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Time flies, Passion stays !
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Ralph Ehrismann Wrote:From my knowledge, the H was only indicating an additional engraving for the US market. But not all movements having the H went to the US market, and not all movements having the Engraving are also marked with H indication in the movement list. The additional engraving was done much earlier than the "H" indication started in the movement records about 1971. It has any special valuable characteristic.(On most pictures you find of tese movements the engraving is covered by the rotor) Fair enough Ralph I'll try to be patient and thank you for the response."S" is for the hack secondsP.S.: Insisting to get an answer, makes me normally not to answering...This is a "time based" forum. You need to have the habit to let the time flow and wait...
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Rave Wrote:I am not sure what you are looking for. This post seems to be an invitation to look at a watch for sale in Midhurst, Sussex. The watch seems to be a good example of a Yacht Club.
davidswiss1 Wrote in reply to:Rave Wrote:I am not sure what you are looking for. This post seems to be an invitation to look at a watch for sale in Midhurst, Sussex. The watch seems to be a good example of a Yacht Club.There are two questions Rave:First question. When I run the case and movement number through the dating applet it gives 8541 H. What is H ?By checking the Archives, you will see that this question has been debated before. It is probably a question best addressed to the folk who put the dating programme together.8541 Question