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Grossmann Vintage Hamatic

 
 By: Cozmopak : August 3rd, 2022-17:09
Limited edition of eight pieces in rose gold with silver dial.  Many more photos of this masterpiece to come.



Thanks for more photo

 
 By: VinnieD : August 3rd, 2022-17:18
Posting this one without a movement shot is not acceptable ;-)

Many many many more to come!

 
 By: Cozmopak : August 3rd, 2022-17:18

They really nailed this one...

 
 By: mdg : August 3rd, 2022-17:46
...and it's the best iteration of their logo as well...

They really did

 
 By: Cozmopak : August 3rd, 2022-17:51

🥹🥹🥹🥲oh sure continue to rub it in!

 
 By: jp884 : August 3rd, 2022-17:59
Enjoy that masterpiece my friend!

Good to have good friends 😉

 
 By: Cozmopak : August 3rd, 2022-18:02
We help each other out!

Sublime!

 
 By: TeutonicCarFan : August 3rd, 2022-19:38
Top class and horology

A new catch? If so, bravo!

 
 By: amanico : August 3rd, 2022-20:16

Thank you Nico!

 
 By: Cozmopak : August 3rd, 2022-20:58

Even more amazing, your collection, with this one and its so special rotor!

 
 By: amanico : August 3rd, 2022-21:01

Masterpiece

 
 By: mj23 : August 3rd, 2022-21:50

I wish *all* the Grossmanns looked more like this one

 
 By: blau : August 3rd, 2022-21:55

Me too!

 
 By: Cozmopak : August 3rd, 2022-22:13

Simple and beautiful dial. Congrats

 
 By: Jay (Eire) : August 3rd, 2022-22:46

Deceptively simple

 
 By: Cozmopak : August 3rd, 2022-22:54
Actually an incredibly painstaking process to make this dial

Yes, I feel like I’ve read about it somewhere.

 
 By: Jay (Eire) : August 4th, 2022-00:27
Simple appearance belies the process and work behind it.

I wonder how the process to create the grain/texture on this one differs from that of my 1815.

 
 By: Jay (Eire) : August 4th, 2022-22:45
Same output it seems, just the dial surface the MG had approached numerals differently I know, but I wonder if both manufactures followed the same process. 

Absolutely gorgeous

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : August 4th, 2022-07:09