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Hans-Georg Aberle Wrote:I think it is a. c.42 (Pallweber III). My shown picture is a. halfhunter pallweber III, movement No. 12075, built in 1885.Don't remove he dial, a lot of Pallweber dials were damaged through revisions.You have a wonderful Pallweber watch with a dial that seems to be perfect!
Michael Friedberg Wrote:Jimmy --a very nice watch, but might I ask if it bothers you that the watch dial is not signed "International Watch Co."? What you have is original, but with respect to my thinking there is a difference.
The UK Greg Wrote:What markets have silver (I presume!) at 80%. I thought European silver was 90% with Sterling at 92.5%
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JimmyR Wrote: It doesn´t bother me in the least Michael, those who know me, know that it won´t be long before all the other variations will also be in my collection, as I am a pedantic collector (who seems to be wandering away from mil-watches) ;-)Jimmy