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    Hamilton 6B 9101000 H

    Been a while since I bought any military issued watches due to they are not cheap these days. Think I buy one a year these days last year was a Hamilton model 21 ships Chronometer use to buy 2-4 a year when prices were better. This year I picked up this another Hamilton a 6B 9101000 H issued to the RAF in the 1960's good size 18mm lugs and 36mm case. Got it at the MWR forum PX for a fair price compared to others I seen for sell lately.




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    Stunning, congrats wear it in good health
    P

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    A firm favourite.

    Hear what you say about prices, haven't bought anything for yonks, limited supply and sky high prices for military timepieces.

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    Hamilton 6B 9101000 H

    I have a couple of these one hacking one non hacking.
    They were the watches that got me in to military watch collecting.

    The non hacking version in this evenings sunshine
    Last edited by Sinnlover; 22nd June 2019 at 18:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    I have a couple of these one hacking one non hacking.
    They were the watches that got me in to military watch collecting.

    The non hacking version in this evenings sunshine
    Iíve owned 3 x 6Bs and have one left. It was the similar looking and size Hamilton Khaki that I bought in the USA in the early 90s that set off my interest in military watches. I liked the uncluttered clarity and functionality of design: Hamilton, IWC, Smiths and adding a flurry of colour with the red second hand of the Stowa Armee Francaise. Collection complete.


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    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.

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    These so called poorman’s Mk11 are really great indeed

    Got this trio and really enjoy to wear them


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    Lovely watches. Sold all mine now with some regrets and too pricey to get back into at the moment unfortunately.

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