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Happy Birthday Bill...
Always a pleasure to read your threads and posts all these while.... amazing knowledge and great contributions to the vintage Rolex community Wishing you the best of health always... Now, get back to writing more goodies for us !!! LOL Sam
Matching leather straps to some of the dials...
Impressive collection ;-) SBK
Great post Bill. thanks for sharing.
Not many information available on the early GMT 1675/8. This is definitely a very informative one SBK
As always Jocke
Great watches , great pics. SBK.
Your Fatty's face is a killer!! Such sweet tropical effect.
Did you say it came with B&P the last time you posted it here? Lol SBK
Hi Nic, there seems to be lots of "dust-like" patina or blemish (for lack of better word) on the dial.
Can be considered a star dust dial? Thanks SBK
Welcome. I'm sure you'll find this forum both useful and helpful :)
And congrats on that purchase. A classic find indeed. Enjoy it in good health
Awesome dial !!!
check out the "sunburst" or "two-tone" effect there!!!!
Love the tropical dial !! Always!!
BTW, I've noticed that most tropical dials of the Red Subs are found in the MF, with MK III having the most. I'm sure other marks have them, just that it seems MF has more! SBK.
Nicely shot Nic :)
Not easy to show the texture of the dial and wordings in this manner :) Why is the hand getting in the way btw??!!! Huh!! Lol