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    San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    Dear Anonimists,

    I want to share with the Famiglia this amazing piece.

    Many threads now about the San Marco but this is one of the Limited Edition of 29 Prototypes for the First Edition.

    I try to catch the color precise of this piece see below :























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    Re: San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    Looks nice. I miss mine sometimes, but in the end the dial was too busy and the damn D-Day counter that I couldn't do anything with bothered me.
    Congrats and it's nice to see the "Anonimo-less" old style dial, I much prefer it to the new dial. Also, love the case color. Wear it well and thanks for sharing!
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    Re: San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    Nice piece of history--but wow--just reminds me again that the San Marco looks like everything including the kitchen sink was thrown into that dial--like Willith suggests--way too busy for me. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    Thanks Guys, is a little busy but remember is a tool for the Reggimento San Marco... may be for some of ppl is for sure busy or they don't need as Willith said the COUNTDOWN TO D DAY.

    But the timepiece is so unique I can say the best release for a Military use.

    Is something I find on the San Marco that move my heart a lot !
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    Love it Nelson, congrats mate!

    I definitely see the difference in colour on our two cases, mine being alot darker on the main part. I wonder whether this was on purpose, or whether it was just something that occurred due to the Ox-Pro method of treatment? It seems one of the reasons they moved to DRASS was due to the imperfect nature of the application of Ox-Pro, so this may be the case.

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    Re: San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    I've gotta admit, that is a fabulous watch!!!!!!!




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    Re: San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    A run of 29 and they are all prototypes of the same watch?

    More a limited edition than prototype.

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    Re: San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    29 Prototype pieces my friend a run of more limited than the regular release of 250.
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    Re: San Marco First Edition " Prototype " ( only 29 Pieces )

    Quote Originally Posted by Willith View Post
    Looks nice. I miss mine sometimes, but in the end the dial was too busy and the damn D-Day counter that I couldn't do anything with bothered me.
    Congrats and it's nice to see the "Anonimo-less" old style dial, I much prefer it to the new dial. Also, love the case color. Wear it well and thanks for sharing!
    Thanks My friend always appreciated your kind words.

    Quote Originally Posted by timefleas View Post
    Nice piece of history--but wow--just reminds me again that the San Marco looks like everything including the kitchen sink was thrown into that dial--like Willith suggests--way too busy for me. Thanks for sharing.
    Peter
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    Quote Originally Posted by phunky_monkey View Post
    Love it Nelson, congrats mate!

    I definitely see the difference in colour on our two cases, mine being alot darker on the main part. I wonder whether this was on purpose, or whether it was just something that occurred due to the Ox-Pro method of treatment? It seems one of the reasons they moved to DRASS was due to the imperfect nature of the application of Ox-Pro, so this may be the case.

    The San Marco is my favourite watch - wear it in good health.
    Can be a possibility... also may be they just try on the prototypes different ways, who knows... but this is RARE and UNIQUE !

    Quote Originally Posted by JayVeeez View Post
    I've gotta admit, that is a fabulous watch!!!!!!!
    You are right Jay !
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