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Hello all
As a new boy I will have to ask for your patience as of what I know about watches might fit onto the back of a stamp.

I have a Breitling Watch a Spatographe Montbrillant Serie limitee 10 MINUTE ( Exactly how it is written ) H36030 No 12 of a an issue of 50 -- all 18K Gold including strap.
Presently I am only assuming that this is an Original first issue of the Brietling Spatographe.

I can not find any information about this limited edition watch.

Can anyone help please

Regards TELAAT
 

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Hi there,

no pics, no clue - sorry.

It it is even uncertain that it is a watch. And if it is, the chance that anyone knows it by heart is pretty small, considering the limitation to 50 samples.

But I admit that I'm no Breitling expert, and that gold weight and limitation is the very last I'm interested in, when it comes to watches. Maybe I'm spoilt by the majority of gold-bracelet watches, which are simply cheap trash, where the gold hallmark is not the one and only true detail.

Regards, Roland Ranfft
 

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Spatographe Montbrillant Serie limitee 10 MINUTE ( Exactly how it is written )
If that is really exactly written this way on the watch, I fear the worst: It's Spatiographe on a genuine Breitling ...
The 10 Minutes (logo on the watch, I hope it is also written this way) refer to a 10 minute counter.

But as it has been mentioned before, it doesn't make much sense to discuss things without an image of the watch (back/front), not to speak of an image of the movement.
 
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