Good morning - As I continue to learn about my 145.012-67, I have a question about the lume plots. To the naked eye, they appear original. The texture, thickness, color, and luminosity appear original to me. When direct light is applied and removed, the lume glows evenly and dimly for a short period of time. However, under bright and direct light there is a small area of sheen on the dial around the lume plots. It is not visible to the naked eye in normal conditions. I am wondering what this may indicate and if any of you have seen this before. Relume? Some effort to maintain the original lume? Or, original? Also, does this hurt the value or collectability of my watch? Thanks in advance for your expertise and opinions.