I have wanted to add a Mühle Glashütte to my collection for a long time, but they are very hard to come by here in North America. I kept looking for one on Chrono24 and elsewhere, but the prices were always well above what I was willing to pay. I finally found a brand new one from an AD in the UK and I put an offer that was actually less than what I was willing to pay. To my surprise the offer was accepted and soon my new Teutonia III was on its' way across the Atlantic.
The watch arrived today and it is even more stunning than what I had come to expect from the pictures. The enamel white dial almost sparkles in the right light and the coin-edge bezel is the best I have seen yet in this type of bezel. The watch even has the coin-edge on the bottom of the case around the exhibition display back. Very unique and quite unusual. The leather strap at first looks black, but in the right light it becomes apparent that it is in fact a very subtle dark blue and complements the heat-blued hands perfectly.
Here are a few pictures ...
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p.s. I will also post in the German Forum as well