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.
Time is a river without banks. Marc Chagall
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The greatest IWC is the one that is inbound."
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clepsydra Wrote:The case back engravings.
Best RegardsMarkThe problem with Grails - You either attain it, and then there is another! Or you don't attain it, and then, there is still another...
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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