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Re: Interesting Discovery, you are correct!


thanks for your help. For me the different fonts are familiar as UTO-RON aligned or not, I use the term like this for long, for example mentioned it on this forum first in 2015;id=76431
or later;id=90060
may be not the time to note it. I remember talking with collectors in the past who seems to know this, but all is free .

In my observations 1133G light grey sunken subdials, with this "TRANS" printing or "trans fonts" went from early middle to nearly the end of 158xxx, serial fonts , unaligned UTO-RON starts about 159xxx.

never seen grey one with trans hands, blue lume are even early trans hands, may be the only set was produced earlier for the prospekt and I would expect an earlier serial number. 158xxx serial is too late for trans hands . I expect this may be changed/ updated for delivery too .

In the galerie, the early grey Monacos are mixed up, first the later one, then an early one , third is the first again


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