clepsydra Wrote:Here is the dial in question. I would love to hear the opinion of others.I must confess that I am puzzeled. Not the first time, it has been known to happen. :-)
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andy stevens Wrote in reply to:clepsydra Wrote:Here is the dial in question. I would love to hear the opinion of others.I must confess that I am puzzeled. Not the first time, it has been known to happen. :-)Unfortunately I cannot comment on the matter as I lack the education to do so. I do however have a personal interest question.Is the dial leaning against a Zeiss Loupe ? If so, does it contain two different magnification power lenses? Your reply is appreciated.Regards,Andy
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oneredtrim Wrote: The artwork is out wildly but it would be if it is one of those high quality faux enamel types from the mid-60's (different barometer), which i've only ever seen teamed with a gold body (bodes well for the furniture). There maybe an under dial flange kicking around somewhere.
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clepsydra Wrote:I was not entirely sure but ORT should know.The hypothesis that it is a dial for a regular IWC with cal 85xx repainted and the AUTOMATIC replaced by INGENIEUR seems to be the most likely.
JimmyR Wrote:I enlarged the picture of the back of the dial, are the dial feet missing, have they been removed, or is it just my imagination?RegardsJimmy