Not the watch this time but the strap. This strap was on another 3017 when it arrived but had some bits missing. Anyway as I've got small wrists I've managed to make it good and it fits me.
Could this be an original strap ? It certainly fits it well, although a gap appears when it's on my wrist. This could be my fitting , or small wrists I'm not sure , it's fine on a cushion.
I'm not sure it will be staying on mine , but it is for today because it's a right little bugger to fit.
What's this case? Is it genuine?
I just acquired a 17 jewel Poljot. It's in suspiciously good nick, but the thing that struck me was the missing second hand. I didn't notice this in the listing. I opened the back up and found a 2614.2H movement, again very clean.
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Last edited by NuttySlack; September 30th, 2017 at 12:29.
I wouldn't mind owning this NOS Operation Desert Shield, but I have a few questions and a concern about it.
1. Is it legit?
2. Is $450 a reasonable price? If not, what would be? I feel it's a lot of money, and I'm not sure I'm ready to pay it even if it is reasonable.
3. The movement appears to be a 2416B (31 ruby jewels), but the oscillating weight says 21 jewels as do the case back. As far as I understand this doesn't pose a problem as the reversers' jewels weren't counted in those days, or they were steel rollers? Anyway, for $450 an authentic movement is an absolute requirement.
I must say, I really like that sand colored lume!
Never use force. Get a bigger hammer.
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