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  1. vincereynard

    vincereynard Sep 23, 2015

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    Firstly let me introduce myself. I have recently started collecting Constellations and have decided to concentrate on solid gold. If for no better reason than I would be tempted to buy dozens otherwise!

    My problem is that the more I read the less I know. I've just got the idea that "something" is a general rule and then there is an "except"!
    Take the first image, an allegedly early '70 watch. Calibre number seems OK but no movement number? Second image of the back case inside shows OWC Does this means its an English case as shown by the hallmarks? The "perlanging" ?? seems a bit rough.
    The third image shows another. Calibre 751 with movement 2?90878XX. Date about 1970 again? But the inside case shows very little. Is this how they were from the '70s on?

    Thanks.
    Vince
     
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  2. italy1861

    italy1861 Sep 23, 2015

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    Blaise Sep 23, 2015

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  4. Hijak

    Hijak Sep 23, 2015

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    So...looks like you have some reading to do before you get the gold.;) As far as the Constellation goes, you won't find better or more information anywhere!:thumbsup:
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  5. italy1861

    italy1861 Sep 23, 2015

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    That's the prettiest thing I've seen all day ::love:: watch is amazing!
     
  6. gatorcpa

    gatorcpa ΩF InvestiGator Staff Member Sep 23, 2015

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    First watch look OK, it is a UK model.

    I don't what's going on with that second one.
    gatorcpa
     
  7. Hijak

    Hijak Sep 23, 2015

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    Thank you for the compliment.:)