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    Antea Museum edition

    Hi all.

    What's the difference between the museum edition and the current edition of the Antea? Why it called the "museum edition"?

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    Johan

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    Re: Antea Museum edition

    I think it's no difference.
    Museum Edition - it means, that current version of Antea is reedition of Stowa from 30's.

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    Re: Antea Museum edition

    Thank you for your reply, but I don't think it's right. The museum edition is supposedly a limited edition.

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    Re: Antea Museum edition

    At the moment, every Antea have "Museum Edition" on back, no serial number.
    Look at my watch in Image gallery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSWE
    Hi all.

    What's the difference between the museum edition and the current edition of the Antea? Why it called the "museum edition"?

    TIA

    Johan
    There once was a limited museum edition with an handwinding ETA 2660, if I remember right it was limited to 250 pieces. The current Antea is powered by an automatic ETA 2824-2. That´s a big difference imho.

    Read my review here: https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=466

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    Re: Antea Museum edition

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike
    There once was a limited museum edition with an handwinding ETA 2660, if I remember right it was limited to 250 pieces. The current Antea is powered by an automatic ETA 2824-2. That´s a big difference imho.

    Read my review here: https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=466
    Yes I believe you must be correct. Also this limited edition is apparently with a "2.4.6.8.10.12"-dial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSWE
    Yes I believe you must be correct. Also this limited edition is apparently with a "2.4.6.8.10.12"-dial.
    Sorry ?? I said that the movement of the 250 pieces LE are handwounded ETA 2660. I said nothing regarding the dial or numerals.

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    Picture Re: Antea Museum edition

    Quote Originally Posted by JRSWE
    Yes I believe you must be correct. Also this limited edition is apparently with a "2.4.6.8.10.12"-dial.
    Yup, the dial of the limited edition is different from the automatic version - here's mine
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    Re: Antea Museum edition

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike
    Sorry ?? I said that the movement of the 250 pieces LE are handwounded ETA 2660. I said nothing regarding the dial or numerals.
    Yeah but you linked to a review where the dial is different from the current production automatic Anteas.

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