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: Thank you Bruce, was referring to blue
: silverstone on ebay clearly visible is cal
: 11 and also mentioned in the sellers
: descripition, there are no numbers between
: the lugs...
the watchco Silverstone you have directed me to does have a genuine cal 11 movement fitted as you say. there should be a case reference between the lower lugs that should read 110 313 and a serial number between the upper lugs, but these are missing. the dial, case, hands and bracelet seem to all be correct apart from this one ommision. marcus at watchco has been the source of many of the nos Monreal and Autavia case and dial sets which are covered by other posts on this forum. perhaps this is one of those with a movement sourced or from the same casemakers consignment made as a prototype?
whichever way, it would seem not to be a full production model.
why not ask marcus where it comes from?