Hello all, I’ve researched some threads on here discussing the lack of perfection in the application of tritium on these dials, especially on the 12 triangle itself. I got the impression that it’s accepted that “less than perfect” dials left the factory. I own a 26.8 million Big Triangle that I think is in original, un-refinished condition. As I’ve discovered in my research, oftentimes the tritium in these dials has suffered from moisture intrusion, giving them an aged, dirty look. Although in my opinion, my example is very clean, they aren’t perfect; there is aging around some of them (including in the hour and seconds hand). Mine also has some lume loss showing the underlying lines around the 5 minute markers in a few areas. The reasons why I think it’s all original: The hole in the 6 o’clock marker The general age appearance of the tritium in all markers (uniform in color including hands) The dial, hands and insert, when charged with black light or bright light, glow evenly and matching, and die quickly in sync. (Note: The darkened photo below was taken about 5-10 seconds after charging with iPhone light). I’m curious to hear the thoughts of the members, and I appreciate your time. Now for lots of photos! I took them in various lighting scenarios to give the most realistic view of the condition. Unfortunately, no sunlight to be had lately, so all photos are indoors but no filters used...simple iPhone photos. For better or worse, this watch “is what it is”, I’m just curious to see what everyone thinks.