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  1. divetime

    divetime Jan 15, 2020

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    IMG_3377.JPEG IMG_3378.JPEG IMG_3380.JPEG Hi, can anybody tell me more about this 1940´s (my estimation) screw back bullseye? In Longines language we would call it a sei tacche :)
    Thank you for all information! It is 33mm and I personally like the unusual dial.
     
  2. OMEGuy

    OMEGuy Jan 15, 2020

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    I think it's a nice watch you have there, but I don't understand why you think it should be called Bullseye?

    The so called (Suverän) Bullseye doesn't have a central second. It looks like this:

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  3. divetime

    divetime Jan 15, 2020

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    Thank you for sure my mistake - I thougt bullseye did refer to the style of dial
     
  4. ConElPueblo

    ConElPueblo Jan 15, 2020

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    Well, there is no separate model called a "bullseye" as you say, but there should be an inner white part as in @OMEGuy's photo.

    I like these cal. 23.4 watches, especially when they are in a case with a spacer like the one you show.
     
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  5. Rochete

    Rochete Jan 15, 2020

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    "Bulleye" is a dial style but not yours. Nice watch.
     
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