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  1. Barking mad

    Barking mad Prolific Speedmaster Hoarder Mar 4, 2017

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    Allegedly only about 400 produced. I have four, three on their original watches and one spare.
    I then started to think how many are on the forum as I have seen quite a few lately, come on fess up who has one.

    Here are mine...

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    Serials: 30,5990xx, 30,5977xx and the other is much lower but I believe to be legit as it was purchased from original owner who stated that nothing had been changed on the watch.
     
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  2. jimmyd13

    jimmyd13 Mar 4, 2017

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    One here

    <-------- right there, in fact
     
  3. gemini4

    gemini4 Hoarder Of Speed Mar 4, 2017

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    Got me a couple. One with a Meister dial
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  4. plexyforever

    plexyforever Mar 4, 2017

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    ... and eight
    Serial number 30.990.xxx
     
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  5. Foo2rama

    Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Mar 4, 2017

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    There has to be more then 400. Where is that number from. I've seen more 220's then -76 on this forum.
     
  6. Pahawi

    Pahawi Mar 4, 2017

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    Nine

    Serial: 30599xxx

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  7. Bienne2998

    Bienne2998 Mar 4, 2017

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  8. marturx

    marturx Mar 4, 2017

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    I have one in condition as NOS

    Plus that I recently sold one to another member here
     
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  9. tamura

    tamura Mar 4, 2017

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    My only speedmaster
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  10. TIMSTAR

    TIMSTAR Mar 4, 2017

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    thirteen .... :)
     
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  11. kox

    kox Mar 4, 2017

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  12. gperry

    gperry Mar 4, 2017

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  13. pascs

    pascs Mar 5, 2017

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    Mine... 15 (serial 30593xxx, produced 25th September 1970)

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  14. watchlovr

    watchlovr Mar 5, 2017

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    Are they all in the same serial range?
     
  15. bhove

    bhove Mar 5, 2017

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    Number 16 here. Serial number 30.588.xxx. Produced August 17th 1970. IMG_3631.JPG
     
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  16. jimmyd13

    jimmyd13 Mar 5, 2017

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    Mine is 3099xxx. I seem to recall the highest we'd identified was 3100xxx.
     
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  17. gemini4

    gemini4 Hoarder Of Speed Mar 5, 2017

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    My Meister 220 is 31003xxx
     
  18. kox

    kox Mar 5, 2017

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    MWO's updated info extend the serial ranges as high as 31.008.xxx and not 31.000.xxx as previously stated.
    I had a 31.006.xxx produced on 15th of january 71.
    And the one I still have/posted is 31.003.xxx produced on the 4th of january 71.
    The full correct range as stated by MWO is:
    30.589.xxx to 30.599.999 and
    30.990.000 to 31.008.xxx
     
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  19. gemini4

    gemini4 Hoarder Of Speed Mar 5, 2017

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    My other 220 is 30596xxx. Glad to see both fall with KOXWMO accepted guidelines.:)
    These narrow ranges effective, IMHO, hold back the value of a loose 220 bezel. While much rarer than a DON, the 220 needs to be found on the correct numbered watch.

    Naturally, a correct 145.022-69 220 bezel is VERY collectible! ::psy::
     
  20. watchlovr

    watchlovr Mar 5, 2017

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    My own 145.022-69 "Meister" came with a choice of DON or 220 bezel, I was aware yours had a 220 so originally thought that would be cool.
    Unfortunately mine has a 313xxxxx number so outside the correct range.
    DON fitted instead.