. it just unfolds us. max frisch.all that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. baltasar gracian.
Hans-Georg Aberle Wrote:Probably it is a calibre 68, the differences to c. 98 are small (different movement-hights). In my opinion the c.98 has a nickel-plated movement and he c.68 a gilded one.But only the movement number can solve he question!
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oldfox Wrote:Gentlemen, you're beautiful, I think I never had such a warm welcome in any forum.I forgot to ask sorry for my poor english, google translate helps me a little, but a lot then I have to put in place the translation and I hope it is understandable.Have you reasons, I find inside the box marked C. 98 and just under half-hidden, there is also a serial 1127736 (I think the number of mechanics).The serial clock is printed on the first and second cap bottom and is: 1850977. In the first cap, under the serial there is also written 123.Perhaps you have opened many clocks in your life and uncover a cap now will not make any special effect, I could hypnotize all those little gears.Let me know gentlemen, your information is added to the clock history of my grandfather.Thanks to all