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    This is spot on IMO.

    This is spot on IMO.
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    Congratulations Ewan and team, this is how all...

    Congratulations Ewan and team, this is how all kickstarters should be run, super professional. I am sure that the 71 will be equally as well received as the 6bb.
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    Good choice of timepiece for the visit and nice...

    Good choice of timepiece for the visit and nice to see that lovely watch again, great patina.
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    You should contact Revo on this forum, he has had...

    You should contact Revo on this forum, he has had lots of SmithS watches serviced around the midlands I think so I am sure that he can recommend someone good to service it for you.
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    SmithS Hill-ary

    SmithS Hill-ary
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    The Everest seems to be the Kate Moss of the...

    The Everest seems to be the Kate Moss of the Timefactors stable, lots of moody pics being taken of it.
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    I remember you saying that he bought the Mk XI. ...

    I remember you saying that he bought the Mk XI. He certainly seems to have bought most of the historically important SmithS bits and bobs over the last few years.

    When you say Museum do you mean...
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    It would be great if information from the lots in...

    It would be great if information from the lots in that auction started to filter out, there were even manufacturing drawings iirc. Did your friend Mr Nye get that lot with the COSD and the MkX...
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    I should have looked closer too....I just saw an...

    I should have looked closer too....I just saw an unmarked screw caseback and didn't look much more through my bleary eyes...a very unusual and mint Astral.
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    ooooh.....is that a civi W10? That's a rare...

    ooooh.....is that a civi W10? That's a rare beast, and like buses....one sold recently on eBay.

    Another pic of the Smiths COSD next to a Smiths MkX in a 33.5mm Dennison 13322 case, from the...
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    The dial in the OP did come in a slightly larger...

    The dial in the OP did come in a slightly larger size, or at least flattened (as opposed to the 'smaller' one that has a slight dish, curve and is fitted to the 12.15 mvts). It was fitted to the...
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    I agree the Dennison 13322 case that the Mk X is...

    I agree the Dennison 13322 case that the Mk X is in wears large, well beyond 33.5mm. I don't really notice much difference visually from my Smiths W10 or even the Hamilton 6B. Omega and Longines...
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    Sinnlover, you could try asking Revo as he has...

    Sinnlover, you could try asking Revo as he has Norwegian heritage I think and would be knowledgable about their forces I would imagine.
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    Mine is on the wrist today too, a favourite. It...

    Mine is on the wrist today too, a favourite. It was serviced earlier this year and now keeps time to within 3 seconds in 5 days.
    https://i.postimg.cc/VLL67z3h/HAMILTON-6-B-ON-WRIST.jpg
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    It will be difficult to resist this watch, it is...

    It will be difficult to resist this watch, it is very handsome, particularly on the leather. A brilliant job of walking the fine line between creating something genuinely new with reference to...
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    I find the attitude and approach of all the above...

    I find the attitude and approach of all the above odd, demonstrably egotistical (particularly the first sentence), and generally unpleasant so won't be bothering my (over sensitive) arse with you...
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    I really think that this is a case of...

    I really think that this is a case of thinking/wishing something into having some credence.....bedtime now. Hope I don't dream of the venerable, high spec/quality 6B/346 reduced to low quality tat.
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    It appears to be issue number 441 in '52 and then...

    It appears to be issue number 441 in '52 and then issue number 3336 in '14. I would be interested to see a JLC Mk 11 double issued as such, and so far apart, particularly without one being struck...
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    What did you make of the strange conglomeration...

    What did you make of the strange conglomeration of 'military designation/issue' numbers though?
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    Hi Matt, it was watched over on MWR too........

    Hi Matt, it was watched over on MWR too.....
    https://www.mwrforum.net/forums/showthread.php?86612-Smiths-(Mickey-Mouse)-Mk11&p=330334#post330334
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    Any font size increase beyond the 10% shown will...

    Any font size increase beyond the 10% shown will start to make the inner circular recessed area feel too small (perhaps it does already?). The central recessed area can't be made bigger as it would...
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    The-Saleroom.com is surely the way to cover most...

    The-Saleroom.com is surely the way to cover most provincial auction houses in the UK.
  23. Why did this thread now revert to a Rolex thread?

    Why did this thread now revert to a Rolex thread?
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    Interesting that Springbar article, thanks for...

    Interesting that Springbar article, thanks for posting it.
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    I understood that the second crown was a bezel...

    I understood that the second crown was a bezel lock rather than to rotate but you learn something new every day.
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