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    Re: 1950's cream diall Longines ?

    Quote Originally Posted by kazrich View Post
    The vendor does say that it's a redial.
    My understanding of a good redial is that it looks as good as it would have looked in the shop 60 years ago - Not a redesign of the dial loosely
    based on the original design ?
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    A redial is acceptable if a totally distressed dial is returned to as it would have looked. Not better or changed.
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    Re: 1950's cream diall Longines ?

    There may be a reason why he doesn't show movement pics. Again - a hunny in a garage sale. My verdict.




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