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... and restored Speedmaster Automatic 176.012
Before George starts ;-);-), i know the Mk IV has the wrong dial (actually it´s
the MK III dial) but i got it for a very very low price :-!
Both watches show some outside wear but the sunray finish is still visible, so i thought let them keep their marks :-D






hope you like it!!!

enjoy it!:-D
 

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Two wonderful watches. Thanks for sharing those pictures. :-!

The 176.0012 was my first Speedmaster, and I still have a soft spot for it within my Lemania 5100 collection...
 

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Very, very nice.

Very, very nice, René. That's a beautiful pair, with two of my favorite movements.

What all did you have done to the 176.0012? New hands and dial?

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Re: Very, very nice.

Hi Eric,

the 176.0012 the movement had to be restored, it got a new glass and the hands are new. the dial is still the one i bought it with.
Now i will have to find a dial for the Mk IV. ;-)

Hi Pascal,

seems like i have a soft spot for any Lemania driven watch, but just a lack of money :think:;-)

Hi Truck guy,

i didnt send the watch to Bienne.
Helmut Sinn (the founder of the famous Sinn Watch factory) founded a new company called Guinand or Jubilar and they also repair watches.
As they are nearby i decided to bring it there for repair, an additional reason is that they have much knowledge about Lemania movements :-!

Very, very nice, René. That's a beautiful pair, with two of my favorite movements.

What all did you have done to the 176.0012? New hands and dial?

eric
 
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