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How hard would it be to locate a new 300T face (any colour) as apposed to having mine refaced.
Does anyone know how much would I be looking at for a new face or a reface?
I know its a bit subjective, but any idea would be cool
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Are you referring to a vintage 300T dial or a Reissue? I assume you mean a vintage dial. They are quite difficult to find. I can't tell you the last time that I have seen a vintage 300T dial for sale. I would think it would be cheaper to get a good redial done (about $350) vs trying to find a different vintage dial.

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I agree with Jason. Remember as well that the modern dials will not fit vintage movements and vice versa. The dial feet and location holes are different spacing for the 2 generations.

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Finding an old dial - as said, almost mission impossible.

There is one dial i know of lately that the owner wanted something ridiculous like $900 for - and it even needed some work as it's slightly corroded :roll:

Of course you could buy a complete watch just to get the dial but economics kill that, so i recommend you do a redial - it'll come up like new.

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