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For me, it is further proof that the OCC or SCOC text...

June 29 2012 at 6:52 AM

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Response to yes, this a a correct 1016 OCC dial ...

...was always printed later than the rest of the dial--perhaps to take into account the same dial being used for Precision as well as Chronometer models and maybe also for any potential special order logo dials where the logo would be printed in place of the chronometer text?

And as we can see here, the bottom text may be similar even when the rest of the text is dissimilar:

http://www.network54.com/Forum/207593/message/1330071839/6610+for+the+weekend

And the fact that we can find the same top printing with 1016 SCOC dials and OCC 6610 dials really drives the point home:

http://www.network54.com/Forum/207593/message/1330124822/The+Curious+Case+of+the+%26quot%3BRound+Bottom%26quot%3B+Explorer+Coronet%26gt%3B%26gt%3B%26gt%3B

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Thanks for confirming the 1016 OCCs, Roberto. happy.gif
All the best,
Tom


 
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