Re: The Curious Case of the "Round Bottom" Explorer Coronet>>>February 25 2012 at 6:05 AM
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I have geiger the watch , no radiation.
So it must be tritium ( Tritium, you can not measure with a normal geiger counter)
Al the gilt tekst is print under the Lacquer, and the OCC ( printed in silver) up the lacquer.
So the T swiss T is not printed later on the dail like the underline.
This 6610 is from IV 61, so it is a very late one.
So i think it is the laast serie dial for the 6610, or first serie service dial.
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