clepsydra Wrote:A good reaction from the Southern Hemisphere. I still hope for a reaction from Australia. :-)
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Alan Ross Wrote in reply to:clepsydra Wrote:A good reaction from the Southern Hemisphere. I still hope for a reaction from Australia. :-)How about a reaction from America. Though not a vintage guy, I am thrilled with your acquisition. A very cool collection indeed.And I am curious how you got that shot of all the case backs together.
You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime you find, you get what you need. Keith Richards, Mick Jagger.
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The greatest IWC is the one that is inbound."
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clepsydra Wrote:The case back engravings.
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cellar Wrote:Nice collection.RAAF 349/57 was still in the service in March 1972, but I have no recalls for periodic maintainence after 1972 for that watch.Your watch is at the bottom of the fourth column.The recall shows both first series JLC Mk11 (no / or year) serial numbers, second series JLC Mk11 with "/53" and the IWC Mk11 with "/57".For those a little more curious about the RAAF Mk11;Wrist Watch Mk 11, G6B/346 in the Royal Australian Air ForceCheers from the cellar
Larry Seiden Wrote:Whoa! A Mark 55! This is going to be my screen saver for awhile.Tony, Thanks for posting.Larry
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