. . . 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.
... 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
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 ".
I still damn myself to have passed on it... All good, as these Lip Blancpain should be signed Lip on the dial, the case back, the dust cover and the rotor. And cherry on the cake, the condition was top! Enjoy. Nicolas
A collector's life is made of doubts, regrets and joys. In the case of this Fifty Fathoms Rotomatic Incabloc, for example. I was offered this one some years ago, and inspected it. I was fine with the white " signature " and the different size of the " rot
I should have never let this Lip Blancpain Fifty Fathoms go. This is one of the few Vintage Fifty Fathoms I miss, and I had it! Now, to find another one like this is a very tough mission. Once again, when you are lucky to own a vintage Fifty Fathoms, thin