As promised in another thread, here are some pics and facts about my green vintage Zenith, manual wound cal. 2310.

Jul 18, 2020,06:02 AM
 

Here you can read parts of the mails I got from Zenith:

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"The serial numbers of your watch correspond to the information extracted from the Zenith Registers, bur relate to another model: with a white dial.

You are right, this is still a nice Zenith watch, with its own ride through the ages.

Based on the serial numbers of your watch, the information extracted from the Zenith Registers have shown:
The year of production: 1967
The model reference (with a white dial): AH 7162"
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I have to admit, the watch would not have been interesting for me with a white dial... ;-)

Well, I put on a new strap and buckle, et voilà:
















Best wishes, Ron

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I wonder if the archivist at Zenith . . .

 
 By: Dr No : July 18th, 2020-06:15
. . . was trying to convey a message about the originality of the dial. Read narrowly, their reply could mean that reference was issued solely in white. Intrigued, Art

You are right, of course.

 
 By: ronhan : July 18th, 2020-06:20
Originally this watch was delivered with a white dial... and at some point the latter was replaced by a green dial. No problem at all for me - on the contrary!

Oops (double post, sorry)

 
 By: BigFatPauli : July 18th, 2020-07:05
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amazing piece Ron [nt]

 
 By: Gelato Monster : July 18th, 2020-08:23

Thanks for all comments so far!

 
 By: ronhan : July 18th, 2020-09:18
Here's a photo from the movement before it has been overhauled: Source: ...  

Lovely! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : July 18th, 2020-09:19

Sorry, but I didn't ask for this specific information...

 
 By: ronhan : July 19th, 2020-02:52
Simply forgot about it - the corresponding movement and case numbers AND the green dial were more important for me at that time. 🙂 Greetings, Ron