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    Hallo Walter, Are we sure that this is the correct dial for an early Vixa, that hasn't been serviced? I was of the impression that the original dials had "open 6" and "strait 7" like the picture below. I have seen others with "open 6" and "strait 7" in the 6000 range. Like the Hanharts I'm a little unsure about the right order of the dial and service dial versions. BTW: the reason for only one service stamp can be that the watch was delivered to units operating far from France eg Indochina where…

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    Jimmy you have had some real nice watches coming your way these last days; the Lange and now this - contrats. super detailed movement compared to the Lange, with swan-neck regulator etc. - don't recall I've seen a swan-neck on any other military watch. have a nice weekend /L

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    contratulations. This Tengler seems to be in very good condition. I remember that it was discussed if these watches was an artillery watch and not a pilot watch, and even that it was adjusted to sidereal time, but I guess that was just a rumor. Zitat: „Original von covenant durch ein nettes Forum-Mitglied habe ich meine BUND-Reihe durch eine Tengler ergänzen können:“ What is your complete collection consisting off; all the autos + all post war + all war model? /Lars

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    Followed that one as well, looked to be in excellent shape. One question about the case though. I seem to recall a guy on MWR having a Leonidas bund with at case very similar to the Heuer: rounded edges, sandblasted look. The one on the bay today looked to have a case exactly like the Italian Leo's: sharp edges, polished. Did the Leo Bund come in two case variations? /Lars

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    Günter, I think the chrono-secondhand is of the wrong type, I have at least not seen that type on the SWAF before - there are some picture threads on MWR. /Lars here's the SAAF I told you about, much nicer than the SWAF "me thinks" :zwinkern: IMG_1232.JPG

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    Zitat: „Original von east Al This stopwatch has been recently sold on Ebay, 3-4 weeks ago.“ I think you are on the wrong track here. You might have seen a similar watch on ebay, but the provenance of this specific J29a is as I described. If you have any info in relation to my original request, it will be highly appreciated. regards - Lars

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    Zitat: „Original von EMILDesweiteren wurde nicht 6645 vorgestellt und 088/0111 wurde auch nicht graviert :zwinkern:“ actually the back is engraved 88/0110 - just making it even more wrong :wand: the 0110 is a completely other beast as some of us know :zwinkern:

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    Welcome back in the Junghans family - we missed you: JunghansWerk.jpg It is a good idea with that box, looks good and safe for transport. I found various sizes on ebay and will probably buy the slightly bigger version to carry the whole BW collection :zwinkern:. Also you got the old BW strap with the smaller "pad" good work! /Lars

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    Well done Andreas, As written above I also think the price was ok, and the MDS markings makes it a little more interesting that a "normal" 417 :zwinkern: I actually have the same question as you regarding the introduction of the "Durchzugsbändern". If you look at the below link from Knirim, it seems to be an early "Durchzugsbändern", with rivets at least at the buckle end. Also note that these bands are 20mm strait. Knirim link /Lars

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    :zwinkern: I did hope that this one would "fly under the radar" so I could get a cheap cal.41oDL - but nothing does these days. Have one of you requested additional pics., or asked confirmation of the movement number? I studied the watch late yesterday night and all looks to be ok, but movement no. is unclear. Price have gone above my current limit so, good luck guys. /L

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    thanks - good to know that I wasn't completely off in my judgement of that watch. The price was not a bargain - it seems like others have read the mind map as well. Günter: you know very well that patience isn't my strong side, so help will probably be needed at some point :zwinkern: have a nice weekend - Lars

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    WOW - that one seems to be in very very good condition - congratulations :gut: /Lars

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    Congratulations Günter - fantastic catch. I love that dial version, very similar to the Vixa's. Wear in good health - vg Lars

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    if I didn't already have a 417 I would buy it I guess you have seen the heated debate over at germanwatch.proboards that was the primary source for the MWR discussion? Yes I "know" the white-417, was actually looking at it the other day: knirim.de/xhanh.pdf one question about that picture- the White "417ES" seems to have the same case form as the black 417 chrome on brass? Normally the 417ES have curved horns. Or is it just me that isn't able to see the difference? /Lars

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    Interesting - didn't "we" also see a MDS caseback on another non-Hanhart watch recently? To me it looks quite good, not too much brass showing, dial needs a little cleaning, original pushers - what does the experts say? /Lars

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    RE: Hanhart 121558

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    looks to be in good shape - congrats with that fine purchase, and price wasn't all silly VG Lars

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    Congrats Günter, the new "baby" looks really nice, and we look forward to the pictures. regards Lars

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    Hello Felix thanks you for the walk through of the BUND chronos - very usefull. Some small comments, which might need further research: 1. The Tutima Modellbezeichnung is in some NSN databases listed as 5100BWL2 and the Arctos is listed as 5100/01118 2. If the list is extended to include non-mechanical watches we also have the Heuer Chronosplit? I do not know in which forces this watch saw action, and maybe not in Luftwaffe? Interesting to see that it came before the mecanical 5100's. 6645-12-17…

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    RE: Bf 109

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    Zitat: „Original von Balu53 übrigens, der Motor von der "roten 7" tuckert wieder :gut: VG, Günter“ :gut: good to hear - thanks for the update. /L

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    this one looks really good as well. When you say that this one probably is older that the 3H version, is it then based on the lack of 3H marking or is it based on serial / momement number. /Lars