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Ah, I see what you mean...hmnnn

I did not see your exact dial configuration but based on the fonts of your dial I would think it's original because why would they redial a small T on yours..I also think the article was outdated I'm sure yours would have been on the list if they had seen it also...there probably existed many other variants besides what was in the article.


: Hi George,

: On the website do you see a dial that looks just like mine? I
: checked and perhaps I am blind but I do not. For example, I see
: dials that have a small 3H but no "T". Online, I have
: found dials with a small 3H and a "T", but the
: "3" is flat top, not round (like mine). Perhaps I am
: being too nuanced.

: I do realize that the reference you posted is a little out dated
: and there are many bund variants - some original, some redials.
: I was just curious what specifically on that site makes mine
: seem authentic to your eyes.

: Thank you,
: Ashish

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