. . . to our new forum. Charlie's been a community member for many years, and a familiar voice on all matters IWC. Not exclusively, though - he spreads his wings far and wide, with examples from several manufacturers in his collection. So while he'll be moderating this particular forum, don't be surprised to see Charlie everywhere.
A TR 900 is not often seen. Most of them have history, but this one is also quite nice. A pity the crown is not good, but hey, we would be many to be happy to have such a piece of History in our collections. Credit picture: Phillips. Best, Nicolas
... with the dial and hands originating from the early 1950‘s models. The Rotomatic Incabloc indeed had a diamond and not a triangle at the 12 position, which in the Blancpain world is a reminiscence to the Tornek, which had exactly that triangle. The dot
Credit pictures: European Watch Company. These AM are very rare, much rarer than the TR 900. So, each time I see one, I am madly excited. This one has the correct case, case back, dial. The hands are incorrect, and I have a doubt on the crown. Here is an
2 restaurant table shots, 27 vintage Fifty Fathoms. Some Fifty Fathoms are common to these two pictures, such as one of the to Pakistani Milspec, one of the two TR 900, one of the two No Rad Bund, the Rotomatic Incabloc, and a 3 / 6 / 9 / 12 " Triangle ".
These mk2s are as rare as the US Navy. We can't talk about limited series or prototypes, but rather a few test copies. I only listed a few parts. Yes, mine like Blancpain's (exhibited in 2013 in Basel for the FF's anniversary) and Phillip's do not have a