Hey gang, I came across a 105.012 with a pre-pro dial. I thought that was odd as a number of sources indicate that 105.012 should all have pro dials. However, I also came to find an article by Mr Maddox (PDF link) in which he says that for an early '65, pre-pro dials are ok. It's a good read (which I had not found before)! The movement appears to have a 24,003,xxx serial, but that seems too late for an early '65. So what serial range would be appropriate for an early '65? Roman Hartmann's serial number chart says that 24M would be a match for a 145.012, but MWO (pg. 284) says 105.012-65 would be in the range 22,825,xxx to 24,527,xxx. It seems like this bit doesn't quite jive with Mr. Maddox's assertion that a 105.012 with a pre-pro dial is acceptable in *early* '65, but the 24M serials would be later issue for 105.102. Also, does it look like Unadjusted was scratched off? The movement is marked with OXG. Any thoughts on whether a pre-pro dial is acceptable on a 105.012, and how to verify the expected range for a -65? The dial itself is a T Swiss Made T that looks like an A7 from MWO. T spacing appears to line up as expected. Not sure about the lume. It looks like it might have exploded and crumbled. Is that normal? Is this worth considering? Thanks, as always, I greatly appreciate your help!