In the category of a "unique watch" with a unique "complication": The complication was COVID, which caused @Tubber and I to spend an entire year completing a transaction that began on March 18th, 2020. It's not that 2020 caused us to merely pause the effort along the way, but instead that @Tubber couldn't even reach the watch due to practical complications raised by COVID. That, and several other twists and turns presented by COVID, made this year long transaction one worth remembering. The unique watch finally arrived today: this early (1956) Glycine Airman with the rare "12 on top" or "noon day" orientation of the 24 hour dial. Here it is next to my later (late 60’s) Airman with the far more typical 24 on top: In the photo above, note that both watches are set to the same time on the dials (US CST) and also on the 2nd zone bezels (AUS EDT). And here is the necessary pin-hacking mechanism photo, except here showing both the 12 and 24 on top versions of scene: Cheers!